Jazzercise provides fun cardio-based fitness classes to a wide variety of students. The classes combine several different workout techniques to help the body burn calories, shed weight and break a sweat. By blending dance and aerobics, as well as strength training and Pilates to name a few, Jazzercise is able to create a 60-minute total body workout. The large studio has wooden floors and a large door that provides exceptional sunlight, while fitness balls, weights and bands help to fill the space. Motivational pictures are hung on the walls as well, getting students to push harder and not give up. Instructors demonstrate from a small platform stage, with a microphone and lead the way as the room is filled with music.
Equipment: CrossFit, MMA, Power Plate, Free Weights, Circuit Training, Cardio
Average class length: 60 minutes
Number of Staff: More than 25 people
Class location: Mix of indoor and outdoor classes
Registration required: No
Good for beginners: Yes
Guests allowed: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
Pro Tip: We have a talented, caring team of instructors that will provide a great workout for all levels.
"We are the only gym in Las Vegas to receive the prestigious Conde Nast Five Star distinction, and have one of the largest CrossFit facilities in the world." That's how manager Robert Garza describes City Athletic Club, and indeed the facility is impressive. Its 48,000 square feet house a range of workout equipment and group exercise studios, as well as places to relax, including a sauna and hot tub. Yet despite this encyclopedic collection of fitness gear, City Athletic Club doesn't really look like a gym. It takes on more of a night club vibe, just with less sweating. White couches wait right inside the doors, soft neon lights drape in front of spinning machines, and a row of bar stools sits along counters near the front desk?the perfect place to sip a beverage from the smoothie cafe.
Building useful, practical strength is what students work toward when they step into City Athletic Club. The gym's team of coaches lead classes that emphasize strengthening "primal" movement patterns?movements humans perform every day, such lifting a bag of groceries, or placing a heavy box on Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's head.
In the name of building functional strength, the team has filled nearly every inch of City Athletic Club's 48,000 square feet with something to lift, toss, tackle, punch, or swing on. When not hefting kettle-bells or swinging sledge hammers, students can step into the MMA training cage or stroke laps down the 25-meter swimming pool. Afterward, saunas, hot tubs, and steam rooms await to ease sore muscles or draw out toxins.
At PFC CrossFit, there are no shortcuts or gimmicks, and goals are reached the old-fashioned way: through hard work. Every session poses a set of different challenges built around a pre-determined workout. One day, exercisers might incorporate box jumps and pull-ups, and the next, they might have to hit the deck while battling through rounds of burpees. No matter the workout, PFC’s certified trainers lead with expertise and intensity. Small class sizes make for a more personalized experience, allowing those trainers to work one-on-one and quiz exercisers with multiplication tables when they are most tired.
Las Vegas Iron House prides itself on being a no-nonsense gym, the kind of place where a bodybuilder could prepare for an upcoming competition. Its mirror-lined interior is furnished with Hammer Strength equipment, cardio machines, and more free weights than Paul Bunyan's basement. For exercisers who want some instruction and direction, the facility employs a team of seasoned trainers to lead FitX interval class training and boot-camp classes, including a bodybuilder, a fitness model, and a FitX interval class training level one trainer and mother of two.
Constant repetition isn't the best way to enhance fitness results. Camp Rhino's fitness courses emphasize variation above all else, whether that means tackling the CrossFit WOD (workout of the day), participating in boot camps scaled to individual ability levels, or preparing for different tasks on the obstacle course. Rhino's 10,700-square-foot facility houses myriad strength training equipment and a full multilevel obstacle course designed to prepare clients for mud runs, obstacle races, and awkward job interviews. Boot camps include outdoor portions as well, where gym-goers throw logs and pull tires to build muscle.