At Performance Training, staff members lead clients through well-rounded workouts that build strength, speed, and agility. Personal-training sessions give exercisers one-on-one guidance as they lift or sprint, and diet-and-nutrition analysis helps keep weight-loss efforts on track.
The Mayberry Athletic Center offers more than workouts. The gym also fosters a sense of community where members can feel welcome and even encouraged to challenge themselves while pursuing individual fitness goals. With 5,000 square feet of space as well as access to the nearby trails along the Truckee River, the Mayberry Athletic Center provides visitors with all of the equipment and amenities needed to transform their bodies. Treadmills and other cardio equipment allow members to watch the flat-screen televisions while they get their pulses racing. Strength-training machines and free weights help sculpt toned muscles. The space even features a swath of astroturf for anyone seeking agility training or experience tending a faux garden.
The Mayberry Athletic Center's coaches also offer professional guidance in many forms. Personal-training sessions provide visitors with the knowledge and support that they need to design an individually tailored workout regimen. Additionally, the center's group classes help build strength and endurance in a supportive, communal setting. These training programs can combine functional exercises with cardio to create full-body workouts for all fitness levels.
The founder of Baby Boot Camp Sparks, Kristen Horler, is a nationally certified fitness instructor whose experience honing pre- and postpartum physiques earned her a spot on ePregnancy magazine's expert panel. Strollfit classes blend cardio drills with a dash of Pilates and yoga and a two-person helping of abdominal exercise to help hasten weight loss. Resistance tubes, strollers, and bundles of joy act as strength-training accouterments, helping mothers develop swift reflexes for dodging spit-up and premature lines of questioning from babies about the origins of peanut butter. Mothers shed calories while shaping up and mingling with their children, as well as meeting other moms. For maternal ovens still baking buns, the class helps strengthen muscles in preparation for labor. Fitness regimens follow guidelines set by the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and are safe for life givers of all fitness levels.
The staff at Eagle Fitness understand that getting fit shouldn't be a huge hassle. Not only is the fitness studio open 24/7 to remain flexible for all members, it also boasts more than 40 pieces of cardio equipment, from treadmills to recumbent bikes. That way, gym time is always well spent, rather than wasting time waiting for a machine. Along with cardio and strength-training equipment, Eagle Fitness also offers a variety of group classes, including Zumba, kickboxing, Pilates, and yoga.
Under the expert guidance of Dr. Glass, the staff at Esteem Medical Spa and Salon harnesses the power of FDA-approved Zerona cold-laser technology, designed to reduce corporeal circumferences by an average of 3.5 inches. During each session, clients relax beneath a beam-slinging apparatus for 40 minutes as it glides low-light lasers over their waistline, back, hips, and thighs, emulsifying adipose tissue so that fat can sneak its way out of the body. The disintegrated lipid depots can then be absorbed by the body’s obsessively tidy lymphatic system and expelled through the body’s natural detoxification process and complex system of water slides. The noninvasive treatment requires minimal recovery time.
Fascinating Rhythm's extensively trained dance teachers and former dancers corral students of all ages and skill levels into groups of 25 to 30 and then clear the cobwebs from unused toes with a full spectrum of classes. Two-year-olds in the Be-Bop Ballet Babies class bundle their energy into pliés, tendus, hopping, turning, and respectfully debating the superiority of Petipa's Don Quixote adaptation, all to the accompaniment of a spritely soundtrack. Flocks of less little ones (ages 3–5 and 6–9) migrate toward Happy Feet classes to dip toes into the foundation steps of ballet, jazz, and tap. So You Think You Can Dance spices up gyrating jives with hip-hop, hard- and soft-shoe Irish, and modern dance techniques for ages 6–13, and Reno Glee pipes in pop and rock vocal training on top of choreography, similar to the hit TV series The Deadliest Catch. Fascinating Rhythm also tailors classes to special-needs dancers, which focus on coordination and basic skills such as skipping, hopping, leaping, and balancing.