The staff members at Greater Pittsburgh Wellness have managed to fit a lot of health services under one roof. For starters, they schedule more than 15 fitness classes, including spinning, TRX suspension training, and yogalates, which is a yoga class scheduled at the same time as a Pilates class. Moreover, the seasoned instructors in the facility's dance studio teach the steps to the tango, the salsa, and other ballroom dances. Rounding out the services, Greater Pittsburgh Wellness also offers nutrition counseling and youth sports lessons/
Holiday Health & Racquet Club is an 11,0000-square-foot fitness center that offers more than 60 workout stations with up-to-date exercise equipment, group classes, and personal training. At this functional center, clients can burn fat and build muscle while shaking up their fitness routine. They can try Boot Camp?a challenging morning workout designed to get the heart pounding and calories melting away?or check out one of the classes designed especially for seniors. With racquetball leagues, aerobics, and certified trainers, Holiday Health & Racquet Club is an efficient place to begin or work on a journey toward fitness.
Though they welcome clients of all ages into their fitness facility, Fouad “Fred” Jaroudi and his staff at Community Health Center specialize in exercise for ages 35 and older using the second floor’s passive workout machines. Downstairs, younger visitors hook up their music while using more-intensive weight machines, treadmills, and free weights along with a punching bag and speed bag.
Equipped with a music-education degree and a lifelong passion for teaching piano, Bill Cantola comes to clients' homes to help them learn piano the way they desire. Rather than forcing them to repeat scales for the sake of tradition, Cantola teaches clients to play their own selections of music while infusing each session with information about technique and music theory.
Bodytech Health & Fitness fine-tunes forms with a plethora of equipment and high-energy classes. Enjoy social sweating with unlimited access to group workouts such as Pilates, which stretches and strengthens bodies through an amalgamation of targeted exercises and focused breathing. Spinning burns fat and tones the lower body through a low-impact cycle ride set to tunes, and bootcamp serves up an ever-changing regimen of exercises such as kickboxing, jogging, and ab work.
The YMCA Adventure Warrior Race gives kids and adults a chance to prove themselves against ropes courses, mud, water obstacles, and other unexpected mental and physical challenges—all while supporting a good cause. Amid the breathtaking views and tranquil waters of Lake Tris, runners maneuver around trees and carry heavy objects up the sometimes snow-covered Laurel Highlands mountains, climbing up to 1,000 feet as they go. Warriors aged 16 and older make a 4-mile circuit, whereas younger participants run age-appropriate distances of a half mile or a full mile. Trophies and the respect of all the woodland creatures are awarded to the top male and female runners, top male and female teams, and top co-ed team. According to the Daily American, funds raised from the race provide camp scholarships that allow kids to attend residential and day programs at the 263-acre YMCA Camp T. Frank Soles.