Gyms in Highlands Ranch


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  • Kosama Highlands Ranch
    Consultation, muscle confusion, and nutrition. These are the main principles of Kosama Highlands Ranch, and the foundation upon which their guaranteed training programs are based. Certified trainers welcome every new client with a one-on-one consultation, complete with measurements, goal setting, and strength, flexibility, and cardiovascular health assessments. From there, clients embark on a personal training or group-fitness journey. The enthusiastic staff challenge participants’ muscles with high-intensity exercises using tools such as kettlebells, TRX training, and kickboxing moves. Six themed workouts throughout the week change constantly to ensure muscles never adapt and continually progress. An online meal planner complements in-studio training by giving members 24-7 access to weekly menus, recipes, and a list of holidays on which calories do not count.
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    7150 E County Line Rd.
    Highlands Ranch, CO US
  • 5280 Sport & Fitness
    In 1998, Sonja Steward was loving life as a doting mother. However, she wasn't loving what motherhood did to her figure. So, when she wasn't busy planning play dates, she started an exercise regimen. Her dedication paid off; soon, she dropped from a size 12 all the way back down to a size 4. Now, as the proprietor of 5280 Sport Fitness, she helps students achieve the similar results with her energetic group fitness classes. Each class is designed to boost students' metabolic function, conditioning bodies to keep burning calories long after class has ended. Classes are also scalable, with exercises that can be altered to accommodate any fitness level. The gym offers nearly 40 group classes per week, with a full schedule of morning and evening options.
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    5690 County Line Place
    Highlands Ranch, CO US
  • Vertical Academy Workout
    The students at Vertical Academy Workout spend very little time on the ground. Led by certified instructors, they climb and spin on the studio's poles, practicing everything from basic grips to full routines. Depending on their level of experience, they take one of four levels of classes that teach proper pole form. Many classes also incorporate costuming and props that embrace the art's theatrical side, though only the most advanced teach the infamous pole-dance scene in Shakespeare's Macbeth. Other classes focus on fitness, integrating ballet barre exercises that tone the entire body.
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    36 West Springer Drive
    Highlands Ranch, CO US
  • Natal to Nest
    Having a baby presents a new set of challenges to any family, as Stacey Bergin-Melito, very well knows. As the founder of Natal to Nest and a mother of two, Stacey works to ease the stresses of childbirth via fertility workshops, pre- and postnatal yoga classes, and support groups. Her staff features health specialists including a board-certified lactation consultant, a nutritional-therapy practitioner, and a registered nurse, among others. Together, the team brings moms closer to new babies as well as to fellow parents in a relaxed setting.
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    8955 S Ridgeline Blvd.
    Highlands Ranch, CO US
  • Yoga In The Nest
    Yoga in the Nest makes yoga and barre classes a relaxing escape. The unheated, hype-free setting keeps its focus on the practice, and knowledgeable, caring instructors help heighten the studio's community feel. To take some of the stress out of fitness, students who take daytime classes can take advantage of on-site child care. Class size is limited and reservations are required.
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    8955 S Ridgeline Blvd, #500
    Highlands Ranch, CO US
  • Functional Strength Pilates
    Dancer, teacher, lawyer, salesperson. These were the titles held by Functional Strength Pilates’s staff before they ditched their day jobs to pursue their passion for the more-than-80-year-old practice. Out of two Denver–area locations they teach traditional Pilates, which shows students how to breathe mindfully while aligning their spines to strengthen their cores. Continued practice can help students to decompress their joints so they can move more fluidly than the Vitruvian man doing the backstroke. The exercise also integrates well with rehabilitation regimens, which explains why the staff works closely with area physical therapists, orthopedic doctors, and chiropractors and their patients. Each of the two studios bolsters the Pilates curriculum with different supplemental practices—personal training at the Lone Tree location and yoga classes in Castle Rock.
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    6660 Timberline Rd
    Highlands Ranch, CO US

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