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Taking a note out of the playbook from many police academies and military special operations units, CrossFit Pisgah’s seasoned trainers lead small groups through a constantly rotating fitness regimen that fuses cardio work and strength training for a highly intense total body workout. Inside the no-frills gym, participants—with the encouragement of motivational instructors and other students—perform functional exercises based of off movements found in everyday life, from squats reminiscent of picking up heavy laundry baskets to weight lifts evocative of hoisting lazy husbands onto the roof to clean the gutters.
150 Eastside Drive #511
Black Mountain,
NC
US
Students should bring: Water, towel or yoga mat, and a non-retractible dog leash Registration required: Yes Good for beginners: Yes Average class length: 60 minutes Number of Staff: 1?5 people Class location: Mix of indoor and outdoor classes Established: 2014 Guests allowed: No Parking: Parking lot Pro Tip: Be energized and ready to workout.
4465 Posterity Court
Gastonia,
NC
US
At About Face Bootcamp, the trainers have all gone through their own fitness struggles, allowing them to sympathize with each student as they help them transform their external and internal image. About Face's various boot camps meet at locations all around Charlotte and cover distinct disciplines of fitness. Weekend Warrior classes involve Zumba training and cardio drills, and Powder Puff boot camps tackle a new workout every day and include obstacle courses, nutrition advice, and cardio and strength training.
4015 East Franklin Boulevard
Gastonia,
NC
US
Angie Acosta, founder of Queen City DanceOut, has a simple motto for her students: "If you're moving, you're doing it right." This encouraging, low-pressure attitude attracts people of all ages to her dance-inspired fitness classes, which meet at 18 public locations. Angie and her instructors aim to make exercise feel like a celebration and a refreshing break rather than a dreaded routine. To this end, their classes incorporate intuitive dance moves and invigorating music. DanceOut, the signature course, blends genres as diverse as swing, hip-hop, and reggae into a workout, relying on repetition and basic choreography to keep everyone grooving. Other highlights of the curriculum include the Latin rhythms of Zumba; the Dance Impact class, which fuses dance and kickboxing; and JamStrong, a mixture of core-conditioning, dance, and fun. Community is a central aspect of every DanceOut class. As pupils practice their twirls, they can follow both the teacher and the Jam Crew—a team of regulars who help make the steps easy to follow and can assist fellow dancers. In addition to group workouts, instructors host skill workshops such as Booty Bootcamp, where attendees learn rump-shaking techniques and how to turn any chair into a rocking chair. They also put on performances and lead private classes for special events and parties.
519 West Franklin Boulevard
Gastonia,
NC
US
At Karate Evolution, students undergo a kind of metamorphosis. Under the watchful eye of instructor Mike Rhoads, kids who were once shy and unfocused gain life skills directly related to the Japanese fighting system's disciplined practice. From learning how to defend and assert themselves to gaining focus and accountability, students gain valuable intangible skills that go hand-in-hand with greater fitness and health. By the end of the program, children will not only have developed physical skills that will stay with them for life, but they will also be trained to attain the confidence and attitude necessary for success in all of life's arenas.
3270-B Robinwood Rd.
Gastonia,
NC
US
Angie Acosta, founder of Queen City DanceOut, has a simple motto for her students: "If you're moving, you're doing it right." This encouraging, low-pressure attitude attracts people of all ages to her dance-inspired fitness classes, which meet at 18 public locations. Angie and her instructors aim to make exercise feel like a celebration and a refreshing break rather than a dreaded routine. To this end, their classes incorporate intuitive dance moves and invigorating music. DanceOut, the signature course, blends genres as diverse as swing, hip-hop, and reggae into a workout, relying on repetition and basic choreography to keep everyone grooving. Other highlights of the curriculum include the Latin rhythms of Zumba; the Dance Impact class, which fuses dance and kickboxing; and JamStrong, a mixture of core-conditioning, dance, and fun. Community is a central aspect of every DanceOut class. As pupils practice their twirls, they can follow both the teacher and the Jam Crew—a team of regulars who help make the steps easy to follow and can assist fellow dancers. In addition to group workouts, instructors host skill workshops such as Booty Bootcamp, where attendees learn rump-shaking techniques and how to turn any chair into a rocking chair. They also put on performances and lead private classes for special events and parties.
1200 N Modena St,Bradley Center,Bradley Center
Gastonia,
NC
US
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