The trainers at K-Fitness & Athletic Performance seek to build overall athleticism in athletes and civilians with group and individual boot camps and training. Their training method encompasses a specialized program consisting of movement, weight-room training, core conditioning, prehab, sports massage, pool exercise, nutrition, regeneration, stretching, and mental conditioning. By having athletes perform exercises such as weightlifting, agility training, and sled pulling and pushing, trainers help them make improvements in areas such as speed, agility, vertical leap, power, and top speed.
At Bryan Cohen's Kick Fit, teams of dedicated athletes sweat, kick, and swoop their way to health and sleek physiques under the guidance of Bryan Cohen, winner of multiple muay thai world championships. Kickboxing draws from a diverse range of Eastern and Western martial arts traditions to help practitioners tone their upper bodies, cores, and legs with strength-building and calorie-burning exercises. During group boot-camp classes, pupils master these intense workout techniques as they fuse fun and fitness by bobbing, weaving, jabbing, and beating up invisible bad guys.
Surrounded by glowing neon signs, floor-to-ceiling mirrors, and fellow students of all sizes, dancers at Love Dance & Fitness Studio sweat, sway, and groove their way to good health. Like Tito Puente's little-known series of aerobics tapes, the studio's Zumba and Zumbatomic workouts blend lively Latin music with muscle-firming workouts and fat-burning cardio. A professional dance instructor oversees pupils who want to eschew the boring monotony of the treadmill and exercise bike for the camaraderie of fellow athletes and fun of interactive dance workouts.
Kickboxing.com represents a conglomeration of schools from all around the world, including locations in America, Japan, Singapore, and the Dominican Republic. They focus on high-quality training from different disciplines of martial arts that range from kenpo karate to capoeira and taekwondo. Each school combines the art of kicking with the basis of Western boxing to create devastating combinations that use every limb.
There are no excuses not to go to the gym when it comes RetroActive Fitness. For one, it's a dog-friendly facility, whether guests want to crate their pet pooch while working out or just let them get in a set of jump squats. And with personal training and small class sizes, exercisers can be sure to get the individual attention needed. The floors are also dance-floor-grade cushioned to ensure safety to knees.
After 25 years of working in the medical and fitness industries as an ACE- and NSCA-certified trainer, Tanya Bange understands the importance of setting goals. Alongside group fitness instructor Kathy Dorney, Bange leads women of all ages and fitness levels through a rigorous boot camp designed to help clients formulate fitness goals, stick to them, and, ultimately, achieve them. Together, the duo helps clients meet goals that range from simply developing stamina to passing the arm-wrestling portion of their quarterly performance evaluation at the office. They lead full-body workouts that may involve classic pushups, bleacher sprints, and flipping a tire end over end.
Bange and Dorney also run 30-minute workout sessions for preschoolers, planting the seeds of an active lifestyle early by keeping them active in games that include the cardio-centric I’m a Super Hero! and the yoga-based Hungry Caterpillar.