A successful exercise regimen involves just as much inspiration as perspiration, according to the certified trainers who helm motivFit. Their fitness and nutrition programs don't just teach participants to count and burn calories; they jump-start lives by pairing goal-focused coaching with group accountability. Designed with both fun and safety in mind, challenging outdoor workouts empower participants to make exercise a part of their daily routine. Aerobics and trail runs torch calories instantly, and weightlifting and resistance training rally the metabolism by building lean muscle mass. Group activities such as relay races build camaraderie, transforming participants into teams that motivate one another. The workouts can be tailored to any fitness level, allowing new exercisers and elite athletes to train side by side. As pounds and inches melt away, confidence grows and self-esteem blooms as boldly as a tulip watered with Buzz Aldrin's joyful tears. Nutrition resources such as recipes and meal plans complement the workouts, helping participants forge healthy lifestyles for the long haul.
Offering Classical Pilates and GYROTONIC® as alternatives to traditional exercise, the modalities we offer are designed to uniformly develop the complete body. Our fully equipped studio houses all the classical equipment and our comprehensively trained instructors, will make your workouts challenging and fun.
CrossFit Conejo Valley is a cathedral of human performance. An academy of elite fitness. A place to worship at the altar of intensity. Where truth is revealed. Where egos are shattered and rebuilt. Where work capacity is increased across a broad range of time and modal domains. If you want to get fit, you NEED to be here!
The only fitness pole-dancing studio in Ventura County, Poleates merges pole dance and Pilates techniques into one vigorous, empowering total-body workout. Each 90-minute shimmy session focuses on new moves and routines in addition to Pilates mat basics, helping to craft resilient upper and lower bodies and build solid cores capable of crunching coal into more coal. Greenhorn pole charmers can opt for a beginner class to gather the strutting, turning, and positioning basics, while more experienced dancers can practice dance transitions in the beginner/intermediate sessions. Pole aficionados ready to dazzle spectators with their master moves can sashay into the advanced class.
Monarchs National Gymnastics Training Center furnishes the facilities and equipment necessary for young tumblers to develop their skills. The center staffs experienced coaches to teach students during sundry group classes that encourage camaraderie. Choose any four consecutive one-hour classes for aspiring Olympians or unwittingly aspiring Olympians, including co-ed kinder classes designed for ideally low-to-the-ground toddlers or a boys-and-girls tumbling session—for ages 6–18—that teaches kids the easiest ways to catapult themselves out of a room during awkward silences or boring lectures. All-girls and all-boys classes are available for kids aged 6–18, and a girls' cheer class prepares sprightly young ones for futures as high-school pep leaders.
CrossFit FAST might exist in a brick-and-mortar building, but it’s probably better described as a methodology shared by its coaches and attendees. Unlike other gyms, CrossFit FAST does away with the mirrors and treadmills, leaving attendees free to focus completely on functional training movements performed at a high intensity. Whether they’re firefighters, military personnel, or private citizens, they relentlessly pursue challenging fitness classes that increase full-body strength and endurance. The core of their fitness philosophy focuses on the titular CrossFit program, a series of functional-movement exercises that changes daily and requires participants to increase their work capacity across broad time and modal domains.
Beyond CrossFit, exercisers train in weightlifting, krav maga, and nutritional coaching. The fitness routines produce results, leading some members to be successful in CrossFit competitions, and others to take home titles such as 2011 National Champion Olympic Lifter and 2012 and 2013 California State Champion Olympic Lifter.