Nick Berry and Pat Rigsby founded Fitness Revolution and Athletic Revolution with a strong sentiment in mind: “The fitness industry has failed us.” Disillusioned with the impersonal trainers, unrealistic promises, and intimidatingly buff treadmills they saw as symptomatic of big-box gyms, the duo set out to create a fitness haven focused on individuals. At their centers, trainers work with clients one-on-one in small groups to customize workouts to each one’s highly personalized goals. Eight or 16 students at a time—adults or kids— take part in these small-group personal-training sessions, which serve to combine personal attention with a supportive atmosphere.
Snap Fitness has locations on five continents, all open 24/7 and staffed by certified fitness professionals. The Leduc gym houses an expansive workout floor equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and tanning machines. Trainers lead personal-training sessions and group fitness classes, as well as additional services such as fitness consultations and nutrition profiles.
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The trainers at Healthy Rhino realized a sad truth about working out and eating right: most people know they should, but they don't really want to. So they decided to do things differently at Healthy Rhino, ensuring that their clients have a good time and learn how to balance living life with reaching their health goals. The trainers reject the one-size-fits-all philosophy of diet and exercise, and instead, they get to know their clients so they can help them reach their individual goals. Instructors offer eight classes each day, and the classes are capped at 10 students so everyone still benefits from the instructor's attention and encouragement—giving the classes a personal training feel. They also design custom meal plans to help everyone stay on track with healthy eating habits more effectively than just swapping out candy corn for real corn.
The gym's colourful walls and chalk body outlines on the floor speak to the staff's offbeat sense of humour and energy. And rather than modeling their workouts off another programs', they've developed their own routines, down to their own names for exercises—such as the Princess Leia and the Homer Simpson.
My Gym children's fitness center, which currently has more than 325 international locations, began more than 31 years ago as a structured place for children to safely play, acquire new skills, and romp around. This dedication to imparting the benefits and fun of fitness still earns acclaim today; in 2014, My Gym was named the best children's fitness center by Entrepreneur magazine.
My Gym's popularity stems from its signature program, which helps children from 6 weeks through 10 years of age develop their physical, cognitive, and emotional well-being. This development unfolds in the centers' fun classes, which teach kids fundamental skills through music, dance, games, sports, and more. In addition to boosting physical attributes such as balance, coordination, and strength, these classes also teach kids important social abilities, as well as boost their self-esteem.