Within each noncompetitive Curves facility, female fitness seekers are invited to move through a 30-minute circuit of hydraulic resistance machines that are designed to promote weight loss, protect against osteoporosis, and deal with arthritis. Shunning cumbersome weight stacks, the hydraulic gadgets adapt to each exerciser's body weight and fitness level to complement her individual abilities, subsequently decreasing the risk of soreness or injury. And because traditional lift-and-lower motions tend to create bulky muscles, the machines promote push-and-pull movements to sculpt toned, lean muscles perfect for crushing unsuspecting grapefruit. Experienced trainers are always nearby to help clients manage their machine maneuvering, and a soundtrack of fun, upbeat music includes cues to let women know when it's time to move on to the next station or break for an air viola solo.
Las Vegas Iron House prides itself on being a no-nonsense gym, the kind of place where a bodybuilder could prepare for an upcoming competition. Its mirror-lined interior is furnished with Hammer Strength equipment, cardio machines, and more free weights than Paul Bunyan's basement. For exercisers who want some instruction and direction, the facility employs a team of seasoned trainers to lead FitX interval class training and boot-camp classes, including a bodybuilder, a fitness model, and a FitX interval class training level one trainer and mother of two.
Rebel Fitness lives up to their name by refusing to limit their operating hours like other businesses in the exercise industry. Members of the gym are granted 24-hour-access to Rebel Fitness' impressive array of free-weights, cardio equipment, and cable crossover machines. Those looking for guidance as they kick off their fitness journeys can tap into the gym's skilled personal trainers. This team of experts, much like a chameleon caught in front of rainbow, is quick to adapt and can tailor workout routines to a broad range of muscle-gain, weight-loss, and rehabilitative fitness goals.