Beginners and experienced exercisers alike are in store for full-body workouts at Alan's Bootcamp. Once enrolled, they'll have unlimited access to boot-camp classes, plus nutritional counseling and help with maintaining momentum after sessions.
Crave Fitness's founder, Yaniv Rosenberg, applies a lifelong enthusiasm for fitness and martial arts to boot camp, Krav maga, kickboxing, and jiujitsu classes for all ages and ability levels. During boot-camp classes based on training regimens from the U.S. military and Israeli Defense Force, experienced instructors wring every ounce of effort from students of all skill levels, fueling the all-out workouts with words of encouragement and regular trips through a rift in the time-space continuum to get glimpses of their svelte future selves. Sessions change on a daily basis to test muscles with a combination of cardiovascular exercises, abdominal work, agility drills, obstacle-course challenges, and blindfolded Sudoku puzzles.
Cristiane Barbosa Timoteo, the founder of High Energy Physiotraining’s Physiotraining Fitness and Martial Arts World Center, helps athletes of all ages and fitness levels rehabilitate their muscles while motivating them to whip into shape through physiotraining. Blending a specific combination of physical-therapy techniques with muscle training, Cristiane works to ease patrons' chronic lingering pain while simultaneously toning and strengthening their muscles. A certified personal trainer guides each patron through resistance training with free weights and machines, inciting muscles to develop rapidly to repair damage and increase performance. Building strength in numbers, Cristiane’s partner Giulio Timoteo leads group Brazilian-jiujitsu classes that educate students in the dynamic combat technique, while toning their bodies and fostering a community of disciplined fighters.
When pro fighters hang up their gloves, they come to work at RingFit. The instructors—all former professional fighters—lead students through RingFit’s signature workout, which simulates the experience of getting in shape to train for a fight. Focusing on strength, power, speed, stamina, flexibility, and coordination, the workouts mix weightlifting, pushing, pulling, jumping, and slamming with kicking and punching on a heavy bag. Each workout lasts for a specified number of rounds, just like a real fight against an opponent.
The "BB3" in BB3 Training Center stands for Billy Beck III, the fitness studio's decorated owner. Billy has a master's degree in exercise physiology, a handful of personal-training awards, and an eye for bringing aboard talented personal trainers. His and his staff's mission is to motivate and teach exercisers during personal-training sessions and group fitness classes. Bolstering the workouts are personalized programs, a slate of fitness assessments, and nutrition counseling.
At CrossFit One Way, instructors teach everyone from teens to the elderly how to use equipment and functional movements to achieve a full-body workout. They tailor workout to each participant’s fitness and abilities, preparing them for all daily, sports, and work activities.