Not every exercise is created equally. That's why Moving Strength's instructors cater to the diverse needs and capabilities of their students with a full schedule of fitness classes held throughout the week. Their yoga sessions mainly utilize the Vinyasa, Power Vinyasa, and Hatha styles, providing a gentle and mindful practice or a physically demanding sequence of seamlessly flowing postures and deep stretches. Pilates workouts improve posture and tone muscles with exercises held on the mat, as well as apparatuses including the Reformer, the Tower, and the Chair.
Similarly, TRX suspension training develops lean, toned muscles by using the resistance caused by gravity and body weight to help students develop flexibility, balance, and muscle tone. For a more aerobic outing, Zumba sessions set their fast-stepping, yet easy-to-follow dance choreography to pulse-raising Latin-inspired music. This diverse selection of classes ensures that students of all skill levels will be able to find a regimen that complements their particular fitness goals.
Since its founding 15 years ago, Synergy Fitness has advocated for wholesome lifestyle changes through rounded programs and guidance. Rather than setting their members adrift in a sea of befuddling equipment, their nationally certified lifestyle coaches equip them with the planning tools to forge healthy habits both during and beyond workouts. Their advice can cover exercise, nutrition, and endurance, emphasizing the importance of variety in any health regimen. They keep abreast of the abreast of the fitness world's most recent developments with mandatory classes in their areas of specialization—which include diet, yoga, and MMA.
On the gym floor, machines from Hammer Strength and Life Fitness whir along with limbs, and individual television screens on some machines threaten patrons with footage of their grade-school choir solos if they don't keep jogging. Group fitness classes at certain locations take advantage of indoor cycles and boot-camp drills to condition physiques, and MMA programs tutor muay thai, kickboxing, and jujitsu.
Working out shouldn't feel like a chore, which is why every single fitness class at Power Studios emphasizes fun as well as results. Described as "fusion" fitness, most of these classes incorporate elements from a variety of workouts to create a dynamic, engaging experience. Movenze classes, for example, are inspired by aspects of contemporary dance, while Kick-Hopping blends kickboxing, dance, and cardio bootcamp and sets it to hip-hop music.
Light streams into the second-story windows of NYC Fitness, illuminating hardworking exercisers as they pound away on cardio machines or lift weights in the sprawling gym. Meanwhile, expert instructors lead clients of all fitness levels through a slate of classes, including spinning, Pilates, and Zumba.
NASM-certified personal trainer Will believes the key to a rewarding workout is trusting your trainer. Why should exercisers trust WRKNYC? Well, to list a few accolades, their master trainers have competed in events such as the New York City Marathon, LI Marathon, Yonkers Marathon, Urbanathlon, Tough Mudder, Spartan Race, and Civilian Military Combine. The trainers put it all together at WRKNYC, where groups are tested in classes that blend fitness disciplines from boxing, crossfit, yoga concepts, and TRX.
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.