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Randy Brown was overweight and felt uncomfortable with his body. When a friend encouraged him to try boot camp, he reluctantly joined. Through hard work and with support from his instructor, he transformed his body and felt better than ever before. Today, Randy is a certified personal trainer and wants to help others do what his instructor helped him to do years ago: get in shape, gain confidence, and whistle Beethoven's Symphony no. 9. Through the years, he has grown Brown's Boot Camp from one class of 25 students to 14 different camps, and some of his students have gone on to become personal trainers themselves, which speaks to the success of his workout regimen and the camp's communal atmosphere. Randy's program focuses on improving total fitness, which not only includes strength, cardio, and flexibility but also nutritional counseling.
12775 East Mary Ann Cleveland Way
Vail,
AZ
US
Before getting married, Tony and Marcy Brown both held impressive fitness records. Tony moved from a personal-training career to teaching yoga, and Marcy—a seasoned law-enforcement officer and former owner of a personal-training studio—kept her finger firmly on the pulse of gym trends. The pair decided to captain CrossFit Purgatory after becoming convinced of CrossFit's superiority over other popular health regimens. Now, they welcome guests of all ages and abilities to participate in their WODs (Workouts of the Day), emphasizing the values of community and commitment for those trying to rewrite their physical limits. CrossFit Purgatory rejects superfluous furnishings in favor of a tough, minimalist vibe, decked out in functional training equipment such as kettlebells, Olympic rings, medicine balls, and mammoth bones. The gym's industrial feel is offset by the warmth of its occupants, who welcome new members to tackle the day's routine with open, sweaty arms. Because CrossFit maneuvers are universally scalable, anyone can adjust them to suit their strength level—the coaches have guided patrons from sports competitors to complete newbies to 2010 Biggest Loser contestant Jessica Delfs.
4500 E Speedway Blvd
Tucson,
AZ
US
Andrew Clark started his career at Performance Executive Fitness as a front-desk clerk. He put in the work, getting a personal-training certification and honing his rehabilitation skills as a trainer—dedication that resulted in his current position as gym owner. Andrew now leads a staff of trainers and consultants that help him chart custom fitness and nutrition services ranging from private workout sessions and sport camps to small-group conditioning programs. Each program focuses on helping clients achieve sound physical functioning, including functional-movement screenings and oiling joints with Powerade. Multiple media sources have highlighted the efficacy of Andrew's regimens, which took The Morning Blend's reporter Alex Miranda from a 125-pound bench press to 165 pounds in three months. Clients can enjoy the benefit of this expertise without disappearing into the crowd, since the gym has a member cap of 200 to prevent overcrowding and cultivate an atmosphere of community support and camaraderie.
2951 N Swan Rd, Ste 101
Tucson,
AZ
US
Like a map, Parsons Training has many different roads, and each is laid out to land its travelers in a healthier place than where they started out. One of the facility's roads pushes athletes to perform better; another gets clients back on their feet with rehabilitative training following an injury. Parsons also designs some of its offerings with a more general appeal in mind. Its collection of group fitness classes, for instance, features options geared toward women and exercisers aged 55 or older. There's also the Warrior Fit class, an intense workout that incorporates plyometrics, kettlebells, and other techniques.
6420 E Broadway, Suite B-110
Tucson,
AZ
US
SWAT Fitness began their approach to "Strength Wellness Athletic Training" back in 1997 with a new workout known as boot camp. In recent years, the boot camp approach to fitness has quickly gained traction?and owner Jana Beutler will tell you that they were the ahead of the curve by offering kettle bells and Crossfit classes as well. These days, more than 15 years later, SWAT Fitness still takes the same approach; its personal trainers work closely with clients to work out, eat right, and develop good habits for improving overall health.
3820 S Palo Verde Rd
Tucson,
AZ
US
For more than 15 years, Jodi Schroeder has made it her mission to introduce people to her passion: yoga. Jodi, the owner of Hot Yoga Tuscon, works with fellow instructor Kim Crone, leading experienced yoga practitioners and those new to the practice alike though sequences that clear the mind and ground the body. In rooms heated to 100?104 degrees and set at 40% humidity, muscles grow warm and stretch more deeply. It's not the only benefit: sweating helps to release toxins from the body, and sense-memory centers convince the mind it's really inside a Costa Rican jungle or a luxurious Floridian bowl of water.
6536 East Tanque Verde Road
Tucson,
AZ
US
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