Femme Addiction teaches an empowering brand of brass-bound gymnastics that builds core strength and confidence through sensual routines as well as traditional workouts that build muscles in a positive group setting. During lessons, students safely improve slinkiness by twirling seductively around a pole as an accredited instructor offers tips and tricks. Participants soon generate lither limbs, toned torsos, and the ability to tantalize shy museum curators by deftly scaling Ionic columns. For those interested in more traditional exercise, five 60-minute body transformation sessions offer an old-school workout regime complemented by accountability, nutrition planning, and motivational halftime speeches. Consult the schedule to finalize your bar-beguiling itinerary.
Equipment: Free weights, tires, sandbags, and kegs
Students should bring: Determination and a sense of humor
Average class length: 30?60 minutes
Number of Staff: 1?5
Class location: Mix of indoor and outdoor classes
Registration required: Yes
Good for beginners: Yes
Guests allowed: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
Exercise is challenging, and people frequently give up on their fitness routines. How do you keep clients motivated?
We focus on a team atmosphere. We support and encourage each other. Also, we mix up our routines and make them as fun as possible by laughing and having fun while we train.
Sweating to the oldies is acceptable, but sweating to the blues less so. Do you find that certain styles and genres of music generate more intense workouts?
Yes. We typically listen to upbeat rock music while training. It helps keep you pumped and give it your all.
What is a typical session of your program or class like for a student?
Each training session is created and geared toward each individual's goals. Some are more fast-paced, while others are hard-core with very heavy weights. Each session is different and challenging.
Even though he’s armed with an arsenal of up-to-the-minute training and corrective exercise knowledge, Gaines Performance founder Aaron Gaines still puts his trust in the tried-and-true methods of traditional strength training. Solely dedicated to strength training, his studio helps students achieve their fitness and weight loss goals through trusted methods. His private studio allows him to tailor each fitness program he conducts to the needs of his clients, whether they’re seeking post-injury rehab or toning up for driver's license photos.
For personal training, he begins each session with an in-depth interview and health screening to identify areas of weakness, then he plans his programs accordingly. While focusing on proper technique, clients will lift weights from the bench, perform suspension-band-assisted body-weight exercises, and fling around a tractor tire. For a small-group experience, Aaron leads boot camps of no more than eight students.
CrossFit Ocala Second to None's trainers funnel more than a decade of experience in strength and conditioning training into their endlessly varied CrossFit classes. Each session presents a new workout, created to provide full-body exercises scalable to each individual's capabilities. The outline on any given day may include running, weightlifting, plyometrics, or biking.
At Ocala Fighting Fit Boot Camp, fists and feet deliver knockout blows to calories during 12 boot-camp classes that draw on MMA and kickboxing combat techniques to whip thighs and abs into shape in a nonintimidating environment. During the four-week martial-arts boot camp, students of all fitness levels and skill sets entrust their bodies to certified instructors who orchestrate exercises that most efficaciously achieve results, and periodically motivate stragglers with photos of a skinny, timid, teenage Hulk. Grueling kettlebell lifts alternate with kickboxing drills and other interval and cardio exercises as students will their ways through three weekly sessions.