The ten floor-to-ceiling brass poles in Aradia Fitness?s studio don?t just support the ceiling?they also play supporting roles in the studio?s pole-dancing classes. Spanning 10 levels, the courses can introduce sensual movement and pole basics or focus on advanced maneuvers, such as spins and inversions. The certified instructors round out their course offerings with sultry, pole-free workouts, such as twerking classes, split training, and chair dance, in which participants take turns gracefully sitting on each other.
SmartPath's indoor boot camp is designed to motivate fitness seekers to reach personal goals through vigorous and varied exercises backed by positive reinforcement and encouragement from staff. Boot campers seeking weight loss and overall health engage in a variety of workouts that annihilate calories, eradicate fat, and strengthen cores without necessitating a titanium corset. During the four weeks of camp, participants kick out any lethargy while fortifying their cardio with kickboxing and hack away at the humdrum with resistance training. With a slew of exercises all involved in a single routine, the classes offer total body toning in a fun, group setting.
Survivor Bootcamp is a total body conditioning program that incorporates strength training, Cardio, kickboxing, body weight exercises, pylometrics, stretching etc to help you lose weight and tone up. You can lose up to 10 pounds and 6 inches in one month. SBC is for both men and women of all ages and fitness levels.
The skilled instructors at Spynga The Yoga and Cycling Studio's north and south studios whip patrons of all ages and abilities into lithe, limber shape while draining worry from stress-bloated minds with schedules of cardio and yoga classes. Online schedules for both studios provide class times and online signup. A one-month unlimited pass unlocks four weeks worth of kinetic sessions including signature spyngaFlow classes, which unite the muscle-stretching moves of yoga with the quad-bolstering peddling and stationary wheelie popping of indoor cycling. Awash in the glow of candles and sweat, students in the one-hour spyngaFlow by Candlelight class power static velocipedes during a vigorous 30-minute cycling session before retreating to their mats for a 30-minute yoga flow and cool-down session.
Amid the tranquil, moss-green walls of a studio awash in natural light, Olive Tree Yoga and Pilates Studio’s agile instructors impart years of posing savvy on students through yoga and Pilates classes. Benders can engage in sweat-inducing sun saluting with an Ashtanga yoga class that guides bodies through a three-part sequence of postures designed to hone breath awareness, core strength, and impressions of famous Slinkys. During the Pilates class, pupils employ Stott Pilates practices to chisel wilting midsections into iron-mimicking abdominals while stockpiling physical strength and endurance. A hybrid of Ashtanga’s ebullient energy and the core-strengthening exercises of Pilates, the Yoga Pilates class enables bodies and souls to engage in tandem workouts. Students can bring their own mats or borrow one from the studio, eliminating the need to tranquilize a low-flying magic carpet before class. Peruse the online schedule for class times and days.
Jesse Richardson and Steve Bettencourt's nearly five decades in martial-arts training began at a young age. Jesses started when he was just 11 years old, according to an interview with the Ontario Grappling Alliance. "When I started to get involved in martial arts, I really did find a camaraderie and a type of brotherhood, if you will, with the people that I trained with," he told OGA. "And a certain mentoring through my instructors, somebody to look up to and guide me in a positive direction in order to get through some very serious hardships in my life." Jesse overcame those hardships, eventually going on to train beneath top professional fighters and earn four black belts. Today, he wants to help his own students do the same. He and his team offer an enriching environment in which to learn not only brazilian ju-jitsu—a grappling-focused style free of strikes, punches, and kicks that Jesse studied while living in Brazil—but also muay thai, boxing, and mixed martial arts, among other styles. Steve has used his passion for martial arts to help teach students his favorite techniques, specializing in Muay Thai and strength conditioning.
In addition to fighting-focused classes, the instructors strive to help students lose weight and tone trouble spots during boot-camp conditioning classes, which blend aerobics, boxing, and, just like real military boot camps, martial arts moves set to energizing techno songs played on a bugle. During private training sessions, they calibrate tailored programs for each client, taking the time to truly educate them for long-term health as they challenge them with each workout.