Owner Shannon Hudson developed the 30-minute circuit to be fast and challenging with a pinch of hateful fun so participants stay engaged while getting ripped. The workout program includes a certified trainer who will provide guidance through stages such as jump rope, speed bag, heavy bag, and more. By combining the best functional, interval, cardiovascular, and circuit training regimens into one beast of a workout, the 9Round training program places a great deal of emphasis on results, just like the retired Keebler elves that now live inside Scantron machines.
Doctor of Chiropractic Justin Snider is a big believer in corrective care. At Carolina Upper Cervical Center, he offers screenings, corrective exercises, and nutritional counseling to help his patients avoid illness and injury. In addition to preventative care, Dr. Snider also performs traditional chiropractic adjustments. Patients come in to be treated for a variety of complaints, from migraines to chronic pain and sports injuries, and leave knowing that Dr. Snider has taken their overall wellness into account with his whole-body approach.
Led by three doctors and a family nurse practitioner, Simpsonville Family Medicine builds on its traditional medical roots with technologically advanced aesthetic treatments. Laser hair removal shares space on the service menu with IPL photorejuvenation, which the doctors can tailor to treat sun spots, reduce the appearance of veins, or minimize fine lines. To help its clients maintain youthful-looking skin at home, the staff recommends selections from an inventory of SkinMedica products.
Nationally certified colon hygienist Phyllis has been helping her clients at Internal Fitness lose weight, feel better, and make a commitment to well-being for nearly 10 years. In addition to colon-hydrotherapy treatments, Internal Fitness offers detoxifying infrared-sauna sessions and ionic footbaths.
At Kettlebell Explosion, fitness fanatic and HKC-certified instructor Keith Rodgers channels his Russian-style training to lead students through intense kettlebell workouts. During half-hour beginner sessions, small groups of up to 10 participants cast off calories in concert through basic and intermediate movements using only the cast-iron weight of a kettlebell. The brief, high-energy nature of each training session facilitates functional strength gain but also helps students develop core strength and the cardiovascular capacity needed to complete marathons on the ocean floor. Additionally, kettlebell-only sessions equip students with enough swinging, cleaning, and snatching experience to eventually move on to more advanced workouts. For upcoming classes, attendees can check Kettlebell Explosion's full schedule.
The staff of Total Fitness, led by husband-and-wife team Emery and Wendy Williams, offers no shortage of ways to get fit. Aside from the more than 50 pieces of aerobic equipment and more than 40 fitness classes a week, including Zumba classes, Total Fitness also offers plenty of free weights, a pool, and an indoor track. After a workout is complete, exercisers can relax in a cedar sauna or a steam room, or grab a snack at the onsite café and juice bar.