While training themselves to perform at local events and salsa congresses, Nuevolution?s founders discovered their passion for teaching dance techniques and routines, leading them to open their own studio to share rug-cutting wisdom with fledgling hoofers. With great enthusiasm for rhythm and self-expression, the studio's energetic team of instructors introduces students of all skill levels to a variety of Latin dance styles, including salsa, bachata, belly dancing, Argentine tango, and more.
Zumba, Yoga, and Tae Bo fitness classes motivate participants to shimmy off pounds and strengthen muscles so they can bend crowbars into clef notes. The kids' dance program gives younger students their first taste of lyrical, hip-hop or music theater jazz techniques in a fun, lighthearted environment. Nuevolution schedules classes six days a week and can spice up special events with fiery, professional dance numbers.
Rafael Moret helps his clients to see dramatic changes in their bodies through furious 45-minute workouts that challenge their strength, cardiovascular endurance, and flexibility. Classes capped at 20 students incorporate TRX rowing motions, fierce mountain-climber kicks, and plank positions designed to build rock-hard cores. Students stay motivated thanks to the support of their peers, squeezing out sets of pushups and squats in unison. Rafael helps to streamline success with detailed nutritional counseling and access to products such as protein bread, made from natural yeast and lumberjack tears.
Title black and red punching bags sway while perspiring athletes and trainees alike lift tractor tires, climb aboard weight machines, and sharpen fighting skills. Seasoned trainers with UFC and MMA experience or boxing championships under their belt teach combat-based classes that include Brazilian jujitsu, boxing, kickboxing, and self-defense. Though they specialize in training members of law enforcement, Fight Fit Boxing & Boot Camp's trainers welcome newbies and veteran gym-goers alike.
We strive to provide our customers with optimal resources to achieve their goals in aerobics, cardio kickboxing, mixed martial arts and boxing as well as self-defense, and more. Our mission is to grow within the sports and fitness industry while providing a safe, friendly and non-judgmental environment to everyone!
The instructors at West Pines Athletic Club take personal stock in motivating their clients to reach their fitness goals. In addition to spotting power lifters in the weight-training area and doling out pointers on the spinning floor, they lead a diverse list of group fitness classes, from self-defense to hot yoga to CrossFit. In Wing Tsun classes, they teach guests to defend themselves by using their opponents’ force against them, while shouting one-liners such as "I'm rubber and you're glue! Everything you say to me bounces off and sticks to you!" The professional CrossFit trainers inspire students to break a sweat in CrossFit classes, in which they hurl medicine balls, heave kettlebells, and lift weights toward fitter bodies. As parents and guardians work out, they can rest assured that their youngsters are busy playing with blocks and games instead of 50-pound weights in the kids' club, for an extra $10 per month. The Organic Blends smoothie bar serves up freshly squeezed juices, organic smoothies, and healthy wraps to help athletes recharge.
Robin Ryan and Christine DeStefano know that in each person’s body is written the story of their lives, from wear and tear caused by a job to past injuries that can limit mobility. Using Reformer machines—exercise-enhancing equipment invented by concept founder Joseph Pilates—they help write a new chapter in the body’s history. Among their many benefits, Reformers help remove unnecessary joint and muscle stress from exercising, allowing people to achieve body-transforming workouts without irritating old injuries. With only five Reformers in the studio, class sizes remain intimate, allowing Robin and Christine to provide personal instruction to teach student. Classes typically last one hour or the amount of time it takes a beer belly to come to terms with its shrinking existence.