During your two personal training sessions, one of ZX Fitness’ experienced personal trainers will work with you to assemble exercises that help you best accomplish your fitness goals, be they tightening your core, shedding extra pounds, improving muscular strength, or picking winning bingo cards. Then you’ll be let loose to use your newfound knowledge and six-week pass during all ZX Fitness group fitness classes and in its fully-loaded facility, which has cardio decks, basketball courts, free weights, large locker rooms, circuit training equipment, juice bars, a supervised children’s area, and more. Group fitness classes, of which there are more than 20, include cycling, dance, kickboxing, yoga, Pilates, and strength training. Unwind after a day of sweating and stretching by watching a sports game on one of the many HDTVs, or warm your socks while dehydrating fresh prunes in the sauna. Class schedules differ at each location.
Inches Away Salon and Day Spa's professional staff swaddles clients in body-slimming bandages to help them to possibly lose 6–20 inches after a one-hour treatment. During a Slendertone body wrap, spa specialists gently wrap clients in mineral-soaked elastic bandages that help to expel irksome inches caused by metabolic waste, water retention, and mylar balloons accidentally swallowed at surprise parties. Spa-goers will perform a sequence of light exercises during the treatment to increase slenderization and improve circulation. The wrap can detoxify bodies, reduce the appearance of cellulite, and inject nutrients into soul husks faster than sleeping atop a salad bar.
If the boxing ring and punching bags don't give away GymOne's focus, the staff will. The gym's trainers include boxer and mixed-martial-arts fighter Timothy Parker, martial artist Paul Booe, and boxer Jared Robinson, a talented light welterweight who was ranked number two in his division by USA Boxing in 2008. Together, they manage an array of fitness programs for fighters and athletes alike, including boxing, boot camps, personal training, and grueling OneFit cross-training classes that are designed to improve athletic abilities such as strength and speed.
Lisa Chappelle, known as Sati to her students and the yogis who taught her, opened Lahiri Yoga Center as an extension of her passion for yoga. In addition to earning a 500-hour teaching certification through Yoga Alliance, she logged more than 1,200 hours of traditional study and has even trained others to become instructors in their own right. She, and her staff, teach eight kinds of yoga classes tailored to all skill levels, with some sessions modified specifically for the elderly or injured. They also make extensive use of the teaching of Joseph Pilates, conduct mat exercise classes and using his signature apparatuses to enhance the core engagement and stretching of Pilates exercises.
Members at Curves, a fitness center designed exclusively for women, rotate around a circuit of hydraulic resistance machines that have been designed to work with female bodies and promote weight loss, protect against osteoporosis, and deal with arthritis. Instead of fiddling with weight stacks and losing momentum, the hydraulic machines use an individual's own body weight, fitness level, and aerodynamic water bottle to create resistance that matches abilities, decreasing the risk of soreness or injury.
In Motion Fitness builds comprehensive programs to inject clients straight into the beating heart of their fitness goals. Its staggering roster of services surrounds pain, obesity, high cholesterol, and other blights on good health and attacks them from all angles with physical training, online nutrition programs, exercise-program prescriptions, and scientifically calibrated fitness assessments. Although the entire staff holds physical-education degrees and licenses, their wildly divergent backgrounds range from arena-football coaching to zoology, and they bring their unique perspectives into personal training, group fitness classes, physical therapy, and massage. The staff's exercise philosophy combines the principles of corrective exercise with traditional methods such as pushups or dodging meteors to create regimens that not only make the body stronger but do it safely and scientifically.
Body Rock Boot Camp’s Zach Hulce is a certified personal training and professional motivator who started his athletic career with collegiate football. After a few years on the team, he decided to dedicate himself to helping others with their athletic betterment. To achieve this, he started to train athletes, and soon graduated to leading small group fitness classes, and finally to opening Body Rock Boot Camp. During his boot-camp sessions, Zach aims to help participants of all fitness levels get into shape by leading them through intense interval training that combines bursts of cardio with strength and flexibility training. He incorporates nutritional coaching into his classes to help students keep healthy outside the gym.