Fitness 101’s owner and program director, Sean Millhouse, knows how to help clients achieve their fitness goals. An ACE-certified personal trainer for 14 years and co-author of the recent book The Fad Free Fitness Formula, Sean ignites weight-loss regimens with a boot-camp program that gets hearts pumping, muscles lifting, and minds daydreaming of a future in modeling with high-octane, metabolic-based training. The certified trainers apply a two-pronged attack against unwanted weight by supplementing boot camp with nutritional guidance and recipes. Bootcamps are held indoors in an air-conditioned gym, that uses tools such as battle ropes, kettlebells, and suspension trainers.
The staff at Air National of Tampa understands the importance of air. Besides powering basketball sneakers, air can also have a direct effect on your comfort. The EPA-certified technicians inspect heating and cooling systems as well as duct and pipe insulation. The technicians, many of whom have been on the job for more than two decades, also install air-filtration systems to keep homes pollutant-free and perform preventative services to help keep homes temperate throughout the year.
Each day at Meals Fit 4 Life Spring, the kitchen staff packages freshly made breakfast, lunch, and dinner dishes for pick-up. Cooks keep meals healthy by avoiding preservatives and using lean meats in dishes such as Ray's breakfast tacos with ground turkey, eggs, and salsa. The juice bar's stock of organic fruits and vegetables supplies diners with healthy juices or more challenging material to incorporate into their juggling routines.
Great Harvest Bread Company’s bakers craft a heart-healthy assortment of whole-grain breads and baked goods using freshly ground flour. Each month, a newly designed menu allows the team to employ the season's freshest ingredients and harvest the warmest loaves from bread-bearing trees, including cinnamon-raisin-walnut swirl, white chocolate cranberry swirl, and Mediterranean olive loaves.
The professional teachers and staff at The Children’s Courtyard nurture minds and nourish spirits in tots ranging from 6 weeks to 13 years old. Armed with training they receive at The Children’s Courtyard’s unique master schools, they lead engaging programs in interactive classrooms, most of which brim with computers equipped with up to 50 learning programs. Class participants play games, sing songs, and interact with friends, which allows them to learn valuable skills in cognition, conflict resolution, and academic performance through activities geared toward their age group. Regular programs inspire little minds in half- and full-day increments, and summer camps take kids on field trips to see new animals at the zoo, sing a song at a recording studio, and muse over the complex metaphors for the role of capitalism in a local fairy-tale play.