What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
We are a multifaceted facility offering a combination of fitness, nutrition and holistic health services. At WellNest you will find a community of instructors for Yoga, Spin, TRX, Personal Training, Barre, Meditation and more. Our caring healers provide Massage Therapy, Acupuncture and Energy work.
Exercise is challenging. How do you keep clients motivated and engaged?
We provide an array of classes with the most professional instructors in our area. Our classes are in back to back format so you can add variety in your work out without having to leave the facility.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
We were inspired to create a space that attracts a community of people who want to heal, learn, grow and embrace their wellbeing. A place where you are inspired to take a balanced approach in vitalizing your whole self;
Body, mind and soul.
What do you love most about your job?
We love to see our clientele achieve the results they have always desired,feeling great in both mind & body, and spreading their positivity throughout our community. This in turn allows us to feel a sense of purpose & completion. To assist in changing someones quality of life is most rewarding.
It’s said that the human mind has problems visualizing large numbers. So it might be hard to conjure an image of the 700,000 athletes Athletic Republic Clifton Park has trained in their 22-year history. Or even the 2,500 of their students who went on to compete professionally. Instead, it's probably easier to think about the proprietary equipment that fills Athletic Republic’s red-walled gym. There's the super treadmill, which reaches speeds of 28 mph in less than three seconds and inclines up to 40 degrees. There’s a hockey treadmill that angles blades up a slope, boosting skaters' power and agility. And there are conditioning cords that add resistance to common moves from many sports, including baseball, golf, and soccer.
This innovative approach to athletic training has its roots in John Frappier’s time with the US National Team during the 1986 Goodwill Games. After losing repeatedly to the Soviet Union athletes, he discovered the need to improve his team’s training methods, including the machines they worked out on. The technology he developed is still used by Athletic Republic’s certified trainers in group camps and classes, one-on-one training sessions, and carefully synchronized treadmill dances.
Travis Gil believes fitness comes not only from training the body, but from a great mindset as well. He knows that a physical and mental transformation can be intimidating, so he created Fitness Artist to cater to clients one-on-one with custom programs or in small groups of two to eight. He and his staff of fitness professionals alter their regimens in every session, tailoring the workouts to the clients' levels of fitness and individual goals. The private, spa-like facility has individual workout rooms that are contained by frosted glass for privacy, helpful for busy people who may feel self-conscious about going to the gym during peak times. Group fitness rooms, which hold circuit training classes that utllize battle ropes, pull-ups, kettle bells, and slam balls, are tucked away in the back, as well. Private showers and an on-site massage therapist, plus careful details such as chandeliers and crown moulding, help elevate the studio's atmosphere.
After fighting her way back to a size four following the birth of her third child, Debi Condon earned her personal-training-and-nutrition certification and founded Evolution Fitness. Debi and her crew lead mostly female groups of all ages and fitness levels through indoor and outdoor boot camps, TRX-suspension classes and personal-training sessions. Interval routines leverage mats, free weights, and nearby playground equipment to build up endurance against fatigue and cooties. With an emphasis on supportive motivation rather than drill-sergeant tactics or endless scrimmages against fast-food mascots, trainers strive to build accountability among their students through friendships and unlimited email support.
Corey House founded F.I.T. Strength and Conditioning to help people get in shape with effective workouts bolstered by nutritional support. To come up with fun, high-intensity boot-camp routines, the staff pored over research and analyzed training formats aimed at burning fat and building muscles. They've seen the results time after time as MRT Session members of every shape and athletic ability shed pounds, boost their health, and fare better at family log-tosses. Because the MRT Sessions are indoors, the staff leads them continuously throughout the year, rather than putting members on hold during breaks between sessions or taking the winter off. They help map out smart food choices with nutritious meal planning, and offer private coaching to help members make the most of their workouts.
Switch up your normal routine and head to Fitness Artist in Latham and experience something new.
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Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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