Since 1978, Brenda Athletic Clubs has stood out from other gyms for its staff?s focus on offering all the amenities of a modern fitness facility while still fostering an inviting atmosphere. Its founder, Al Brenda, believed in fitness programs for all age groups, a mantra that the club continues today with youth fitness programs, including basketball clinics and yoga lessons, as well as a SilverSneakers fitness program for seniors. In addition to tennis, swimming, and standard strength and cardio equipment, the fitness centers supply its members with an ample amount of group classes including cycling, Zumba, and kickboxing.
Their newest location, aptly named Yes You Can!, is designed to be an elite training studio specializing in smaller group classes such as rowing, cross training, and seven more specialty classes.
The upbeat exercise enthusiasts at Kid Time Fitness steer tykes into tip-top shape by leading an array of fun and active recreational classes. Through 40 weekly sessions, the CPR- and first-aid-certified staff helps pintsize patrons of all ages, backgrounds, and experience levels develop new skills and uncover dormant passions, such as dance, gymnastics, yoga, or competitive napping. During For The Boys, instructors teach boys hip hop, tumbling, and breakdancing to a fast-paced beat. Gym-Fit, yoga, hip-hop, cheer, ballet, music, and art round out the roster of classes, which is more jam-packed with activities than Leonardo da Vinci?s secret lab, where to this day he still writes software applications to teach children art lessons. Kid Time Fitness also offers adult programs.
Unless you count watching a Star Trek episode or waiting in line at the DMV, 45 minutes isn't a lot of time to do much of anything. That isn't the case at Combat Zone Fitness. Each of its short, yet intense 45-minute boot-camp?style classes promises to help fitness-seekers burn lots of calories during workouts designed to build strength and endurance. Just one session could entail a blend of cardio, resistance training, and interval training.
Matt Patterson founded Victory Fitness & Training for a simple reason: he’s passionate about fitness’s transformative powers. He shares them with others through women’s-only boot-camp classes, which he conducts in an extremely supportive environment. Patterson works to help his clients reach their fitness goals as well as find self-confidence.
Tina Kelly and Diane Flores, sisters and founders of Venus Pole Fitness, have always preferred doing things together. Throughout their adult years, they attended dance classes and boot camps, constantly in search of an exercise regime that was not only fun but effective. When they discovered pole-dance fitness, they instantly loved it and quickly purchased a pole, stage, and DJ booth packed with pop-music CDs. Their purchases led to the eventual creation of Venus Pole Fitness, where the certified duo teach ladies of all fitness levels and friction coefficients how to spice up their exercise regime and build their confidence through hip swivels and spins.
I Am Yoga Wellness Studio started as a vision of a center where people could come to nourish their bodies, minds, and souls. They employ more than 15 certified instructors who teach more than 30 classes a week in disciplines such as yoga, meditation, Pilates, and tai chi. More than just a yoga studio, the wellness center also harbors a therapy space with four rooms that offer massages, facials, a sauna, and other spa services. Balance, the onsite juice and food bar, nourishes bodies with healthy sandwiches, soups, herbal teas, and fresh juices.