Getting in shape, much like speed-reading Russian literature, requires concentration and the strength to forge ahead through painful, protracted inner monologues. Forge ahead toward fitness with today’s Groupon: for $60, you get one month of unlimited fusion fitness classes or eight outdoor boot-camp classes at Niki G's Fitness (a $140 value). Fusion fitness classes are held at the Lenox Village and Cool Springs indoor locations, and outdoor boot-camp classes are held at the West Nashville, Brentwood, and Spring Hill locations.
Niki G's Fitness keeps its female patrons cheerfully chipping away at fat deposits with energetic indoor sessions and outdoor exercises. During fitness boot-camp classes, participants enjoy challenges such as sprinting, yoga, jumping, and weight training while raining refreshing sweat showers onto the thirsty grass. The certified instructors provide group motivation and support to help participants maintain a positive attitude as they jump, lunge, run, and pushup their way to improved shapes over the course of an hour. Exercisers who prefer to hide inside can sign up for fusion fitness, which cuts calories with a groovy blend of ballet barre, yoga, and Pilates backed up by peaceful tunes, improving strength, flexibility, and mobility. Niki G's welcomes all fitness levels, and the packed schedule has classes to accommodate even the busiest day planner.
Niki G's Fitness
Niki Gauthier has always loved fitness and has started her career almost 20 years ago at age 17 as a Personal Trainer at a local Brentwood gym. Some of her earliest memories include watching her mom exercise at home and wishing she could escape from the gym's childcare center to join the grown-ups who were working out. And as a mother of two who lost 50lbs after each child, she knows what it takes to lose weight and tone up. Today, she tailors her boot-camp classes to be more than just a fitness class. One that helps women achieve their fitness goals, whether they'd like to lose weight, tone up, or look more like their favorite marble statue. Trainers work to provide a complete personal fitness programs and keep their students accountable for showing up to class and putting in a good workout, and they offer exercise modifications that help customize the workouts to every ability level. Classes develop camaraderie among participants as they encourage each other through varied exercises, whether they're swinging kettlebells, practicing kickboxing motions, running a mile, or cooling down with yoga poses. Regular body assessments help students see their results, and the trainers bolster the workouts with continual nutrition education.