AOA Fitness, LLC fosters the development of healthy bodies and minds with guided fitness programs and sundry training equipment. Instructors lead small-group Hatha-yoga and Pilates sessions to encourage flexibility and relaxation. In the gym, visitors tailor their own exercise regimens around free weights, stationary cycles, and treadmills.
Each one of Anytime Fitness’s more than 2,000 coed fitness clubs grant 24-hour secured access to weight and cardio equipment and sessions of group fitness. The locations in Savannah and Pooler showcase exercise machines from manufacturers such as Precor, with treadmills and ellipticals sporting monitors for watching TV. The fitness emporium's staff of certified trainers lead group fitness classes or personal training sessions customized to the results of body-composition analyses and the moisture capacities of sweatbands. The staff are always friendly, making Anytime an inviting place to train.
The Fitness Club’s 24-hour access card unlocks the gym floor at any hour, allowing patrons to work out regardless of a tight or nontraditional schedule. The sprawling space houses elliptical trainers, treadmills, and recumbent bikes, as well as Nautilus weight-training machinery and free weights. During staffed hours, exercisers can enlist in personal training or a group fitness session in such disciplines as yoga, Zumba, or silver class, a workout tailored to seniors. Afterward, they can head to the locker rooms, which house showers, or diffuse muscular tension amid the club’s dry sauna.
Synergistic Bodies founder C.C. Powell trains her clients in a balanced fitness approach, using cardio conditioning to build endurance, weight training to increase muscle mass, and Pilates to fortify the body's inner muscles. Her functional fitness regimen aims to outfit clients with the ability to tackle life's daily challenges with minimal stress and effort. She and her staff of teachers turn up the heat on calories in belly-dancing and Zumba classes conducted in the vast, mirrored group fitness room. Through the Juice Plus program, trainers pass out nutritional advice and big-kid sippy cups.
In the middle of the facility, TRX Suspension training harnesses dangle from the ceiling, awaiting bodies to strap in and discover the sensations of being a yoyo. Reformer machines line the walls of the Pilates room, deepening stretches and providing greater resistance for core exercises while supporting the spine and joints.
With over 200 councils in North America, Girls on the Run has inspired over 600,000 young ladies in grades three–eight to step up to life’s starting line with courage, strength, and confidence. The positive youth-development program instills adolescents with self-esteem while enhancing emotional, mental, and social development throughout a 10-week training program, which culminates in the celebratory 5K run.