Toledo Turners Gymnastics is a non-profit organization through American Turners-Toledo. One of the best investments you can make for your child is physical activity.Choosing gymnastics helps provide children with the foundation for a lifetime of fitness and good health. We strive to build childrens physical abilities as wel
From MEGA Fun and Fitness' spacious gymnastical repository, the experienced staff imparts fledgling flexibles and gymnasium gurus alike with gymnastics classes tailored to every skill level and age group. Eager acrobatic apprentices can choose between boys' or girls' classes in subjects like MEGA boys II gymnastics, MEGA girls III intermediate gymnastics, or Mega Man 3 for NES. Unlike breathing, participants can choose when to attend classes, which are offered multiple times each week. Each student can attend one session every week over the duration of one month. Check the schedule for a full list of course offerings.
Helmed by 18-year veteran coach and former collegiate gymnast Shannon Hunt, Hunts' Gymnastics Academy trains students of all ages in gymnastics and cheerleading. A staff of passionate, experienced instructors lead sessions of competitive and recreational gymnastics, tumbling, and competitive cheer, with classes specifically designed for pupils ranging in age from preschool to high school. The expansive, colorful facility fosters not only intensive study of gymnastics, but fun, engaging play with floors full of trampolines, foam pits and obstacle courses. Classes are also offered for children with special needs, which promotes social interaction while developing physical fitness skills and self-esteem.
Around the 10,000-square-foot TX Training Center facility, instructors lead a host of tumbling and cheerleading classes for beginners and advanced students that take advantage of trampolines and a competition-size spring floor. Alternatively, fitness courses include energetic Zumba dance classes, the cardio-kickboxing workouts of TurboKick, and spinning sessions led by a certified instructor.
From Romulus Athletic Center's indoor track, runners and joggers can watch planes as they take off and land at Detroit Metropolitan Airport. The simple pleasure of an expansive view is a reminder that exercise can be enjoyable, not merely strenuous. This commitment to fulfillment through physical activity can be found across the sprawling facilities: the five-pool aquatics area features a 240-foot lazy river and a two-story waterslide, and the two gymnasiums host games of basketball and volleyball. The 6,000-square-foot fitness area houses ample equipment for sculpting physiques, including a 30-foot climbing wall and more than 10,000 pounds of weight plates, which is more than enough to challenge the world's strongest man or the world's weakest King Kong.
Certified in personal training, corrective exercise, and performance enhancement, Mike Lauzon teamed up with certified trainer Sean Rhinard to help patrons work toward health and aesthetic goals. Mi-Fit, located within Michigan Academy of Dance and Music, begins training programs with a free consultation to assess weight and body fat and build a program tailored to one's schedule and well-being. The trainers build varying workouts, which burn calories and sculpt sinews through resistance training, core building, and stints with Ropes Gone Wild gear featured on The Biggest Loser. For those not able to make it to the gym, Mi-Fit works to create a personalized, self-guided program built around the equipment already in the patron?s home or the boulders available in a mountain goat?s home.
Most training packages include nutritional plans and food logs, which help clients keep themselves on a dietary timeline as they work toward preset goals. Trainers can connect clients with vitamins and nutritional supplements from Optimum Nutrition or help design and install a home gym to fit the space requirements of a basement.