MoveUSA helps clients get in shape with the assistance of one of the all-time great workout tools: the Internet. MoveUSA's user-friendly site strive to take some hassle out of planning fitness routines and save patrons cash at the same time, granting members a "passport" that opens up a world of fitness options. After browsing the available courses and activities in their area, from hot yoga classes to parkour runs, clients pick and choose what goes on their "move list," paying for only the events they choose to attend. Designed to suit various lifestyles, the site's plans range from ? la carte?style, with clients paying a reduced rate for each activity, to unlimited plans that allows for as many workouts as your sneakers can take before turning to dust.
Elite Bodies owner and certified trainer J. Ellis Jones utilizes his training as a kickboxer, a football player, and a tae-kwon-do expert to temper his clients’ mental fortitude and physical prowess on weights and exercise machines. Whereas one-on-one or boot-camp sessions tone and hone muscles, professional nutrition and weight-loss counseling melts fat cells like they're a snowman reading a steamy love letter under a lamp. To ensure long-term success, Elite Bodies' certified personal trainers customize clients' individual programs and track their progress along the way. Full-length mirrors allow guests to keep tabs on their form, and unlike a restaurant staffed by lazy robots, the small, private studio ensures that patrons never have to wait for machines.
It all began with a party. When Z Club NY co-founder Claudia Salem was invited by business partner Edmee Cherdieu D?Alexis to a Zumba party at S.O.B.?s in New York, she was expecting a fun and invigorating workout. But the passion and energy emanating from the crowd made her realize that she was witnessing something more. Claudia and Edmee strive to recreate that same atmosphere at every Z Club location, by employing personable customer service reps, maintaining pristine facilities, and scheduling seven different Zumba variations. The schedule includes classes held seven days a week and a regular series of events.
Certified personal trainer Kimora Link fights inactivity with compassion. Whether he's leading a group boot-camp class or a private workout, he exemplifies patience, thoroughly explaining each exercise and helping his clients to properly position their bodies. He adheres to "progression philosophy"?the belief that everyone should build muscle at their own pace, instead of syncing their reps to underdog-movie training-montage scenes. His programs, therefore, accommodate all ages and fitness levels. With calisthenics courses, six-week wellness regimens, and youth conditioning plans in his fitness arsenal, he helps to motivate clients to adopt long-term healthy habits.
The Foxy Fitness and Pole studio pulses with music during pole-dancing and pole-fitness classes held throughout the week. Maintaining small class sizes to ensure individual training for each student, instructors teach sensual movements and fitness techniques that can strengthen muscles, burn calories, and boost self-confidence enough that students can walk down streets with their eyes closed. Private classes allow students to train by themselves or with groups of up to five friends. In addition to classes, the studio hosts a live show on Friday evenings, where seasoned dancers dazzle audiences with original aerial pole-dance routines.
Its rapid rise chronicled in in Forbes, Men’s Journal, and a parcel of other press, Hiking Yoga has sent massive waves of invigorated bliss washing up and down the west coast since its 2009 founding. Each of its outdoor excursions melds the cardio workout of hiking with the stretching and measured breaths of yoga. Certified instructors lead pupils through scenic vistas, or, in early-morning sessions, impressionistic dreamscapes, as they alternate between heart-pumping strides and yoga breaks suitable for neophytes and the pretzel-capable alike.