Stop by Davis-Ward Ctr in Regina today and have a fun-filled adventure with the whole entire family.
Remember personal trainers are available to help strengthen your core and keep you on track.
Accommodating different levels of experience, injuries, or other limiting factors, the cross fit challenge is the workout plan you've been looking for.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
When you're ready to switch up your regular weekend routine, head to Regina's Missfitchick.
You'll feel the satisfying burn after a cross fit workout.
Kickboxing is a great form of cardio exercise.
Excellently priced and more than worth their results, this gym invites you to try one of their dynamic personal trainers today.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Equipment: Our classes use body weight, cardio equipment, and kettle bells.
Students should bring: A clean pair of shoes, a towel if needed, and a water bottle.
Average class length: 30-60 minutes
Number of Staff: 1–5
Class location: Indoors only
Registration required: Yes
Good for beginners: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
"My philosophy is [that] work pays off, and nothing exceptional comes easy," says Bradley Taylor, owner and personal trainer at Fit Living. The fact that he lives out that philosophy is evidenced by his university background in Physical Activity Studies, and his ever-growing body of certifications from the Can-Fit Pro education centre. He brings his expertise to both personal training sessions, and group classes, such as core conditioning, which focuses on core work, and Shred, an intense circuit-training experience. Despite his hard-working philosophy, Bradley's gym is open to individuals of all fitness levels; he's even trained people who were well over 70 years of age.
The trainers at Body Revolution Fitness believe in good workout grammar. They emphasize the notion of "syntax"—the proper order and inclusion of several habits that each contribute to a healthy body. Workouts are one key element, of course, and the backbone of the primary staff's three-month program. They customize 30-minute routines for their clients based on weight loss and strength goals, maintaining that a half-hour of exercise at a vigourous intensity leads to notable results and minimal exhaustion. They also counsel their patrons on nutritional choices, bad habits, and general lifestyle plans, functioning as listening ears rather than just mantra machines.
Each of the trainers has two- or four-year degree and at least two years of experience in the industry. Led by owner Trevor Folgering, they conduct private and semi-private sessions bookended by assessments and consultations. Customers who can't report to their location can even sign up for coaching online or over the phone, accessing the gym's internet wellness portal for a bounty of resources.
Though Adrenaline Personal Training Studios looks like a garage, there’s not a single car or snow blower inside. There’s a tire or two and also a sled, but it looks nothing like a toboggan. This is a weighted sled, a tool that helps exercisers build speed and power. It’s part of an arsenal of functional training equipment, which includes agility ladders, strongman yokes, squat racks, and York weightlifting gear. Certified trainers and strength coaches teach clients how to use these tools during workouts that range from partner training to outdoor boot camps. One-on-one training is tailored to individual goals such as weight loss, sports performance, or injury rehab, and group sessions revolve around shared objectives and teamwork. In addition to leading strength and cardio workouts, staffers build custom nutrition plans to help clients slim down, build muscle, or win a staring contest with a many-eyed potato. After workouts, exercisers can head to the locker room to change or unwind with the help of a massage therapist’s relaxing strokes.
At District Fitness Studio, a dedicated team of personal trainers, massage therapists, kinesiologists, and health professionals nurture clients toward their personal goals with a full stock of equipment and individual attention. The facility integrates comforting design elements such as Victorian wallpaper, plant arrangements, and leather seating in its fitness areas, eliminating the sterile and unwelcoming atmosphere often found in fitness studios. At the center of the health-and-wellness lounge, District Fitness Studio trainers lead groups through kettlebell training, TRX training, nutrition counselling, and fitness plans. The staff also guides individuals with personal training to address specific goals without having to worry about whether their fellow exercisers are actually undercover agents from rival fitness schools.