Getting in shape can mean different things for different people. This is why the fitness enthusiasts at Strength Discovery help visitors identify their unique physical needs as well as their overarching goals. From there, the coaches can recommend workout regimens that incorporate elements of personal training, group classes, and lifestyle changes to create a precise approach. The importance of cross training is emphasized throughout the workouts, which typically combine exercises based on functional movements, such as lifting free weights, punching heavy bags and speed bags, vaulting over obstacles, and pummeling an oversized tire with sledgehammers. Additionally, the gym's staff offers nutritional consultations that can suggest dietary changes and meal plans intended to complement an individual's specific training regimen. By persevering and fully committing to these workouts, visitors can make progress toward their particular fitness goals as they lose weight, improve athletic performance, or become strong enough to make origami out of sheet metal.
At Greater Boston Fitness, there's a class for everybody. Martial-arts enthusiasts will be drawn to combat classes, which include jujitsu, MMA, boxing, and muay thai kickboxing. Meanwhile, conditioning fiends can get fit and sculpted at spin, yoga, boot-camp, and zumba classes. Gym members enjoy amenities such as free WiFi, access to gym equipment and locker rooms, and introductory personal training.
The expert instructors at Champion's Dance Studio spread their love of dance during lessons for all ages. The studio specializes in ballroom and Latin dancing for children and adults, but also offers classes in the Tango, Waltz, and Foxtrot.
TPS was voted "One of America's 20 Best Gyms" twice by Men's Health magazine. Ladies, don't worry, our client base is over 50% female. We offer a wide variety of FREE Group X classes with your membership including Yoga, Pilates, Kettlebell classes, Boxing, Muay Thai and much more. Come in and try us out.
Gravity has no control within Sky Zone Everett's confines. Inside, a sea of trampolines sends visitors leaping, spinning, and somersaulting toward springy floors and pits of foam. The bouncy surfaces stretch to the walls, where trampolines set at 45-degree angles let kids and adults repeatedly soar through the air like a superhero trying to wrack up frequent flier miles. Occasionally, Sky Zone transforms into high-paced competitions such as 3-D dodge ball and Sky Zone the Sport, during which players toss balls through continuously rotating goals. The trampoline-lined arena also hosts SkyRobics classes that utilize low-impact calisthenics and strength-building exercises.
At Oceanside Pilates & Yoga Studio, owner Ellen Conti and a crew of enthusiastic instructors help bodies look and feel their best with daily fitness classes. Burnt-orange and creamy-yellow walls surround a dimly lit workout area where students can roll out their mats or hop on a Pilates Reformer. Nearby, a turquoise statue of Buddha keeps watch over students from atop a black dresser, quietly reminding them to retain their inner calm whether working up a sweat or sinking in quicksand.
Classes include Kundalini yoga, which combines intense exercises and breath work, and gentle-flow yoga, which focuses on basic yoga poses, relaxation, and meditation. Based on the ballet barre, barre classes improve range of motion, balance, and flexibility by blending Pilates moves, yoga stretches, and fitness accessories such as weights and thera bands. Oceanside also offers organic spray-tanning services that coat freshly forged muscles in bronze, creating the illusion of a day spent at the beach or on the assembly line of a copper-tubing factory.