When you have a free day, head to MetaBody Yoga & Fitness Pass in Matthews for a day packed full of fun.
If you're worried that you won't be able to follow along, don't be. These Zumba classes feature easy-follow-routines for all experience levels.
It's high time you switched up your workout routine with some aerobics.
If you love indoor cycling, you will love the high-intensity spinning classes that this establishment has to offer.
Personal trainers will help you gain the body you set out to achieve, so enlist their help at this location.
Don't forget to bring your water bottle to MetaBody Yoga & Fitness Pass' hot yoga sessions, where staying hydrated is the key to success.
These cardio kickboxing classes feature a wide range of techniques to help you strengthen your body.
Feel the burn of a hard workout and then see the results of the cross fit challenge in your body.
When you enroll in some circuit training, you'll be amazed at how great your body looks.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
So this weekend, don't do the same old thing. Head to MetaBody Yoga & Fitness Pass!
Any CrossFit workout follows a six-word mission statement: constantly varied, high-intensity, functional movement. At CrossFit Kaiju, certified coaches adhere to this mantra by offering a new Workout of the Day to challenge visitors of all ages and abilities. By using functional movements—that is, things you might need in your everyday life, such as pulling (out a couch), lifting (all the couch cushions), and squatting (to pick up all that change)—CrossFit classes help build speed, strength, and endurance that offer benefits long after you leave the gym.
In addition to CrossFit classes, the gym offers more specialized workouts—Kaiju endurance (focusing on running, rowing and body weight movements to build wherewithal), Kaiju mobility (mixing group and individual exercises to improve flexibility and ease of motion), Kaiju gymnastics (concentrating on body weight movements and control), and Kaiju barbel (centering on olympic and power lifting).
CrossFit Stallings offers workouts based on functional movements and open to all fitness levels. During any given workout, coaches guide members through dead lifts and squats, push-ups, gymnastics dips, rope climbs, kettlebell swings, and sprints. By easily adjusting the weights, reps, and intensity, coaches make sure each person is equally challenged. The custom routines benefit classes filled with seasoned athletes and fitness newbies, and special CrossFit classes focus on working out teens and kids as young as age 3.
When you're ready to switch up your regular weekend routine, head to Matthews' Crossfit High Threat.
Shred your fat and define your muscles with a robust program of cross fit exercises.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Crossfit High Threat is calling your name! Give them a call today.
Featuring exercises that vary each session, boot-camp classes at Body by Buck prove that there's a difference between a workout and a routine. Founder Buck Buhler isn't fond of routine himself; he spent time as a football player, a wrestler, a personal trainer, and even a firefighter. His boot-camp sessions take advantage of his diverse fitness experience, helping participants of all fitness levels improve their condition through widely varied exercises including agility drills, core strengthening, weight training, and relay.
When he became a full-fledged CrossFit student, Nathan Stewart realized that it wasn't just the results that kept him returning to the squat rack. Sure, he was a fan of the program and its scalable workouts—weight-lifts, gymnastics techniques, and drills that adjust to suit anyone's fitness level—but they weren't the secret, addictive ingredient. That was community, or, as his bio puts it, "the joys of suffering with others rather than solo."
Today, Nathan teaches at his own CrossFit gym, CrossFit Indian Trail. His staff includes a police officer, a martial artist, and a former wrestling state champion. They all lead classes that emphasize sound form and the challenge of varied exercises. However, that feeling of community that drew Nathan to the program remains top priority. With their welcoming, supportive attitudes, his staff ensures that every student feels like part of the gym's family, whether they're tackling their first burpee or their thousand-and-first pinkie-only pull-up.