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  • Body By John
    Though he named his business after the Greek word for discipline, Tommy Holmes believes that exercisers require more than that to sustain a fitness regimen—they also need variety and a shared sense of community. Tommy prioritizes functional exercises such as weightlifting and gymnastics techniques. He acquaints his clients with kettlebells, resistance bands, and medicine balls, outfitting the most advanced students with Batman-like utility belts that hold all three. In addition to resistance routines, his workouts incorporate team-based drills and games to amuse as well as challenge participants. After teaching fundamental maneuvers and safety through his basics course, Tommy hosts group classes. He also crafts customized fitness and nutrition plans during personal-training sessions to help clients achieve personal goals, such as becoming the first person to run a backwards three-minute mile.
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    190 Riverside St. Unit 5A
    Portland, ME US
  • Fournier's Fitness and Martial Arts Center
    The instructors at Fournier?s Leadership Karate Center approach martial arts not as a defense technique, but as a way to improve your entire life. That?s why, in addition to instilling students with practical, real-world martial arts techniques, classes include stretching and aerobic routines for a full-body workout. Whether they?re learning krav maga, judo, shokotan karate, or fitness kickboxing, students learn patience, dedication, and self-respect along with their defense training. Classes take place on quality suede mats, and students also take full advantage of the facility?s two training rooms and standalone punching bags. The center welcomes students of every age and background, and caters especially to families. They even have an afterschool pickup program for younger students, and host numerous family-friendly events.
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    517 Warren Ave.
    Portland, ME US
  • Hardcore Hooping
    Out in the park, its not uncommon to see dozens of people swinging their hips, hooping and laughing. They're not going for a Guinness Book record or even competing: they're burning calories in a fun way. It's what Hardcore Hooping is all about—getting people together for energetic, healthy activities that shed pounds. The hooping experts design their multi-colored hoops specifically for the task, weighting them perfectly with water. That water swooshes around while hooping, creating a rhythmic sound that fosters a trance-like focus. Besides burning calories, hoop exercises build core strength and improve balance and flexibility. Hardcore Hooping also offers rental packages for events and leads high-energy fitness classes.
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    Deering Oaks Drive
    Portland, ME US
  • Pure Movement Portland
    Pure Movement's band of certified fitness instructors tap their years of experience to help their clients hone strong, flexible physiques. Seven days a week, students flood the studio's roomy practice space for morning and evening classes, where they perform conditioning exercises on the studio's ballet barre to target muscles in the seat, abdominals, arms, and thighs. Using a specialized Pilates Reformer apparatus, pupils perform classic Pilates moves against the tension of a system of ropes, pulleys, and strategically timed Hitchcock movie scores; mat-based classes utilize efficient floor work to toughen cores. The friendly instructors provide personalized attention during each group session, accommodating a range of experience levels and fitness goals.
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    526 W. Jefferson
    Fort Wayne, IN US
  • Quest Fitness Maine
    Between cheery, citrus-colored walls, Quest Cycle's instructors take stationary biking to a new level. Their 60-minute classes fold high-intensity, low-impact workouts into a supportive group atmosphere, suitable for all fitness levels. Wall-sized, high-definition video screens display footage from some of the most scenic rides in the country. For many, biking is an ideal workout, because when they're pedaling at a fierce clip, cyclists both torch up to 1,000 calories and build muscle?without risking stress on their joints or a slap from a fed-up punching bag. Group classes are the specialty, but private parties and one-on-one training sessions are also available.
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    132 Marginal Way
    Portland, ME US
  • Polartes Poll Fitness
    By combining elements of yoga, Pilates, and pole exercises, the instructors at Polartes Pole Fitness design total-body workouts for visitors of all skill and fitness levels. These workouts improve strength, endurance, and flexibility over time. Additionally, the sensual routines help empower students and bolster confidence.? Introductory-level lessons cover basic climbs and spins while building muscle tone in the arms and abs. As attendees hone their techniques, they can begin to learn more advanced pole skills, such as performing inversions, gracefully transitioning between tricks, and mastering the perfect tetherball shot.
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    1 Marginal Way
    Portland, ME US

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