Gyms in Westmont


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Body & Brain Holistic Yoga's classes incorporate yoga, tai chi, meditation, martial arts, and signature breathing postures to forge a mind-body exercise that helps students to awaken their inner ki energy. The one-hour sessions attempt to improve flexibility, strength, breathing, and energy sensitivity, which contribute to holistic health. Much like a dive-bombing red-winged black bird, classes often vary their approach, ensuring a more dynamic experience from session to session
215 East Ogden Avenue
Westmont,
IL
US
The skilled instructors at Top Notch Fitness help to chisel more shapely shapes with a dizzying array of classes including boxing, mixed martial arts, and sweat-shedding circuit training. Learn self-defense in muay thai classes, mastering the powerful punches and the leg-toning kicks of Thailand’s national sport. Jiu-jitsu attendees learn to grapple, ground fight, throw choke holds, and dominate a larger opponent, and ladies sculpt lean muscles in one-hour women’s kickboxing classes, which utilize medicine balls, jump ropes, and target pads to burn fat faster than lighting a butter churn on fire. The fitness haven holds classes for all types of exercisers, from beginners to competitors. Check out the schedule for a complete listing of available class times or to remember how many Saturdays there are in a week.
776 Burr Oak Drive
Westmont,
IL
US
At Rising Goddess Fitness, the classes emphasize rising?both literally and figuratively. In the literal sense, students often leave the ground behind, mounting hammocks during aerial fitness sessions and executing flips in advanced pole sessions. In a more figurative sense, founders Michelle Tenuta and Barb Cassidy have designed most of their classes in four-week sequences, so over time, students' confidence in their abilities rises. Each class builds on its predecessor, ensuring that by the end of the month, students have mastered something new. That could mean keeping the hoop aloft in a hula-hoop-fitness class, executing a flip in a pole class, or touching their belly button with their eyes closed in a belly-dance session.
208 E Chicago Ave.
Westmont,
IL
US
Michael Ockrim enjoys being between a rock and a hard place. As the creator of Backyard Beefcake Fitness, he expounds on fitness workouts that make use of the natural and manmade world to build functional strength and total-body fitness. Michael eschews treadmills and bicep curls for chopping wood, pull-ups on a tree limb, or sit-ups while suspended from the peak of Mount Everest. Preaching an attention to the mind-body connection, he leads indoor boot-camp sessions, personal-training sessions, and outdoor camps that help prepare for an upcoming mud run or obstacle-course race.
233 W. 63rd St.
Westmont,
IL
US

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