The team members at Move Your Body Kidz Klub, Inc. know that it's more important than ever for children to develop an active lifestyle. They help youngsters stay in motion via age-appropriate group fitness classes such as yoga and dance. They offer interactive games, dance-based video games like Dance Dance Revolution, and devices such as the SportsWall, which, like a possessed Lite-Brite, promotes hand-eye coordination with blinking lights. The brightly colored studios are filled with kid-sized stationary bikes and elliptical machines, making the center an ideal spot for healthy holiday or birthday parties. The crew also gets older exercisers moving during Zumba classes for adults and teens, along with African dance classes and personal training.
At Vibez Studio, exercise experts transform left feet into deft dancers during group fitness classes. Customers reduce corporeal circumferences while breezing through dance routines taught by one of ten different instructors, each with their own unique flair. The dim, disco-style lighting and booming stereo system contribute to a nightclub feel, helping students feel like they're out on the town instead of exercising in a studio. Classes incorporate rhythms and steps from across genres and continents—styles in the mix include Bollywood, hip-hop, salsa, Middle Eastern, and African. Workouts include a combination of stretching, strengthening, abdominal and cardio movements meant to firm, sculpt, and tone the entire body. A collection of fun, graceful, swirling tricks are designed to suit all skill levels are combined with a sophisticated selection of sensual movements, all performed in a safe environment. And during the recently debuted spinning classes at this Official Spinning Facility, enthusiastic instructors harness the power of invigorating music and visualization to motivate students through the calorie-burning classes. The top-of-the-line spinner blade bikes are customizable, allowing students to set the right resistance to maximize their workout.
"Stationary bike" is a misnomer when it comes to the RealRyder cycles at CoreRyder. True, they won't propel you across the gym like a bodybuilder would if you insulted his tan, but they tilt and lean like a real bike on the road. This movement engages the core, strengthening the gut as legs burn off plentiful calories through cardio.
RVC Ryde cycling classes simulate the experience of climbing steep mountain roads and twisting around sharp bends?all without ever leaving the workout studio. That's because they employ RealRyder indoor cycles, which pivot from side to side to provide a surprisingly true-to-life riding experience. Riders can also control the resistance of their pedals as they push toward their fitness goals during group sessions held seven days a week.
At iSpin Studio, participants burn fat and tone leg and lower-body muscles as they pedal on StarTrac Blade bikes, their workouts accented with high-quality sound. Participants saddle up on exercise bikes and ride in comfort with free water on their first visit,
complimentary shoe rental and towel service, and a free imaginary ride home from their destination.
Blinking panels glow on the rank of file of cardio machines that stand like a robot army, ready to reshape humanity. Life Clubs' vast and luxurious facilities house fitness amenities such as a full-sized Pilates room with reformer machines, as well as hygienic touches such as hands-free water fountains that only respond to screaming. Light wooden lockers line the tile walls of changing rooms, which cushion feet with soft carpeting. Directly adjacent lay steam rooms that banish toxins from bodies with waves of heat.
While adults work out on the basketball court or in a group exercise class, children keep active in a kids' area with climbable indoor playsets. Once they sweat out the bad, guests restore themselves with good smoothies at a juice bar and paninis and salads at the Life Cafe.