Staffers describe Life Transformation Fitness as "an exclusive fitness facility with the amenities of a large facility. When members swipe their key fobs to enter the 24-hour gym, or wrap up a workout with smoothie or sauna session, they'll begin to see why. The facility is designed to be a flexible space that makes working out easy. Amenities range from the small details, like the personal TVs stationed at every cardio machine, to the Kids Club, which keeps littler visitors occupied instead of being confused for dumbbells. During personal training sessions, participants receive iPad-friendly guidance with help from the facility's Activtrax progress-tracking system. But perhaps the gym's most prized facility is its spacious interior itself. Airy and brimming with top-notch equipment, the space makes it easy for clients to curate their own routines and exceed fitness goals.
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
Elite level coaching and a Positive environment.
Exercise is challenging. How do you keep clients motivated and engaged?
The programming motivates the clients. Also, we strive to encourage and point out progress.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
To share my life with others and eventually point them to Christ
What do you love most about your job?
CrossFit Wild Prairie director Anna Martin is a powerful presence. Since the age of 14, she's built a record of fitness achievements, culminating in a 2014 Master?s World Championships title, a weightlifting coaching practice, and becoming one of the rare women to own her own CrossFit gym. But there's no need to be intimidated?in her CrossFit classes, she reaches out to people of all ages and all abilities, ensuring that each move can be adapted as needed. Members feel safe and supported as they build strength through workouts that borrow from strength training, plyometrics, and other disciplines.
title: The Yard by River Market CrossFit
Though Tiffany Nelson and Brian Wilkerson have always been passionate about athletics, they come from two fairly different backgrounds. Tiffany was a top softball and track athlete in college before taking up a career as a physiotherapist, while Brian served in the Marine Corps and became a Kansas City police officer. Despite their differences in history and profession, the duo united in their passion for the CrossFit program.
They pack their no-frills facility with training equipment and free weights, welcoming fitness-seekers of all ages and fitness levels. More than just a place to work out, the duo strives to foster a sense of community at their gym—providing constant motivation, updating their website with fitness and nutrition articles, and conducting a special workout on each clients birthday before breaking open a piñata with their bare hands.
Every year, KC Sports Leagues unite more than 2,500 singles and young professionals, all between the ages of 24 and 30, in recreational sports leagues. Beyond providing an opportunity for friendly competition and social interaction throughout the Kansas City area, the organizers of KC Sports Leagues only have one mission: help players have fun. Coed leagues include dodgeball, basketball, kickball, volleyball, and flag football, which reigns as the most popular type of recreation, apart from the parties that cap off each game in all leagues. Though most matches focus on fun and camaraderie, the men-only leagues also embrace a competitive element, perfect for the serious athlete or the armchair athlete who wonders if their arm-strength translates beyond remote tricks.
300 BC llc helps clients build better bodies with a three-step workout system based on the high-intensity training the Spartans valued in 300 BC. Its members train in boot-camp classes three times a week, and meet with trainers to keep track of their goals and create a personal meal plan with different strategies, such as excluding the color red. To make the system work, the gym offers unlimited classes, open-gym time, and personal training. The boot-camp classes incorporate intense exercises based on functional movements, but are targeted to each individual's skill level.