At CrossFit Nassau, seasoned coaches lead a full lineup of group CrossFit classes, including standard CrossFit, CrossFit Kids, and CrossFit Light. Built around constantly varied, high-intensity workouts that rely primarily on functional movements, CrossFit sessions are scaled to the abilities of every participant, inviting first-timers and experienced exercisers alike to join in on the action.
Tiger Hall: Play Zone and Activity Center spreads fun and interactive-learning opportunities throughout its 2,800-square-foot facility, offering everything from a spacious playroom to a relaxing parents lounge. On weekdays, the center provides families with private programming and preschool options. Come the weekend, Tiger Hall transforms into an energized hub of entertainment, complete with open-play hours, workshops, and a variety of classes, including in art, dance, and music.
Ballroom & Latin Dance Studio offers private and group classes to all levels of dance. No partner is necessary. We have twice a month dance socials for all to come to and practice your lead and follow. Professional instructors from all over the world. We also offer wedding dance programs for the couple and wedding party.
The look of Can Do Fitness’s three locations may differ—its Shorts Hills club has three cardio decks, its Edgewater club has two cardio decks, and its Princeton club is a 73,000-square-foot facility with a pool and spa—but each was built to make exercise as convenient as possible. All of the fitness trainers and instructors have at least one national certification, and the Pilates instructors have at least 600 hours of training, which they draw on while leading group classes such as yoga, Zumba and BodyPump. Each Can Do Fitness club also offers a range of amenities such as complimentary childcare and locker rooms with a steam room and dry sauna as well as showers with frosted glass doors.
Max Fitness specializes in a signature 10-week fitness challenge designed to yield results and transform clients' entire bodies. The system combines exercise, nutritional guidance, and motivation, helping clients to pursue their potential and achieve their fitness and health goals. Trainers design cardio and strength-training exercises to accommodate individuals of all fitness levels, as well as a nutrition program that includes food education and menus of foods that can be found in an everyday supermarket. The third pillar of the system—motivation—hinges on Max Fitness's vast support system of individuals and trainers all working toward a common goal.
Studio founder Anthony Rabara taps more than 25 years of experience to lead classes, guiding students of all experience levels through routines adhering to the original methods and techniques created by Joseph Pilates. The studio's staff of experienced instructors uses a variety of teaching methods during resistance-training classes, including verbal cues and hands-on adjustments. During each Pilates mat session, instructors lead groups of students through a sequence of floor-based stretches, which use smooth, controlled movements that use students' own body weight to strengthen muscles. Continued practice can help attendees improve their posture and develop the muscle tone needed to crush charcoal into diamonds with their abdominals.
Gold’s Gym’s staggeringly expansive 65,000-square-foot facility stands as a ziggurat built to fitness. A phalanx of personal trainers—muscles bulging from heaving around armloads of certifications—team up with exercisers, ripping pages from the Total Transformation Training system playbook to handcraft custom fitness routines and practical nutrition plans that help clients to lose weight, build lean muscle, and learn which barbells are for lifting and which are for eating. For a more communal experience, patrons can leap into all manner of group classes, pedaling through spin, limbering muscles in yoga, or tussling with water resistance in aqua classes held in the 25-lap pool. Inside the Cardio Cinema, projectors pipe movies such as Argo and Looper into engaged retinas to infuse bodies with the endurance needed to power through intense workouts.
The fitness emporium also trains athletes in sport-specific or general programs. During performance training, coaches work one-on-one with their charges, focusing on all-around speed and functional movements to forge sportspersons capable of traversing the field faster than an antelope riding piggy-back on a lion.