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- $25 for 5 fitness classes (a $120 value)
- $40 for 10 fitness classes (a $200 value)
Celebrity fitness trainer Roger Mack leads his signature R2|M2 boot-camp-style indoor fitness classes, which take place in 45-minute, 1,000-calorie sessions. These high-energy interval workouts intermingle body-weight exercises, weightlifting, and stamina work. A sample class, for example, might mix in jumping jacks, rope waves, kettlebell swings, and sled pushes, followed by some cool-down routines at the end. These workouts help increase metabolism, strength, and body definition. Classes are scheduled Monday–Friday at 5:15 a.m. and 6 a.m.; Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 9:30 a.m.; and Saturdays at 8 a.m.
Roger Mack comes from a place of experience when he trains clients to overcome their obstacles, both literally and figuratively. In 2004, he qualified for the Olympic Games Trials in the 110-meter high hurdles, but a knee injury cut his quest short. He barely missed a beat, though, using his passion for health and fitness to land gigs such as training members of the green team from season six of NBC's The Biggest Loser.
Today, as a trainer certified by the National Academy of Sports Medicine, he leads his signature R2|M2 boot-camp-style fitness classes. These sessions combine body-weight exercises, weightlifting, and stamina work to help clients boost metabolism, gain strength, and refine body definition. He also offers more specialized services, such as sport-specific training, injury rehabilitation, and nutrition counseling.
“High energy, supportive and positive trainer. Big focus on proper form so client can receive most efficient results and to reduce any risk on injury. He is...”
“High energy, supportive and positive trainer. Big focus on proper form so client can receive most efficient results and to reduce any risk on injury. He is certified by the National Academy of Sports Medicine. Highly recommend!”