Robert McMullin grew up living and breathing combat sports, honing his endurance, discipline, and strength since he was a teenager. He eventually channeled this passion into a career as a boxing coach, MMA fighter, and trainer on NBC’s The Biggest Loser. Through these experiences, he's shaped the knowledge that drives his revolutionary AMPD FitCamp method, AMPD being an acronym for Advanced Movements for Performance Development. His work has earned him a client list that includes kickboxing champion Rick Cheek, four contestants from The Biggest Loser and MMA's Team Tompkins.
Now, McMullin and fellow trainer Ray Chargualaf guide clients through a lineup of demanding custom workouts that combine the signature FitCamp method—plyometrics and cardio routines typically used by mixed-martial-arts fighters—with cardio kickboxing’s aerobics, boxing drills, and martial-arts moves. Both trainers work with clients to ensure challenging and motivating experiences for all fitness levels. Though the specifics are tailored to each client, primary end goals include improved aerobic capacity, balance and strength, and the ability to defeat at least one Power Ranger in hand-to-hand combat.
Though visitors to Vegas may catch a titillating dance revue, they don’t usually experience what it would be like to be a part of the show. But at Night School 4 Girls, visitors meet instructors—all professional Las Vegas showgirls—and learn seductive shimmies and pole-dancing moves that burn calories, boost their self-confidence, and inspire new ways to strut through the produce aisle. The class appeared on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills when cast member Brandi Glanville appeared as a celebrity guest instructor. Night School 4 Girls’ all-women atmosphere encourages students to relax and have fun, whether they’re enjoying a night out with the girls or celebrating a special occasion.
The luxurious facilities at ClubSport Green Valley are large enough to stump seventh-grade geometry students and solidify "ClubSport" as a successful punch line to a yo-mamma joke. It houses two pools, four squash courts, heaps of the latest exercise equipment, piles of uncut iron, and more. With today's deal, you get access to the whole ClubSport kit and caboodle, including any of the 75+ group fitness classes that take place each week. Learn to do the downward-facing dobsonfly in a yoga class, or unleash your dropkick-craving thigh muscles in the kickboxing class, then soak sore muscles in the lavish locker-room whirlpool. Ten indoor and four outdoor tennis courts—plus an eager USPTA-certified staff—await your unreturnable backhand and ball-punishing serves. Check out information on all the amenities here.
Through a challenging yet rewarding regimen of weightlifting, cardio, and calisthenics, Sin City Boot Camp helps people of all fitness levels build strength and self-confidence. An evaluation gets the ball rolling for each new student. After that, participants might find themselves deadlifting barbells in the indoor gym, or heading down the road to Sunset Park for a few rounds of pushups, burpees, box hops, and teleportations. Sin City's trainers make sure everyone stays motivated while pursuing their goals. They teach diet classes, too, explaining how to stay properly fueled for the workouts and boot camps.
In more than 25 years of devotion to martial arts, Nick D. Blomgren has trained top kickboxers and MMA contenders. At One Kick's Gym, he and his staff bring their experience to children and adults of all experience levels, specializing in classes for kids aged 8–12. Lessons cover techniques and conditioning as well as life skills such as self-confidence and discipline.
Body Spa Salon's talented staff of beauty boosters bedecks guests from the neck up with a variety of salon services within its stylish, 20,000-square-foot environs. Body Spa Salon's Glitz n' Lash mink extensions adorn eye blinds in a variety of lengths and thicknesses, which can be used for creating rich, feathery lashes built to outlast tumultuous swims, slumbers, and full-contact staring contests. A skilled aesthetician fuses the natural-looking, curved extensions atop existing peeper pelts during an application process that lasts around two hours. The eye-accentuating treatment eschews the need for additional optic enhancers, such as mascara, eye black, or hockey masks. Each extension's livelihood depends on when the client’s eyelashes naturally fall out (typically 60–90 days), and touch ups every two to three weeks are recommended.