Since 1957, Yankee Trails World Travel has connected upstate New York to the wider world with motor-coach entertainment packages and all-inclusive travel packages. Its fleet of coaches received the highest safety rating from the state Department of Transportation, despite the fact that their buses are not coated in bubble wrap. Each year, travelers embark on hundreds of motor-coach tours to sporting events, casinos, and plays. Air-travel packages zip patrons off to exotic locales, and scenic cruises expose guests to the pristine waters and sandy shores of the Caribbean.
Since its humble beginnings in 1935 as a small health-food store that specialized in yogurt, GNC has evolved into the world's largest specialty retailer of nutritional products. The chain's more than 4,800 retail locations throughout the country stock numerous vitamins and supplements, all of which meet the company's strict standards for truthful labeling, ingredient safety, and product potency. They carry supplements that aid in sports nutrition, protein intake, diet, digestion, and beauty. Equally as dedicated to customers' shopping experiences as it is to product quality, the company created GNC University, an online learning platform, to help staff members bone up on nutrition and fitness knowledge. The knowledgeable sales associates field questions about everything from weight-management plans to stacking supplements for optimum earlobe strength.
55 may be the number in the business's name, but the certified technicians at Laser55 are partial to the number 3. That's because there are three steps to their nonsurgical weight-loss program: Lipo-Light, whole-body vibration, and an amethyst bio-mat. First, patients relax as a technician passes the noninvasive Lipo-Light laser over skin, where it penetrates fat cells and drains them. Then, they step onto the whole-body-vibration platform, which quickly shakes up muscles to trigger contractions that work to burn off the newly liquefied fat. To cap off the three-step treatment, patients lay atop an amethyst bio-mat, which kick-starts the lymphatic system while ionizing the blood to promote detoxification. This helps the body to flush fat from the system long after the appointment ends. While the staff can perform each treatment separately, they recommend their patients go through all three steps, since the laser, vibration platform, and bio-mat all suffer from severe separation anxiety. See client testimonials here.
Using an unconventional process touted by media outlets such as Fox News, The Sadkhin Complex focuses on helping clients lose excess weight by addressing their hunger at its source. More than 20 years of development have formed the Sadkhin Method, the company's natural, drug-free, and non-invasive approach to weight loss.
At its source, the program blends health coaching and nutritional planning with acupressure-influenced patented chrono-stimulation therapy. Using small chrome spheres placed at specific pressure points behind the client's ears, certified Sadkhin practitioners aim to stimulate the hypothalamus—the part of the brain that controls hunger—which can also help you quit envisioning your best friend as a giant slice of pie.
To help clients extend the benefits of this treatment for the long term, the specialists also prescribe an eating plan based on natural foods, which helps synchronize organ function and balance internal systems.
At CrossFit West Hartford, knowledgeable coaches draw from trainings and disciplines such as MMA fighting and college football to get their students fit and healthy. Instructors work hand-in-hand with each trainee to help them understand the science behind each workout, tailoring exercises to each pupil's abilities, whether high-intensity CrossFit sessions or precise Pilates movements.
Registered dietitian Dr. Julie Conner's first brush with dietetics came in 1983, as an intern at Westchester Medical Center. It turns out the experience was a sign of things to come. She has since earned a master's degree in public health from New York Medical College and a doctorate in holistic nutrition from Clayton College of Natural Health?and cofounded Healthy Weighs Wellness Center with her husband, Will.
At Healthy Weighs, the couple and their staff?which includes their son, Doctor of Chiropractic Brian Conner?provide wellness services such as nutrition counseling, spinal adjustments, and massage therapy. To help prevent future injuries without forcing clients to buy an expensive time machine, the team also schedules yoga and reiki classes.