Quick Gym Utah is a High Intensity, Short Duration Workout Center. In 10 minutes you can get a full body workout that will provide you with cardio conditioning, muscle strengthening, muscle toning, calorie burning and flexibility/stretching. Easy enough for the elderly and yet tough enough for expert athlete!
Body4Change’s fleet of experienced instructors helps guests to liquidize fat with boot camps and personal-training sessions, structuring all workouts around resistance training, cardiovascular exercise, and nutrition. During boot camps, the trainers provide a no-nonsense environment in which guests focus on a different set of muscles each day, rotating between legs, arms, and second sets of arms to avoid body burnout and muscle ennui. They'll also customize workout stratagems in personal-training sessions that equip exercisers with moves tailored to individual goals and abilities.
If visitors to The Lab Health and Fitness Studio need inspiration to get in shape, all they need to do is look at the staff. The chiseled experts boast myriad fitness accomplishments, among them an Ironman triathlete and a personal trainer to Olympic athletes. During both individual and group training sessions, the staff leads participants through workouts that burn calories, boost endurance, and tone limbs and torsos. They also offer a variety of yoga modalities, including aerial yoga, restorative yoga, and power yoga. Post-workout, clients can visit the onsite massage therapists to address aches, muscle tension, and stress.
Unlike jumping onto a treadmill, Fit Club Utah’s exercises require a little briefing. The instructor may explain, for example, just what one does with the giant sledgehammer resting on a recalcitrant-looking truck tire. But once the tutorials are through, students jump into high-octane action, swinging the hammer through the air and flipping the tire end over end to build rippling muscle and amp up cardio strength. To keep the sessions engaging, instructors create new routines, filled with box jumps and sprinting, and modify exercises to each client’s individual fitness level or desire not to sweat in their workout tuxedo.
SLC Fit Collective, founded by fitness guru Carrie Cox, focuses on women's athleticism and well-being. The six instructors, including Carrie herself, lead a combination of boot-camp, dance, and martial arts classes. They keep classes small—no more than 15 students in each—so they can dole out plenty of personal attention. The exercises work to carve long and lean muscle, but also emphasize building confidence in one's own strength and abilities.