Under the high ceilings of Crank Fitness' 3,000-square-foot studio, fitness fanatics raise heart rates in a wide range of group cardio classes, boot camps, and other body-sculpting programs. With a one-month membership, patrons receive unlimited access to group classes, and free membership renewal within the first month of gym activity. Pulverize smart-talking bags during the studio's high-octane group boxing classes, or sweat out superfluous body matter and negative thoughts during intensive, aerobic group boot-camp sessions. Members can sculpt protoplasm outside of classes on the studio's state-of-the-art fitness equipment, which includes the core-building Vortex Pro-Trainer, an advanced machine that facilitates 360-degree movement and occasional jaunts into other dimensions of the space-time continuum.
Boxing classes at UFC Gym are simply called The Workout—not because they’re the only workout, but because they’re the most famous one. Open to all skill levels, they build the strength, technique, and tenacity necessary to succeed in the ring. Complementary martial-arts courses teach other disciplines, from kickboxing to Brazilian jujitsu to MMA. State-of-the-art weight and cardio equipment rounds out the gym’s offerings, allowing for solo workouts.
Like a delicious stir-fry, Studio Fusion's curriculum is a healthy and often spicy mix of ingredients. An overarching goal to combat boredom guides each session, and supportive instructors monitor their students with personalized guidance, whether they're showcasing a Zumba spin or one of Cardio Kick's rapid-fire jabs. Their classes range from calming mat Pilates and yoga to Cardio Fusion and Zumba Fusion—a Latin-inspired workout intensified by toning exercises and students tying their shoelaces together at the start. The staff also hosts personal-training sessions that continue to prioritize exciting routines, and instructors take their classes on the road for parties and fundraisers.
Jersey Shore Hot Yoga offers classes in 10 different types of yoga plucked from multiple threads of the yoga lineage. Although classes differ in length, selection of poses, and overall approach, each is designed to suit novices and advanced practitioners equally. At the studio, students may take their routine to another level with varying types of hot yoga or stick to more traditional approaches, such as Vinyasa flow.