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6844 1st Street
Canutillo,
TX
US

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MY training invites you to step "outside the comfort zone" of traditional programming and find out what it really means to TRAIN! "TWICE THE RESULTS, HALF THE TIME OR DOUBLE YOUR MONEY BACK"

910 Livingston Drive
Santa Teresa,
NM
US

Chris Pedroza doesn’t understand bicep curls and overhead presses. These fabricated movements, after all, aren’t typically found outside the gym, so Pedroza—owner of and trainer at Supreme Assailant—instead encourages his clients to mimic practical moves, like the ones they perform in everyday life, but with a bit more spirit. His 60-minute training sessions are crash courses in strength and endurance. They combine plyometrics and agility drills with resistance training, creating one intense effort to shed weight and sculpt toned muscles. Exercisers of all shapes, sizes, and ability levels can sign up, from those looking to drop their couch-potato flab to bodybuilders who yearn for a workout that doesn’t require a bright-orange spray tan. No matter what shape a client is in, Pedroza customizes classes to each individual by scaling moves up or down, depending on who performs them.

910 Livingston Loop
Santa Teresa,
NM
US

Hot Dog on a Stick Founder Dave Barham opened his first Hot Dog on a Stick in Santa Monica in 1946, and the company has since burgeoned into an employee-owned franchise that's more than 100 eateries strong and spans 11 states. Best known for a 100% turkey hot dog dunked in corn-bread batter made from Dave's mother's recipe and cooked in soy oil, Hot Dog on a Stick also pioneered the dipping and be-sticking of mild american and spicy jalapeño jack cheese. Smiling employees in red-, white-, and blue-striped uniforms with, as Dave put it, "a splash of lemonade," hand over cherry, lime, sugar-free, or original lemonade that they make fresh every two hours by squeezing Ventura County lemons until they cry.

7051 S Desert Blvd
Canutillo,
TX
US

Equipment: Free weights, battling ropes, power rings, heavy bags, bands/chains.

Students should bring: Training attire and mouthpiece recommended for Martial Arts classes.

Average class length: 30-60 minutes

Number of Staff: 1?5 people

Class location: Mix of indoor and outdoor classes

Established: 2013

Registration required: For memberships only; drop-in classes available for one-day fee

Good for beginners: Yes

Guests allowed: Yes

Parking: Parking lot

Q&A with Jamil Saliba, Special Strength Coach

Exercise is challenging, and people frequently give up on their fitness routines. How do you keep clients motivated?

By keeping things fun ... and straight to the point. Nothing is more motivating than results. I myself get bored quickly, so my training is designed to keep interest levels high, which keeps people working hard. But the key word here is 'routine'. That is why people give up, because routine is boring. Dr. Zatsiorsky states that the response of a biological object to a constant given stimulus decreases over time. Why don't people own 10 of the same shirt? Because it would get boring wearing the same thing daily, working out is no different.

Besides working out, what else can clients do to spend their time at your facility?

Well, there are two sides to my gym: the working out and the martial arts. Aside from that, during open gym hours clients can pretty much use the place for anything training related.

What is a typical session of your program or class like for a student?

Warm up, high intensity interval training, special exercises to target lagging muscle groups, cool down.

Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?

I use interval training to raise overall General Physical Preparedness (GPP), strengthen lagging muscle groups, and burn fat. No cardio machines, no Crossfit, just a scientific approach to strength and fitness.

1801 Victory Lane
Sunland Park,
NM
US