Julie Johnston founded Boot Camp Las Vegas in 2005, when?after unsuccessfully trying to lose 60 pounds through a battery of exercise techniques?she considered enlisting in the military solely for the physical challenge and camaraderie. Upon reconsideration, she decided to reclaim some turf from the lazy birds in nearby parks and stage her own workouts to build the physical and mental toughness she knew she was capable of developing. Today, a team of instructors?all certified personal trainers who have completed 64 days of boot-camp training?preaches Johnston's program to exercisers of all fitness levels. To help monitor and maximize workouts, they stage weigh-ins, take measurements, perform physical-fitness tests, and dish out a nutrition packet to shed light on healthy eating.
Trainers designed House of Ryu to be a mecca for athletes interested in fitness and martial arts. Inside the 20,000-square-foot gym is housed custom equipment such as a 65’x35’ mat for muay thai, boxing, and standup fighting, and a 24’x24’ regulation-sized boxing ring. On the mats, trainers guide students in various martial-arts and fitness disciplines including Alliance muay thai, Kevin Randleman’s Monster Wrestling, jujitsu, boxing, muay boran, strength and conditioning, fitness camp, and cardio boxing and kickboxing.
Fit Body Boot Camp instructors guide clients toward their fitness and weight-loss goals at locations throughout the world. They lead group workouts that integrate cardio exercise with resistance training and weight training, keeping sessions varied in order to avoid disheartening plateaus. Nutritional guidance supplements tailored fitness programs to ensure that clients are properly fueled to lose, gain, or maintain their weight.
Thirty-year dancing veteran and founder Dolly Kelepecz presents the D.K. method of Pilates, a method based on a series of smooth, controlled movements. Open-gym classes feature an hour of nonprivate instruction overseen by a member of the training squad, and grants unlimited access to all available equipment. D.K. body balancing melds floor and machine training with motions enhanced by spring and body resistance to bilaterally improve strength and flexibility. Fitness apparatuses include reformers, trapeze tables, combination chairs, and ladder barrels.
BASI Pilates–trained instructors engage the mind and body in Deez Pilatez's classes, which incorporate a wide variety of exercises on Balanced Body equipment and machines. Workouts on mats, Wunda chairs, and trapeze tables provide exciting exertion without the risks involved in bench-pressing a cheetah. Reformer machines work the body without putting unwanted stress on joints, and a variety of low-impact movements make the classes ideal for those recovering from minor injuries. Practicers of Pilates may experience improved circulation and the postural alignment necessary for competitive totem-pole impersonation. Inside the carpeted studio, a variety of machines, fitness balls, and colorful mats line the class area. Sketched Pilates forms hold positions on one side of the studio, and a wall of mirrors on the opposite side allow each student to keep a jealous eye on the perfect poise of their clone.
Partake in a full-body workout that’s designed to lengthen, strengthen, and tone bodies with small-group classes in a supportive and relaxing studio atmosphere. The certified staff of body benders coaxes the natural bounty of strength from hibernating muscles while helping students shed stress. Attentive instruction assists visitors in strengthening their fleshoskeletons at a comfortable pace while ensuring that safety is a top priority. Don a firm federation of limbs with today’s side deal to Absolute Pilates.