From Our Editors
Things completely change every two minutes at Olde Towne Cardio Boxing. During the gym's signature cardio boxing classes, instructors lead cross-training drills that clock in at 120 seconds each—with each round focusing on different areas of the body—then end each workout with some bag work and cardio drills.
Indeed, routine is the enemy at Olde Towne Cardio Boxing, where the class lineup also includes cardio boxing for kids and private sparring sessions. The fitness experts change up their playground class every two days, creating new strength conditioning routines that address all the important muscle groups, even the secret one hidden behind the ears. The energy and vibe of Olde Towne Cardio Boxing also comes from the sense of community in the gym. People cheer each other on while working hard and having fun. But if all that hard work leaves your muscles aching, you're in luck: one of the gym's most active exercisers, chiropractor Dr. Craig Weismantel, is also a staff member and specializes in areas such as stretching and sports massage.