When the sun is shining and the air is warm, you can spot coaches Steven and Gaby, a 2013 CrossFit Games Winner, leading energetic CrossFit classes at local beaches and parks. On weekdays, classes take place in an intimate studio packed with weights and functional equipment. Using kettlebells, medicine balls, and body weight as their tools, the coaches guide students through creative workouts designed to build muscle, speed, and endurance. They frequently draw exercises from gymnastics, metabolic conditioning, and weightlifting to create their diverse workouts. The staff strives to build a supportive community in the gym, providing students with constant motivation and graciously accepting even the ugliest of hand-knit gym socks as gifts.
With nearly 150 classes offered weekly at three locations, Busy Body Fitness Center has workouts for dancers, boxers, and yogis alike. The packed calendar also dabbles in popular fitness acronyms, like P90X and TRX, which develop participants' overall strength and endurance. Those who enjoy their routines with a little rhythm can drop by for Zumba, Dance Jam, or Drums Alive, whereas high-powered cardio work is the theme of spinning and kickboxing classes.
The atmosphere of group classes is informed by communal support. This spirit of encouragement is also echoed in one-on-one guidance from personal trainers. In addition to a typical fitness background of coaching clients and mining medicine balls from the depths of the earth, each trainer has a minimum of 10 years of physical-therapy experience. That ensures they can both help clients find the most beneficial exercises and teach them how to properly execute those workouts.
The team at Inception Exclusive Athletic Studio treats taking care of one’s body as a lifestyle. They believe that working out and eating healthy “is a 24/7 job” with no “stopping or starting . . . only doing.” To that end, they help patrons achieve this lifestyle through group classes that incorporate RealRyder stationary bicycles, Vertimax sports-training drills, and yoga-and-dance techniques. Small classes of up to 10 enable instructors to tailor workouts to each participant’s needs, and professional equipment, such as kettlebells and TRX bands, give exercisers an opportunity to heighten their workouts.
Stop by Dirt Fitness in Boca Raton today and have a fun-filled adventure with the whole entire family.
It's high time you enrolled in a steady cross fit regimen to realize your workout goals.
Excellently priced and more than worth their results, this gym invites you to try one of their dynamic personal trainers today.
If you're looking for an exciting, fast-paced workout, try your hand at kickboxing.
Challenge yourself with a spinning class from Dirt Fitness and push your workout to the next level.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
aquaBelly namesake classes are designed for moms-to-be—and as the name would suggest, the sessions take place in a swimming pool. These prenatal classes employ resistance bands, as well as the natural resistance of water, to tone physiques and alleviate pregnancy side effects ranging from backaches to cramps. Once babies are born, new moms can bring them to an aquaBelly Baby class, a similar aquatic workout that has an added jolt of strength training. Other sessions, designed for solo adults who aren't expecting, sculpt physiques with high-octane water aerobics.
Kirk Kochte spent his high-school years feeling unconfident in his body, only to discover his strength and athleticism once he joined the navy. It was there that he had his first taste of teaching fitness to others, a passion that would stick with him and incite him to open Boca Brickhouse. At the fitness center, experienced instructors lead students through a variety of fitness programs.