Started in 1961 by Dr. Stanley Pearle, this nationally recognized and trusted eye-care center now operates in nearly 800 company and franchise locations nationwide. The master visionaries at Pearle are well-trained in assisting all bespectacled beings, from casual librarians to picky, temperamental Cyclopes. They'll help navigate a nearly endless array of sight-enhancing options: house lines of simple, durable frames and lenses, designer frames from Versace and DKNY, prescription Ray-Ban shades, and contact lenses to suit the chemistry of even sensitive sets of eyes.
Next Level Fitness has four studio locations throughout the Boston area, but those aren't the only places its trainers do their work. The trainers also travel, showing up at clients' homes, offices, and gyms with equipment and exercise regimens ready. Whether clients are participating in a summer boot camp or a corporate fitness workshop, they can be sure that trainers are leading them in a workout that's appropriate for the group's fitness level.
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.