At Be Well Fitness & Rehab, instructors modify their TRX suspension or core workouts to suit the fitness level and pace of each client. Classes include TRX sessions at three different levels of difficulty, as well as power Vinyasa classes that create a satisfying workout from yoga traditions.
Before he studied fitness at Purdue, Chris Tedesco learned the subtle art of inspiring others during a trek through the dessert. As a Marine squad leader, he needed to keep up morale while getting his troops to march across 36 miles of arid wilderness with him. This same determination saw him straight through to three Ironman Platoon championships. Today, as owner and founder of BodyQuest Personal Training, he brings those heat-honed lessons with him to each session, just as he did when he helped a snowboarder recover from near total-lower-body paralysis.
He and his team of four dedicated trainers partner up with clients, getting to know them, their eating habits, and their fitness goals to help them lead healthier lives. They constantly vary exercises via a circuit designed to keep bodies burning fat long after the workout and even tailor training-session soundtracks to suit clients' whims, so long as those whims don't include whale songs as covered by an eccentric theremin player. The exposed brick walls of his gym feature wooden sculpture and wall hangings that capture the feeling of motion, perhaps subliminally inspiring patrons to push themselves.
Every body is different, and every person has different fitness goals. The personal trainers and workout enthusiasts at Quest Fitness Studio keep this in mind as they help clients lose weight, improve muscle tone, or bolster stamina. To help achieve these goals, the studio space features everything from free weights and boxing bags to weight cable machines and TRX-suspension systems. Engaging, full-body workouts are only half the battle, though; trainers also offer nutritional guidance for clients seeking to dramatically change their lifestyles and begin taking them in a healthier direction.
Most of Yoga I.S.'s workouts find their basis in Yoga and Pilates, but they go far beyond what those classic exercise forms usually entail. With a robust selection of classes, the studio's yogis integrate resistance training, physical therapy techniques, and mechanically sound barre training methodologies. Yoga I.S. also features an array of workout equipment, from standard exercise balls, elastic bands, and free weights, to a fully equipped personal training studio with high end weightlifting machines. The decor is fun and eclectic enough to match the selection of gear, boasting purple walls and red pillars sprouting from the perfectly smooth blonde-hardwood floor.
IronBody Fitness’s trainers don’t lead boot camps, they lead Anti-BootCamps. Instead of plunking exercisers into a cookie-cutter workout that could cause injury at worst, and work muscles unnecessarily at best, they create programs tailored to address individual goals. But clients still sweat in groups, offering accountability that trainers take one step further by checking in when a student misses class. Paired with nutritional guidance and workouts that you can do at home or on the road, the personalized fitness regimen whips bodies into shape quickly.
Like contractors remodeling an old home, the trainers at Under Construction Fitness LLC give bodies a new look and feel through group fitness workouts. Ebonee and Willie take a wrecking ball to flab and bad habits through up-tempo boot-camp classes and personal-training sessions. Cardio Fit Boxing classes teach a vicious right hook with carb-burning jump rope work, and Silhouette Shaping classes feature specific cardio exercises that tone and accentuate a lady’s curves.