Since 2000, Pinnacle Fitness Bootcamp owner David Nash has been fine-tuning his fitness-coaching expertise along with a trained staff. In addition to picking up certifications in health and physical education, nutrition, first aid, and other areas, the certified personal trainer has also honed specialties in athletic performance and the biomechanics of human movement. Rae Stampley, head trainer at the Smyrna location, draws from a background of playing competitive sports and teaching health and physical education and is currently an A.C.E. certified personal trainer.
At Pinnacle Fitness Bootcamp, the staff shares its fitness training and nutritional-guidance expertise with students during indoor boot-camp sessions. During classes, students go through a variety of workouts from walking lunges to relay races and partner team pushups.
Nestled in the heart of Brookhaven, our boutique fitness studio focuses on the highest quality instruction in kettlebell training, fitness kickboxing, core conditioning and interval training. We set the bar in group fitness programming offering co-ed group fitness classes for all fitness levels.
Renee and Cintron know firsthand that it's not enough to simply bring your body to the gym. An effective workout should be driven by positive energy, not a sense of weary obligation. And, ever since losing weight with a Zumba fitness regimen, Cintron has tried to spread this outlook through festive dance.
The instructors lead invigorating classes at RC Fitnez Studio, transforming exercise into a celebratory event. Their Zumba sessions teach groups intuitive dance moves that match up to Latin and world music. On certain Saturdays, students even come together for Zumba dance parties, a better way to socialize and shed pounds than bench-pressing your blind date. Cintron also hosts Power X 15 classes, which tone muscles with strength-based routines. Specialty classes on the schedule can vary, but may include offerings such as Turbo Kick kickboxing and Identities of Hip Hop.
At Peak Performance 360, certified personal trainer Jamie Hayes and his staff can help exercisers either slim down or bulk up. This flexibility is due to the breadth of their performance training services, which include everything from CrossFit training to toning classes that are supplemented by meal plans. For even more customization, Hayes and his team schedule personal training sessions, where it's just the exerciser, the personal trainer, and a whole bunch of applauding U.N. dignitaries.
At Adrenaline GX, a staff of certified trainers teach a wide range of classes, including CrossFit, yoga, and boot camps. The team packs its private studio with suspension-training equipment and free weights, as well as leads group strength-and-conditioning classes in their fenced-off fusion cage replete with joint-cushioning green turf.
The gym has joined forces with a variety of local wellness centers, such as Venice Nutrition, where expert coaches enlighten gym members with nutrition tips and meal plans, while shepherding them away from misleading yo-yo diets and wedding cakes that have been disguised as very large cans of boiled asparagus.
Elite Edge Training Center's team of four certified personal trainers and martial arts experts adopt a science-based approach to physical training, and work in advanced facilities that are necessary to support their methods. An onsite technician helps rehabilitate visitors with Muscle Activation Technique, a biomechanical evaluation and therapy designed to improve range of motion and miming ability. Visitors can take advantage of a turf field and smooth exercise floor with features such as stationary bikes, free weights, resistance bands, hurdles, and anvil-throwing stations.
On the turf field, instructors guide students through workout basics and interval training in all-level classes such as boot camp, strength and conditioning, and cross training. During fitness kickboxing classes, they gather groups in a padded arena filled with punching bags to practice martial arts techniques interspersed with aerobic workouts. In Brazilian jiujitsu classes, black-belt instructor James Soetebeer and trainer Jake Jo elucidate grappling techniques, ground submissions, and ground striking in the no-gi style.