Andy’s Sport Shop draws upon four generations of expertise in peddling and maintaining gear for skiers, snowboarders, and scuba divers. During the winter seasons, the staff buffs and waxes snowboards and skis, reducing friction that can melt the snow surface and limit traction while careening downhill. The shop also stocks aqua-ready gear, including scuba fins and weight belts, which provide a useful dive-descent alternative to cement shoes. Outfitted explorers can enroll in a vast offering of scuba courses to pursue sundry certifications ranging from open-water diving to wreck diving to ice diving.
Dr. David Gianino and his loyal pearl-cultivating posse endow smiles with luminescent lightness using ADA-approved Zoom! treatments. A triad of 15-minute whitening cycles frosts tarnished chops with highly concentrated hydrogen-peroxide gel and bakes them to a white-hot sheen under activating Zoom! lamps, while a brief nap under fluoride blankets bequeaths mouths with plaque-resistant oomph. Chastened discoloration regimes relinquish their usurious grip on enamel and dentin as wine stains, tobacco tattoos, and cookie crumbs bolt away from gummy borders. Zoom!’s voodoo retrofits mouth gates with same-day visible results and an average of eight shades of cumulative colorlessness.
We offer 26 exercise classes per week. Each class is approximately one hour in duration. Combining cardio and strength. The cardio portion is about 35 minutes of dance based aerobics followed by strength training working all muscle groups using weights, resistance tubes and stability balls
Few fitness organizations would place as much importance on a potluck as a pushup, but Friends in Motion is different. Instead of creating weight-loss programs that consist of strict drills and dieting, the staff designs plans that are built on a foundation of support and social interactions. Though it might seem cliché, the effectiveness is no joke. Team members bond with their teammates during interactive classes and outdoor team-building activities, increasing the chances that they'll return for more calorie-burning workouts.
With its focus solely on functional training, CrossFit EXP doesn't believe in treadmills and butt blasters, or TVs, for that matter. The gym is bare bones and to the point. It employs the functional movements of CrossFit using rowing machines, pull-up bars, kettlebells, medicine balls, and other basics. That equipment is used with everyday motions, such as pushing, pulling, and lifting, which readies participants for all physical activity. It also enhances stamina, power, speed, and agility. This system is scalable to all fitness levels, so CrossFit EXP welcomes everyone, easing them into CrossFit with a beginner's Elements course.