The certified personal trainers at Starka Fitness guide exercisers through fun full-body workouts that cultivate strength, balance, and muscle tone. TRX suspension training employs sturdy straps to turn the human body into its own weight machine. Instructors draw from more than 300 bodyweight exercises to help build strong, flexible muscles in the arms, abs, and back. One-hour boot-camp sessions burn calories by pairing indoor and outdoor strength-training drills with cardio exercises, enabling campers to swim through quicksand with confidence. All campers meet with a trainer before the first class, where they set goals to accomplish through jumping rope, tossing medicine balls, and lifting kettlebells. During Pilates sessions, up to 20 students fortify torso muscles and sculpt lean, flexible limbs with stretches and precisely controlled movements. Contact the studio for its latest schedule of classes and Mr. Universe birthdays.
World-renowned and highly regarded, The Princeton Review helps prepare students for getting into college, law school, and grad school through a fleet of exam-prep classes. During the informative sessions—which cover such tests as the SAT, ACT, LSAT, and GRE—handpicked, rigorously trained teachers coach students to relinquish anxiety over upcoming tests. They conduct math reviews, reading sessions, and writing exercises that pair pupils with weighted pens. In addition to leading group classes, the teachers offer in-person and online private-tutoring services, which are customized to each pupil's learning needs.
Yoga prevents your mind and body from feuding, which may result in stress, general aches, and sour-jaw. Today's Groupon to Namaste Yoga Studio gets you eight yoga classes for $25 (normally $75) to use anytime within 30 days—that's about $3 per class. Supplement your newfound fitness routine with Namaste's weekly free community class every weekend.
CrossFit Body-Mechanic’s coach Casey Schmidt—who placed among the top 21% of athletes at the 2012 CrossFit Games Open—blasts away body fat with what he calls “the sport of fitness.” He and his students compete against their own best times, heaviest weights, and highest number of reps to become leaner, meaner functional athletes.
By placing science, mathematics, and technology at the core of their program, the teachers at Overachievers Academy Inc. prepare students in elementary and middle school for a prosperous future in the tech industry. These professionals use the Backwards Design Model, meaning they start with conceptualizing the desired results, then move backwards to sketch out a suitable approach for achieving those results. That kind of reverse-engineering has led the team to some unconventional techniques, such as integrating lessons on story-telling and graphic design into their more quantifiable lesson plans.
Snap Fitness members have 24/7 access to the gym's wealth of cardio and strength-training equipment. Each of Snap Fitness's well-kept gyms allow members to use personal keycards to access training rooms during daylight, moonlight, or cloudy, mysterious hours. A bevy of workout machines, free weights, and philosophically constrained enclosementist weights, help keep waiting to a minimum. As an added perk, participants get a 60-minute personal-training session, in which trainers measure a member's strength, flexibility, and endurance in order to draft a custom workout plan. Trainers will also help members become familiar with each piece of equipment's functionality and taste in music.