To the trainers at CrossFit Iron Addicts, the word CrossFit means several things. It's the way they teach their students to move safely and efficiently. It's how they lead students down paths toward physical fitness, and how they reshape diets with healthy meats, veggies, and fruits. But CrossFit is also about the community, which is made up of people who support one another as they push toward their next workout goals.
Of course, CrossFit is also about the workouts themselves. The trainers constantly change the WOD, or workout of the day, switching up varied functional movements, such as swinging kettlebells or rocking medicine balls to sleep. Their high-intensity workouts can be scaled to accommodate students of all fitness levels, ensuring that everyone is equally challenged. Their schedule also includes a Barbell Club, Foundations class, and Skills class.
The instructors at Yoga Studio of Corpus Christi help students focus their minds and calibrate them to their bodies. Thoughtful breathing exercises and strength-building poses are consistently the vehicles toward mental and physical balance, although the studio offers diverse challenges across 14 different class types ranging from 65 to 90 minutes each. Those just starting out can learn the ropes in a beginners session, whereas yogis looking for more intense workouts can attend Hatha flow classes, which build core strength and improve stamina through continuous movement and by teaching pupils how to apply papier mâché to their midsections. During hot-yoga classes, the instructors crank up the thermostat to 97.8 degrees, helping to loosen stiff muscles and joints, encourage detoxification, and increase flexibility during Vinyasa flow movements.
Fortunately for Abel, and every member of Pure Fitness Solutions, his brand-new facility is open 24/7. Amid a rock-climbing wall, a childcare center, locker rooms, showers, and workout spaces full of boot-camp classes and Zumba are enough free weights and cardio equipment to carve out a diamond-hard body. And roaming amid all these are fellow N.A.S.M–certified personal trainers keeping their clients on track and accountable. In fact, every new member who signs up receives a complimentary fitness assessment by one of these personal trainers, providing immediate feedback about the client's physical condition and recommendations about how to get in shape and live a healthy, fit lifestyle.
Gymnastics rings dangle from the ceiling and flags dress the walls at SeaCity CrossFit, where workouts draw inspiration from Olympic sports such as weightlifting, gymnastics, cycling, and running. Here, experienced coaches stress form and posture during training sessions that incorporate strength and cardio exercises. The trainers focus on performance and skill acquisition as students use tools such as kettlebells, medicine balls, and sandbags to perform functional exercises. They’ll tailor movements to a variety of fitness levels to ensure that every participant, whether they’re pro athletes or infrequent exercisers, gets the most out of their workouts.
With a Flex FIt Studio Gym key card, gymgoers can work out any time of day or night. And with Flex Fit's array of Group X Fitness classes and personal training options—not to mention the comprehensive array of cardio and weight gear—toning up and feeling great is even easier. While the treadmills, stretching rooms, free weights, and machines offer practically everything an exerciser needs, Flex Fit boasts other amenities too, like access to childcare and tanning beds that let reclining visitors bronze their newly toned bods.
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When you try the cross fit challenge, you'll gain new capability by performing high intensity, varied workouts.
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