At Box and Lift, Harly and Brian combine boxing and weightlifting to equip clients with both strength training and boxing acumen. Harly’s strength-training program enables clients to tone their muscles with exercises that train the body and mind. Brian, who helms the boxing program, arms students with real boxing skills combined with a great cardio workout to help burn calories.
When you're ready to switch up your regular weekend routine, head to New York's Circuit of Change.
Personal trainers are also available to work with those who prefer an individualized work out regimen.
Prove your dedication to a defined physique by utilizing a dynamic program of cross fit exercises.
Jab, hook, kick! These kickboxing classes will teach you the basic fundamentals and give you a great cardio workout.
When you want a little more fun than just cardio, you should try the great aerobics offered here.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Like most good ideas, Gymboree Play and Music didn't begin in a business meeting—it began out of necessity. In 1976, Joan Barnes, a California mom, found herself frustrated with the lack of spaces where she could take her kids for safe and age-appropriate play time. Knowing that other parents were undoubtedly feeling the same frustration, she took matters into her own hands and founded Gymboree Play and Music. She consulted experts to design a curriculum of activities to foster the development of children’s cognitive, physical, and social skills through structured play. She hired a nationally renowned playground designer Jay Beckwith to design the proprietary play equipment at her centers. And her staff began conducting entertaining classes covering subjects ranging from music to sports to impart valuable lessons of imagination and physical activity to developing minds.
As their children learned and socialized, parents also found benefit in meeting and befriending other moms and dads in their local area. More than 30 years later, her vision has proved to be a success: more than 712 child-centered franchises now spread over 42 countries, bringing confidence and creativity to thousands of youngsters in several continents and to one in the center of the earth.
Dig out those old skates collecting dust in the closet and try out those old skating tricks on the rink at Chelsea Piers Sports and Entertainment Complex in New York.
Punch and kick away your stress and anger during one of these kickboxing classes.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Though it doesn’t have its own zip code, yet, Kidville is a sought-after destination for youngsters. The bustling children’s center pulsates with activities designed to cultivate youngsters’ social and developmental skills, such as classes in music, dance, and cooking. Art classes foster creativity and self-expression, and a play space helps children unleash pent-up energy more effectively than journaling on the living room wall in permanent marker. The fun zone also hosts birthday parties in various themes—including railroad, racecar, fairy princess, and superhero—in which the staff takes care of the details, set-up, and cleanup, allowing parents to join in on the fun.
The Gym Park hosts a variety of kids fitness classes, starting with mommy-and-me training for tots, and ramping up to classes for older kids in activities such as tumbling, gymnastics, and parkour. But don't be fooled—the gym's team of instructors also knows the value of play. Hence their open play sessions, where kids spend unstructured time on the gym's bars and tumbling equipment, trying out new moves and pretending there's lava in the floor, or, for a lower difficulty level, the ceiling. The gym's birthday parties, led by two instructors, are similarly playful, as open play sessions accompany built-in time for eating cake.