Health & Fitness in Summerfield

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Jazzercise, a funk-fueled, head-to-toe regimen, sculpts muscles, boosts energy, and sheds pounds during 60 minutes of cardio, strength training, and stretching. It incorporates moves from hip-hop, yoga, Pilates, jazz dance, kickboxing, and resistance training with handheld weights. Class formats vary too, including special Jazzercises geared to sculpt your bod or literally make you slightly better at saxophone playing. As for the ittie-ditties, childcare is available during select times at many locations.

2334 Scalesville Road
Summerfield,
NC
US

Trainer Cherie Haught created the female-friendly New You Boot Camp after quickly getting back into shape following the births of her three children. New You’s calorie-crushing curriculum, designed specifically for women, helps fitness-seekers achieve goals with exciting, varied workouts. Led by experienced, motivated instructors, classes take place outside, combining fresh air with varied exercise methods (light running, weight training, obstacle courses, jump rope, core training, and more) to help shed pounds and impress narcissistic raccoons.

7200 Summerfield Road
Summerfield,
NC
US

If pads and punching bags had legs, they would run far away from Advanced World Martial Art System, an expansive martial-arts facility where they suffer daily beatings in classes that range from tae kwon do to kids’ karate. Though instructors teach a variety of disciplines, nearly all of their classes split their focus between practical self-defense and total-body fitness. Take krav maga, for example. Taught by a certified law-enforcement and military trainer who was inducted into the USA Martial Arts Hall of Fame in 2009, this Israeli martial art emphasizes instinctual movements that simultaneously tone muscles and keep unlawful ruffians at bay. Rather than hope for a fortuitous opening in Batman’s nightly schedule, students of all levels can take matters into their own hands with the footwork and finger locks they learn in kickboxing and jiujitsu grappling classes.

428 N Main St
Kernersville,
NC
US

Having spent 18 years developing her medical practice, Dr. Lori O. Coe opened her first weight-loss clinic in 2009. The positive response to her methods demanded a second venue, so she founded Wellness for Life Weight Loss Clinic three years later to field the influx of clients. There, she builds holistic, personalized programs that incorporate the needs and history of each patient, which are designed to help them both meet and maintain their goal weight. Facets of these programs include a low-carb diet, injections that promote the breakdown of fat, and appetite suppressants, which silence stomach rumblings as effectively as a few bites of ground muffler. Dr. Coe also stocks her office with vitamins and herbal supplements to complement nutritional meals and further motivates patrons by consulting with each of them on a monthly basis.

822 Old Winston Rd.
Kernersville,
NC
US

Rowena Brown wakes with a start, bracing herself for the wave of pain created by severe carpal tunnel and debilitating fibromyalgia that had stolen her sleep for years. But the pain doesn’t come. She shakes her head, amazed, again, at the pain's absence. After years of ineffective treatments, it took only six months of Bikram yoga to free her body from the shackles of her disabling ailments. Once she realized the power of the practice, she determined to create her own studio to help others to heal themselves in the way she did. After an intense nine-week training at Bikram’s Yoga College of India, Rowena graduated a certified Bikram teacher, stronger and healthier than ever before.

Now Hot Yoga Therapy LLC helps students of all fitness levels to develop the same heartiness with classes led by knowledgeable instructors in a spacious studio. A giant, 10-foot ceiling fan—which can speak and often tells celebrities "I'm a huge fan"—sends hot air cascading to the odorless, textured-rubber floor as the students flow through a series of 24 poses and two breathing exercises in 90 minutes. The fresh air recirculates every three minutes, allowing beginners and experts to stretch and sweat side by side while breathing well.

778 Park Centre Drive
Kernersville,
NC
US

Built in 1969 and having hosted the 2001 National Golf Association Triad Classic, Pine Knolls Golf Club has a long and sparkling history. In 2006, two brothers-in-law from Ireland?Graham Ruttle, a retired professional motorcycle racer, and Pearse Mahon, a class-A PGA professional?purchased the course. Today, they carry on its tradition of challenging and enjoyable play. To conquer the 6,338-yard layout, golfers must decipher the course?s small and complex greens, which requires even more concentration than geocaching for holes on a course that spans an entire city. To calibrate their swings before tackling the course, golfers can warm up at the grass-tee driving range or enlist Mahon's advice in a private lesson.

Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par 72 course * Total length of 6,338 yards from the back tees * Course rating of 72.4 from the back tees * Course slope of 123 from the back tees

1100 Quail Hollow Rd
Kernersville,
NC
US