The trainers at Limitless Athletics have one goal: improvement. That means always aiming to be better than yesterday. They achieve this lofty goal with fitness classes such as High Intensity Training, which blends elements of TRX, CrossFit, weightlifting, speedwork, and athletic regimens to create one serious megaworkout. Theirs is an eclectic schedule that also includes MMA classes, lacrosse clinics, and yoga. Many of the same programs are available for kids, too, ensuring children develop discipline and healthy habits early.
The accomplished instructors at Primal Strength - New York have something in common: once upon a time, they each found themselves half buried in empty fast-food cartons. Getting into fitness changed all that. Today, Tristan and Jeff help guide clients down the road toward fuller, healthier living. The trainers are certified in using kettlebell weights, which provide an interesting and exciting change of pace from traditional workouts.
At Kickboxing Selden, it only takes 45 or 60 minutes to start writing a new chapter. That is, one where fitness is a priority. Students punch and kick their way to stronger, leaner frames in bootcamp classes held once or twice every day. On Friday and Saturday mornings, the studio also offers Body Sculpt classes.
At Team Extreme Health & Fitness Bootcamp, the word "misfit" doesn't carry its traditional meaning. Instead, it's an acronym that stands for "Military Inspired Sports and Functional Intense Training." Of those six words, it's nearly impossible to choose which is most important—although, intense seems to sum things up nicely. Team Extreme boot-camp-style workouts challenge every muscle in the body. Classes are efficient, packed with energy, and led by a group of motivational trainers turned drill instructors. Those instructors ride the momentum created by the facility's boot camps into various other workout regimens, including sports-specific training, self-defense classes, and even boot camps for brides-to-be.
At Brocking Bootcamp, professional figure competitor and trainer Lia Brocking motivates her clients to push their bodies to their limits and achieve their physical-fitness goals. Her classes combine agility work, high-intensity interval training, metabolic-training protocols, and core work. During these sweat sessions, participants build lean muscle and burn excess fat.
Underwhelmed by half-hour circuit centers and unfriendly vibes in other health clubs, On the Go Fitness owners Jay Fields and James Remien set out to create a state-of-the-art fitness facility where people of any age or physical ability wouldn’t feel intimidated. Customers get a well-rounded workout courtesy of strength-training, cardiovascular, and flexibility-conditioning options, whereas group classes that range from cycling and Pilates to Core Barre and Butt & Gut challenge advanced athletes and beginners alike. Meanwhile, the Kids Fitness program combines fun activities with exercise routines, fighting the lethargy that comes from eating deep-fried video games after playing them.