Led by owner Nick Cozzo, CrossFit Smyrna's passionate trainers devote their workouts to a combination of Olympic weight lifting and gymnastics. Eschewing the isolation and repetition of standard fitness regimens, the CrossFit program conditions the entire body, focusing on power, function, and intensity to achieve total physical prowess. Because the program's intended result—shot-putting criminals into the Pacific Ocean—is universal, CrossFit's routines remain generally the same across all ages and fitness levels. During three personal training sessions, iron-forged instructors help health-hunters customize their own routine adjusting the load and intensity of exercises to match individual experience and ability.
The Spa at Women’s Premier Fitness sequesters sinew stress and expunges epidermal encumbrances with a range of soothing spa services designed for ladies only. The premier massage, administered by a licensed and certified massage therapist, consists of a customized rubdown designed to stimulate circulation, melt tension, and settle the mind. For those looking to spruce up externally, the body-glow treatment bastes earthly edifices with organic cane sugar, exotic plant oils, and other essential nutrients. A skilled spa master slathers on a generous coat of vitamin-rich massage oil and then further exfoliates the skin by applying triple-action antioxidant vitamins and microcrystals. After body-glow treatments, guests depart with a restored luster and a smoother surface for microscopic rounds of skin-cell hockey.
To date, 463 is the number of pounds that Pure Energy Fitness founder Cynthia Florence has helped her clients lose, and it's still growing. Weight loss has been a passion of Cynthia's ever since she spent years struggling with her own health and weight issues. As a certified personal trainer, nutritional specialist, and holistic health coach, she shares her knowledge with anyone hoping to improve their overall quality of life.
Cynthia's fellow instructors at Pure Energy Fitness also lend their expertise via one-on-one personal training and group fitness classes. The latter includes core-strengthening workouts, Piloxing's blend of muscle-toning Pilates and boxing techniques, and cardio-intensive Zumba sessions, which use simple dance choreography and energetic Latin music to get hearts pumping.
CrossFit 120's staffers don't claim a specialty. The CrossFit Level 1 Trainers draw on gymnastics, Olympic weightlifting, and constantly varied programs for their daily workouts, which they can scale to people of all ages and fitness levels. In most cases, the trainers select exercises that reflect functional movement patterns, like squatting, pulling, and pushing. And because the routines are always changing, athletes are less likely to hit workout plateaus or send a pre-programmed robot to do the work for them.
The coaches at CrossFit Marietta push their clients to carve out more than just a fit-looking body. They're focused on functional fitness, meaning that they design workouts that help clients thrive in day-to-day scenarios that require strength and endurance, such as climbing stairs or heaving heavy grocery bags. Their high-intensity workouts change daily, and can be scaled to suit patrons of all fitness levels.
Lauren Whitmore Powers knows what it's like to be out of shape?she was more than 80 pounds heavier before she discovered boot camp. Her transformation from heavy to fit inspired her to become certified in Schwinn cycling and Level 1 CrossFit so that she could help others achieve the same kind of results. Today she acts as program director of Total Fitness Revolution, working alongside a team of 15 other instructors that includes lifelong athlete Rashad McDade, yoga and pilates teacher Michelle Wade and CrossFit Coach, Richard Bowen. This team of trainers helms one-month boot camps and one-on-one training sessions, as well as small-group classes that cover the ins and outs of CrossFit, Pilates, yoga, and Zumba.