A good kettlebell swing engages the arms, core, and legs in a single action, not only strengthening them, but teaching them to work together. It's from this idea that Bob Garon takes his business's name: Synergy Kettlebell Training. At each of his four locations, he helps muscles synergize with new and different kettlebell regimens every day—instead of isolating specific body parts—usually themed around a specific workout principle that changes every two weeks. Each class lasts 30–45 minutes, the same amount of time it took the kettlebell's creator to come up with a name for his invention.
At MaxxResultsBootcamp, you’ll never feel alone in your journey toward a fitter lifestyle. A team of experienced and friendly instructors leads groups of like-minded fit-seekers who encourage one another to tear through the circuit-style boot-camp classes, dedicated to helping its participants burn fat and build lean muscle rapidly. Each high-intensity session targets all the muscle groups with a different regimen, for example, one day, patrons might heave kettlebells and push racks of weights, and the next, they might hurl medicine balls and ride stationary bikes. Though the drills are constantly varied, the sessions always incorporate a balance of cardio drills, weight training, and core strengthening movements designed to amp up your metabolism without resorting to blackmailing it. Further motivating guests to healthier lifestyles, the trainers provide customized nutrition plans and advice.
The mammoth indoor facility at Elite Sports Training Center gives athletes plenty of room to train for games ranging from baseball and softball to golf and lacrosse. A 120’x70’ multipurpose area can be configured as one large infield—perfect for fielding ground balls or perfecting your split-dodge for lacrosse—or divided into eight individual tunnels that simulate the real-life conditions of a footrace against a mole-man. ATEC automated pitching machines hurl baseballs and softballs down the length of four batting cages, helping sluggers hone cuts at balls traveling between 30 and 90 miles per hour.
Underground Core Fitness owner Jeremy Glasgow measures his club’s success in inches, pounds, and repetitions. The ACE-certified personal trainer grants individual attention during small group classes or one-on-one sessions, helping clients meet goals ranging from dropping 10 pounds to accurately sketching a dumbbell. In addition to workouts, the gym supplies nutritional coaching to support guests’ overall health.
The instructors at Platinum Dance Academy lead an array of classes, ranging from ballet and tap to tumbling and musical theater, at their 5,000-square-foot studio. In addition to traditional dance classes, the instructors offer fitness classes, such as Zumba, Yoga, Pilates, and Boot-Camp.
Armed with a degree in kinesiology and experience as a health-club manager, Solution Fitness’s instructor converts personal training into a social activity. In outdoor boot camps, he keeps the atmosphere light and encouraging, guiding clients toward their fitness goals with a new workout each week.
Light floods through Midwest Fit Club's floor-to-ceiling windows, giving the exercisers a healthy glow as they run on treadmills, track their heart rates on elliptical trainers, and grunt through free-weight reps. In the gym’s spacious group fitness studio, experienced trainers lead students through the flowing poses of power Vinyasa yoga, work full bodies during Fit Camp sessions, and groove through Zumba classes’ thumping global party beats. Trainers also lead one-on-one and group personal-training sessions focused on each student’s goals, whether they're beginners who’ve never exercised regularly or fitness enthusiasts who did burpees in the womb.