Stand Up Martial Arts and Fitness devotes its programs to helping clients discover their ideal body type. In a noncompetitive yet challenging setting, martial-arts instructors might helm private lessons or workouts geared toward sports performance. During group classes, guests perspire together toward their wellness goals, and women-only boot camps compile intense drills to burn calories. Trainers welcome participants from all fitness backgrounds, coaching professional fighters, stay-at-home moms, and dedicated seniors with the same amount of devotion and the Hulk's pair of magical hand wraps.
CrossFit Downtown Winston leads exercisers through a general strength and conditioning program based on an inclusive set of movements and exercises with the level of difficulty determined by the participant's fitness level. During the six-week boot camp, trained coaches boasting a broad spectrum of specialties enthusiastically guide students through Olympic weightlifting, powerlifting, gymnastics, and holes in Rocky plotlines. Each intense 45-minute session pairs traditional CrossFit accouterments such as kettle bells and medicine balls with sport drills and endurance training, shaking up routines while activating new muscle groups. Personal attention and individual ability-assessments keep exercisers on course at an appropriate pace, slimming waistlines and minimizing the need to bribe electronic scales with magnets. Boot camps convene on Mondays and Wednesdays at 5:30 p.m. and 10 a.m. on Saturdays, as the gym opens its doors for after-work workouts or a weekending sweat sessions.
"Warrior": anyone that is prepared to work hard and develop oneself in an effort to battle against his or her particular challenges in life. That's the way Training for Warriors defines a trainee worthy of its fitness classes. When the training system was created, only athletes qualified as warriors. But as time wore on, it became clear that this holistic wellness program wasn't sports-specific. Its blend of speed, strength, and endurance training, along with flexibility moves and nutrition, create a regime that benefits any motivated client. Thanks to ongoing assessments and feedback, trainees of all aptitudes get closer and closer to their fitness goals.
Sunlight pours onto the exposed-brick walls of the Jowers Training Systems private training facility, where exercise rings dangle from the ceiling and colorful weights line the shelves. Throughout the week, the facility is a flurry of motion as students of all ages and fitness levels undergo high-intensity exercise routines as well as personal- and team-training sessions. Personal-training sessions adhere to the specialty program designed by certified personal trainer and fitness aficionado Jeff Jowers, who combines fat-burning exercises with nutritional guidance to banish unwanted pounds more efficiently than traditional workouts or covering yourself in helium balloons. In team-training sessions, Jowers and his staff bring the same level of intensity, adding an element of teamwork that encourages all students to celebrate each other's successes, work harder to achieve goals, and hit new personal records.
Fit Body's boot camps combine a wide variety of exercses, effectively blasting calories, sculpting muscles, and inspiring fitness-seekers to start a healthy lifestyle. Over the course of a 45-minute session, you may run, jump, lift weights, slam out push-ups, chase chickens, punch slabs of beef, and end with a live crocodile-wrestle. In the heat of your workout, you'll sweat out weakness, fear, and monosodium glutamate while beginning to gain the functional, unsurpassed strength of a body in fluid, powerful motion. Drawing from more than 15 years of fitness experience, Dr. Cody Sipe will keep you and your fellow campmates motivated as you run, crawl, and lunge toward health and high-definition muscles. Your Groupon also includes the Fit Body Jump Start nutritional plan, which teaches students dietary guidelines that will complement their vigorous workouts.
The American Heart Association suggests at least 60 minutes of daily exercise for kids, starting at age 2. Unfortunately, obesity has crept into lives of many children in the United States. NC Fit4Kids strives to reverse this streak of poor health among kids through fun, age-appropriate forms of fitness. Its Fit Coaches travel to schools and other kid-oriented facilities to teach fitness classes for youngsters that keep them engaged. Classes introduce kids to everything from obstacle courses and kickboxing to Zumba, yoga, and Pilates.