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  • Casa Salsa ® - Fort Lauderdale
    A professional dancer who has strutted across dance floors from Miami to New York, Christian Espinola founded Casa Salsa with the hope of bringing Latin dance to the masses. That hope has since become reality, as Christian continues to welcome new students to freewheeling Zumba workouts and salsa classes geared toward singles and couples. But he's not alone in his efforts. The rest of his team brings a wide range of influences to Casa Salsa; Miami native Alfredo Rodriguez draws on his experience as a DJ, while Peruvian native Angie Zumaran draws on the bachata steps he started learning at a young age.
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    140 Weston Rd
    Weston, FL US
  • BB3 Training Center
    The "BB3" in BB3 Training Center stands for Billy Beck III, the fitness studio's decorated owner. Billy has a master's degree in exercise physiology, a handful of personal-training awards, and an eye for bringing aboard talented personal trainers. His and his staff's mission is to motivate and teach exercisers during personal-training sessions and group fitness classes. Bolstering the workouts are personalized programs, a slate of fitness assessments, and nutrition counseling.
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    250 Racquet Club Rd
    Weston, FL US
  • Kidokinetics
    With rising rates in childhood obesity, physical activity for every child is of paramount importance. Kidokinetics is the fun way to fitness that?s inspiring kids to get up, get moving and get in shape! Kidokinetics is an exciting and unique program developed to promote sports and fitness to boys and girls.
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    304 Indian Trace #121
    Weston, FL US
  • Bikram Yoga North Miami Beach
    Jenny Sanchez believes that yoga really can heal, and she?s pretty persuasive. Originally a personal trainer, Sanchez suffered from bad knees that couldn?t be made right by her standard gym regimen. When a friend recommended hot yoga, she jumped in and unwittingly started the ball rolling for an eventual career change. ?She told me I had to do four classes a week and break my butt every time I went in there for a month. The more you do it, the better it becomes.? And it worked?Sanchez? knees don?t bother her anymore, and on top of that, she found she had gained the upper-body definition she had always wanted, but hadn't achieved in the gym. She was so ?all about? hot yoga that she opened her own studio. But Sanchez isn?t the only one that has noticed the restorative benefits of hot yoga. ?People who come to yoga want the total mind-body experience. And they work through stuff. You feel like you?re enhancing someone?s life just by giving them space to do this.? During her classes at Bikram Yoga, practitioners endure 105-degree temps as they run through a series of 26 postures, holding them long enough to promote flexibility, strength, and appreciation for the Statue of Liberty?s discipline. And though the routine doesn?t change, the results keeps coming Sanchez says, ?because your body keeps changing, it challenges you every single day.?
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    1334 SW 160th Ave
    Weston, FL US
  • Mommycise Fitness
    After her third child was born, fitness professional Kim Goodman knew she needed a new way to stay fit. She eventually found the inspiration she hoped for right under her nose: her baby. With a little experimenting, she created a workout regimen that allowed her to bond with her baby while burning calories. Many of the exercises are built around simple things most new mothers have on hand, like their own body, stability balls, and, yes, a baby. And so Mommycise Fitness came to be, with classes designed for expectant mothers and those with children ages 6 weeks to 3 years. Her 60-minute regimen combines fat-burning intervals, strength training, cardiovascular exercise, and stretching. Mothers and children get to enjoy close contact during class while doing mutually safe exercises, designed with the post-natal body in mind. Kim warns moms to dress to exercise—the class summons up a good sweat—and to bring any baby gear they need with them. Mommycise Fitness provides all the other necessary pieces of workout equipment, including yoga mats and light weights.
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    1306 Southwest 160th Avenue
    Weston, FL US
  • Pilates of Weston
    Joseph Pilates invented his signature exercises to help wounded soldiers recover from trauma sustained in battle. The form also proved adept in handling many of the stresses and injuries faced in modern American life. The instructors at Pilates of Weston take Mr. Pilates’s classical approach to fitness, making the entire body healthier by strengthening the core first. They use reformer machines––a name coined by Joseph Pilates––to provide extra resistance during the exercises, thus training the body more quickly. They use a suite of 500 different exercises to help their students flatten and tone midsections, improve posture, and prevent future injury.
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    2600 Glades Circle Suite 300
    Weston, FL US

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