Equipment: Barbells, kettle-bells, Concept2 rowing machines, and gymnastics equipment
Students should bring: Bottle of water, towel, and a positive attitude
Average class length: 60 minutes
Number of Staff: 5–10 people
Class location: Mix of indoor and outdoor classes
Registration required: No
Good for beginners: Yes
Guests allowed: No
Parking: Parking lot
Exercise is challenging, and people frequently give up on their fitness routines. How do you keep clients motivated?
By providing an energizing atmosphere, excellent coaching, and do-able workouts that keep clients motivated. The results will also keep them coming back consistently.
What is the biggest mistake you see people make when trying to get fit on their own?
Usually, people have no direction, no accountability, and unrealistic expectations.
What is a typical session of your program or class like for a student?
It starts with a thorough warm-up and an explantation of the movements. Next, we work through a metabolic conditioning session that combines the proven effectiveness of CrossFit with interval training. We end the session with calisthenics, body sculpting, or core exercises.
Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
I would advise anyone seeking to get in shape to make their diet a priority and to be consistent with their exercise routine.
Inside Bodytek Fitness, students of all skill levels use their own body weight to tone and firm muscles on TRX-suspension machines and Bosu balance balls. During Bodytek Fitness’s total-body fitness program, trainers spur clients along as they work with resistance bands, free weights, kettlebells, and rowers to improve cardiovascular systems and develop muscle definition. The one-hour workouts include 20–30 minutes of interval cardio to get hearts pumping and burn away the fat stores that cover up muscle tone. The rest of the 60 minutes is spent moving from station to station for new exercises that push through fitness plateaus by shocking the body much more efficiently than wearing your samurai armor to a Tesla-coil expo. Bodytek's other class offerings include yoga, spinning, and mat Pilates.
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