How likely are you to survive a zombie apocalypse? It's certainly something worth considering, and the trainers at Zastc gym think they have a pretty good chance. That's because Zastc stands for Zombie Apocalypse Survival Training Center, and they're all in the business of making sure their patrons become the type of healthy strong folks who could successfully battle the undead and win. That's accomplished through circuit training workouts that keep muscles guessing burpees, squats, push ups, rowing, and all manner of other functional motions. In addition to group workouts, personal trainers help patrons target specific goals.
At Kraken Fitness, former US Navy SEAL and CrossFit coach Paul Anderson hosts CrossFit Spring Valley—a series of daily fitness classes that employ intense reps of functional workouts to improve overall fitness. Paul’s CrossFit program combines kettlebells, medicine balls, plyometrics, and gymnastics techniques to create endlessly varied workouts that strengthen every aspect of fitness, including endurance, agility, balance, and coordination.
Equipment: Rogue, barbells, medicine balls, kettle bells, Concept 2 rower
Students should bring: Water, towel, and cross training or running shoes
Average class length: 60 minutes
Number of Staff: 1?5 people
Class location: Mix of indoor and outdoor classes
Registration required: No
Good for beginners: Yes
Guests allowed: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
Pro Tip: Positive and motivated mindsets make workouts twice as fun and effective.
The staff members at Fierce Crossfit are fueled by the desire to transform their clients' bodies, incorporating CrossFit exercises that mix elements of various disciplines to provide effective, results-oriented workouts. CrossFit-certified trainers equipped with degrees in kinesiology help clients to shred calories with moves designed to improve endurance, strength, power, agility, speed, coordination, balance, flexibility, posture, accuracy, and combat skills to use against clingy couch cushions. Workouts often incorporate muscle-ups, box jumps, snatches, rows, and dead lifts. Based on the principle of “universal scalability,” CrossFit workouts are designed to be accessible to pupils of all fitness levels.
CrossFit can be scaled to an 8-year-old kid's abilities just as well as an 80-year-old grandmother's. That's a big reason why CrossFit Heroism's trainers love the system, which employs a variety of functional movements performed at a high intensity—as high as clients can take. Some days they're lifting barbells and scaling ropes, on others they're flipping tractor tires and performing sprints. The mix of motions and exercises annihilates calories, molds every muscle group in the body, and preps participants for whatever manner of physical activity they might choose to undertake.