As an adolescent, Beth Levine wrestled with body image issues?a battle that turned dangerous when she developed bulimia. But today, Beth is not only a registered nurse, she?s also a healthy athlete, avid dancer, and owner of The Dance Treatment Rx. Here, she offers a healthy way to stay fit without the pressure of competition. Zumba and Pilates classes naturally foster wellness in a fun, laid-back environment. Beth also teaches Fitness in a Chair classes, using her certifications as a Health Fitness Professional and Cancer Exercise trainer to provide work outs for those with conditions such as arthritis or obesity, or other conditions that make standing difficult.
Not everyone who walks into a gym has the same fitness goal. Some might desire a total-body transformation, while others might just be looking to break out of a workout rut with a new class. Tropical Fitness understands this, and thus caters to both ends of the exercise spectrum. The center's weight-loss program includes a trainer and a nutritionist, ideal for members who are trying to lose major pounds. Members also gain access to top-of-the-line fitness equipment and group classes ranging from cycling to yoga.
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knows how easy it can be to make excuses when it comes to exercise. That's why the instructors have taken great pains to curate a line-up that features fitness classes that are fun, effective, and offered at convenient times. The schedule includes classes such as Zumba, Piyo, Turbo Kick, vinyasa yoga, and many more, ensuring there is a style of workout to suit every taste. And, best of all, classes are offered as late as 8 p.m. on weekdays to accommodate busy schedules.
Since its founding 15 years ago, Synergy Fitness has advocated for wholesome lifestyle changes through rounded programs and guidance. Rather than setting their members adrift in a sea of befuddling equipment, their nationally certified lifestyle coaches equip them with the planning tools to forge healthy habits both during and beyond workouts. Their advice can cover exercise, nutrition, and endurance, emphasizing the importance of variety in any health regimen. They keep abreast of the abreast of the fitness world's most recent developments with mandatory classes in their areas of specialization—which include diet, yoga, and MMA.
On the gym floor, machines from Hammer Strength and Life Fitness whir along with limbs, and individual television screens on some machines threaten patrons with footage of their grade-school choir solos if they don't keep jogging. Group fitness classes at certain locations take advantage of indoor cycles and boot-camp drills to condition physiques, and MMA programs tutor muay thai, kickboxing, and jujitsu.
Located at the borderline of Queens and Nassau in Long Island, RhythmZ Studio Dance & Fitness believes that when clients are having fun, they're motivated to keep up their fitness routines. At this vibrantly painted, Zumba-oriented fitness studio, classes are designed to feel more like dance parties than workouts. Students can take Zumba, Zumba Toning, and Zumba Sentao?which pair Latin beats with cardio and muscle-sculpting movements?as well as total-body-conditioning and salsa classes.
Twin Park Fitness Center helps members achieve harmony and balance with a full gym, personal training, and more than 45 classes. The gym floor brims with free weights, strength-training equipment, and cardio machines from brands such as Cybex. Trainers also lead an expansive list of classes, including yoga, Zumba, boot camp, core strength, and kickboxing. After a heavy workout, members can unwind in the sauna or replenish their bods at the onsite juice bar.