At Hybrid Fitness, an 8,000-square-foot facility, Sean Tribble, a purple belt in Brazilian jujitsu, assists by teaching his grappling art. Personal trainer Amanda Staudinger rounds out clients' training regimens with a cardio cross-training class designed to get participants in fighting shape, with strong limbs, a powerful core, and hands replaced with bricks.
Hybrid fitness tones both adults and children, and its instructors often take their classes outside. Hybrid offers fun Zumba classes, which tone bodies to the beats of Latin music, as well as muay thai, brazilian jiujitsu, krav maga, boxing, and fitness conditioning.
Whether his clients are looking to recover from injuries, lose fat and gain muscle, or become competitive athletes, Jeremy of Jones Performance Fitness has programs at the ready. The experienced and certified trainer, who also boasts a master’s degree in exercise science, developed his Accelerated Fat Loss Bootcamp to combine the attention and expertise of a personal trainer with the motivational environment of a group setting. Alternatively, his Elite Sports Performance Programs aim to help athletes up their core strength, speed, and agility during the off-season.
Brick House Built's boot camps constantly change. Each week, certified coaches lead their classes through a new lineup of exercises, which might include resistance training, relay races, running, or levitating. In addition to their signature boot camps, Brick House Built offers a running group.
At Life Changer Training Institute, rather than leaving clients stranded on the sprawling gym floor, trainers guide them toward their fitness goals. They start with a consultation, taking stock of clients’ goals and assessing their current fitness level. Once clients have a solid understanding of where they are and where they want to be they can jump into the schedule of classes to whip themselves into shape. TRX sessions rely on suspension training to tone muscle and boot camps challenge the whole body in a supportive group setting.
The experienced, multisport coaches at Total Body Fitness teach a multitude of swim, bike, and running courses engineered to quickly get students into shape and improve their triathlon performance. Courses range from open water swims and cycling clinics to boot camps designed to transform bodies.
Members of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard come together at the starting line of The Armed Forces Day – Five-Mile Mud Run. It pays homage to military men and women at almost every turn—it takes place on Armed Force Day, and it is designed to support military charities. Participants will even barrel through boot camp-style obstacles such as mud pits, tunnels, walls, and a push-up station. And while the first wave of the first wave is reserved for military men and women, subsequent waves are open to everyone else, including kids and Swamp Things.