Tabata Bootcamp’s motto is quality over quantity, and certified fitness instructor Stacy DiGiacomo takes this to heart as she pushes her patrons to reach their weight-loss and fitness goals. To help them carve fitter frames, she leads high-intensity cross-training sessions in 30-minute intervals, with a focus on getting an effective total-body workout in a short period of time. She targets patrons’ upper, lower, and core strength with exercises that consist of 20-second microbursts of intensive movement, followed by 10-second periods of rest. These workouts are designed to speed up the body’s metabolism to ensure optimal caloric burn after exercising and can multiply the muscle-building effects more effectively than regularly dreaming about being a world-champion weightlifter. For well-rounded results, she also offers nutritional guidance and arms patrons with quick workouts they can complete in the comfort of their own homes.
Second-degree black belt Karel Pravec didn't get where he is today on brute strength alone. He worked hard to get there. And that's why at Silver Fox, instructors focus on building strong foundations in technique, which?along with physical and mental conditioning?is what builds champions. Inside the newly-renovated, 3,000-square-foot studio, students learn fundamentals and build up to more advanced levels during classes held seven days a week. The center also offers MMA kickboxing, ideal for anyone who wants to learn striking methods, get in shape, and have a cool acronym to throw around in conversations.
At Crossfit GSP, a team of knowledgeable coaches boosts the strength, conditioning, and athletic skill levels of its participants. They do so through CrossFit, a discipline that follows the theory of constantly varied, high intensity, functional movement and incorporates components of gymnastics and weightlifting into one rigorous workout. During each session, novice and experienced clients test their fitness limits inside the modern interior of a Reebok-branded gym. When they are not reaching new fitness goals, athletes can take advantage an 8,000-square-foot gym that features Rogue and Muscle Driver equipment as well as guest services offering Paleo meal plans and rehab regimens.