The staff members at SpaLady not only make it comfortable for women to work out, but they also make it easy. They lead group-fitness classes—including yoga, Pilates, Zumba, and Cardio Tone—seven days a week, and the staff offers free daycare services. Patrons also have the option to work out in the gym's expansive cardio and weight rooms.
The staff at Quest Fitness pride themselves on providing personal attention on each client's fitness needs in a spacious facility that never feels overcrowded. With a spread of free weights, up-to-date cardio and strength-training machines, and group fitness classes, Quest Fitness presents a variety of ways for clients to burn fat and build muscle. Pilates Reformer classes help sculpt long and lean muscles, and energetic Zumba and spinning classes provide upbeat encouragement to push clients towards their fitness goals. Certified personal trainers also work with clients to help develop better workout habits and discover which pattern warmup pants best express their personality.
Working out should never be boring. That's the idea behind Submit 2 Fitness, a center that trades machines for challenging group classes. Here, members boost their endurance and shed pounds in motivating programs such as spinning, cross training, and Warrior Camp, which blends high-energy cardio exercises with strength training and interval training. Classes are led by instructors who each boast expertise in their particular field.
What do Mike Adams of the Denver Broncos and Sloane Serpe of the All-ACC Women's Lacrosse Team have in common? They've trained at 360 Fitness Performance Sports. That's thanks in part to the fitness center's 30,000 square-foot facility that seamlessly incorporates a turf field, a running track, basketball courts, and batting cages. Cardio and weight-training areas allow exercisers to work out on their own schedules or with the help of a trainer and a group fitness studio offers high-energy classes such as kickboxing and boot camp.
Garfield YMCA has promoted healthy lifestyles, youth development, and social responsibility for more than eight decades. While the organization has built new facilities, this core mission remains the same. Instructors teach fitness and swim classes for both kids and adults, and they coach competitive swimming teams at two locations in Garfield. The staff also keeps kids active and safe during before- and after-school care programs.
East Coast Fitness’s 20,000 square feet house separate rooms for martial arts, spinning, group workouts, massages, and general exercise. On the main floor, strength-training machines, cardio machines, and free weights occupy separate areas, with additional room sectioned off for stability ball exercise and a herd of eight punching bags. Certified trainers and instructors also lead more than 15 classes that range from spinning and Pilates to yoga, kickboxing, agility training, and Zumba. In the lobby, a juice bar refreshes hungry athletes and a separate room offers free childcare.