Check out Fitworks in Beavercreek and put an end to "putting it off".
Every great place has a restaurant on the side. When you come to this gym, it's no different.
Crank up your workout! A spinning class from Fitworks is a great way to improve your cycling skills and burn some calories.
When you start a cross fit program, you'll need to remember to keep your eye on the prize.
Indulge in a total body workout with one of these kickboxing classes and leave feeling and looking your best.
Excellently priced and more than worth their results, this gym invites you to try one of their dynamic personal trainers today.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Club 51 Fitness covers every fitness base with group exercises, a 40,000-square-foot workout room, and personal training. Top weight-machine brands such as Life Fitness, Nebula, and Hammer Strength make appearances alongside cardio machines, and hardwood-floored classrooms flooded with natural light host yoga, Pilates, and boot-camp classes. The club also boasts childcare services and a women-only workout area, useful for avoiding pickup lines from randy treadmills. After workouts, guests can lounge in the locker rooms' dry saunas and steam rooms or in the onsite day spa.
Xtreme Fitness and Performance hosts a wide variety of fitness programs in one 25,000-square-foot space. Those who want to chisel their muscles can work out during CrossFit classes or push a sled across turf during a personal-training session. Members can also boost flexibility in a yoga class, torch calories in an indoor-cycling class, or learn new skills in a Brazilian jiu-jitsu or boxing class.
When they're not working out, members can consult with a nutritionist, sip a smoothie from the smoothie bar, or relax in a tanning bed or sauna.
Check out Springfield Athletic Club in Springfield and put an end to "putting it off".
Work out into a new level of fitness with the cross fit program offered here.
When you stop by this gym today, try a personal trainer to start the journey to a more fit you.
If you've ever wanted to try a fun and energizing Zumba class, this one is for you.
Keep your heart rate up and your blood pumping with a cardio kickboxing class.
Challenge yourself with a spinning class from Springfield Athletic Club and push your workout to the next level.
Tired of driving in circles? Head to Springfield Athletic Club for a bite to eat and find quick parking in the lot next door.
All 10,500 square feet of HER Total Fitness are dedicated to the same goal: helping women pursue their fitness goals in a modern, supportive, judgment-free environment. The facility features an entire area stocked with LifeFitness strength-training equipment in addition to a separate section with Precor ellipticals, treadmills, and other cardio machines. With a bit of assistance from the staff, women can use this equipment to stay in shape.
Although members can develop and follow their own workout regimens, HER Total Fitness offers professional guidance in the form of personal training and group classes. The trainers can work closely with each individual, providing valuable insight and encouragement while keeping personal goals in mind. Throughout the week, instructors also lead group classes. Dance-inspired Zumba sessions get pulses racing, Vinyasa yoga hones mental and physical balance, and boot camps combine calisthenics and interval training to create high-intensity workouts that help build strength and stamina.
Aside from all of the workout opportunities, HER Total Fitness also caters to its members' needs by providing various amenities. Tanning beds ensure that the skin can retain its sun-bronzed hue all year long. The onsite massage therapist specializes as a medical massage practitioner, using specific modalities to address stress and tension found deep within the soft tissues. The facility even offers free childcare services in a safe, supervised environment complete with age-appropriate games and toys.
When she discovered a RealRyder fitness class as a student in Ann Arbor, Casey Hilmer fell in love with the way the bikes leaned from side-to-side because it meant she was working her core, upper body, and lower body, all while improving her balance and torching calories. When she couldn't convince the Ann Arbor studio to open a location in Cincinnati, she decided to take matters into her own hands and open Power Ryde with her mom. Their studio's classes utilize the same RealRyder bikes for a more intensive spinning workout.