Catering to competitive athletes as well as casual enthusiasts, Peak Performance Fitness' instructors motivate visitors to bolster their quality of life and overall wellbeing with training regimens that address specific attributes. Their high-intensity routines are designed to improve agility, balance, or speed, although they can also adopt a broader approach. Circuit training and CrossFit workouts based on functional exercises each emphasize the importance of engaging muscle groups across the entire body. Similarly, the mixed martial arts and boxing classes incorporate practical skills into total-body workouts, developing strength and stamina while teaching attendees how to safely defend themselves and subdue sentient punching bags.
Though their workouts are tough, the trainers promote a friendly and noncompetitive atmosphere in which fit-seekers of any ability can get into shape. Further enriching their clients' wellness, they also offer nutritional guidelines.
At Edelweiss Premier Ballroom, seasoned dance instructors impart their love of artistic movement to students of all ages and experience levels. The broad curriculum includes classes in styles such as ballroom, latin, cha-cha, foxtrot, rumba, and waltz.
During each of Elite Boxing Academy's one-hour classes, professional boxers practice alongside students entirely new to the fighting discipline. That doesn't mean they're matched up in the ring, but it does mean that the studio is able to accommodate a wide range of skills and abilities. The instructors tweak exercises if students are finding them too easy or difficult, all while teaching and refining new techniques.
A New England native, Rick of Yoga With Rick moved to LA to pursue music and acting; he earned his 200-hour Yoga Alliance certification along the way. Though he still loves the arts, Rick’s equally passionate about yoga’s physical and mental benefits. During his Hatha-yoga classes, he blends techniques from styles such as flow, power, and Iyengar yoga to help students strengthen, balance, and tone their bodies while calming their minds.
Twins Tavis and Taylor Smith started training in tae kwon do at the age of 7. Together, they traveled to Korea to compete at the international level before returning to the states and opening a gym together. Today, they lead children and adults through tae kwon do classes, using the hanging punching bags and holding pads for students to punch and kick. In addition to the martial art, they offer boot-camp classes with circuit-training workouts that fluctuate between cardio and strength training to build lean muscles and endurance. They also lead krav maga self-defense classes that focus on evading attackers and building environmental awareness.
Training By Tye fitness is an ongoing indoor workout program that brings fitness instruction and motivational training together in a fun filled, activity packed workout! Teaching and allowing for better fat loss though positive thinking, goal-oriented living, & better daily choices when it comes to nutrition.
Inland Empire Boot Camp’s squad of experienced instructors eschews the ear-scarring screams of traditional boot camps in favor of rigorous motivation, individually tailoring every exercise to achieve sustainable results for students. Like the temperaments of salsa dancers, the boot camp’s intensity levels split into mild, medium, and hot categories to ensure every participant gets a vigorous but doable workout. The outdoor program mixes up activities for constantly shifting sessions, which divide time between exercises such as toning core muscles with planks and lunges and raising heart rates with jogging and calisthenics. Campers rotate through interval-based resistance and cardio training, aiming to stoke metabolic fires into searing calories. Inland Empire Boot Camp's schedule of both coed and women-only classes lets participants control their comfort levels, and the flexible schedule accommodates those who need extra time to get their werewolf or nongroggy daytime-werewolf symptoms under control. Inland Empire Boot Camp also offers grocery shopping classes, which escort students through the aisles, teaching them what to look for on food labels and how to decide between frozen or fresh, butter or margarine, and ketchup or catsup.