Gyms in Ypsilanti


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  • Vixen Fitness
    Vixen Fitness’s certified instructor Danielle Green was fed up with the lack of exercise programs designed to empower women. After a year of throwing private dance parties in her clients’ homes, Danielle realized that many women pursue fitness to feel desirable, which involves not only simple aesthetics, but also self-confidence. Her insights panned out. Today, her all-female fitness operation includes two studios where she and her team of sultry instructors help women unleash their inner Aphrodites. In a comfortable setting, women swivel into leaner bodies during pole-dancing and sensual-dance classes. When they’re not teaching lap dance and aerobic strip-tease classes, teachers help students carve out fitter frames with Zumba and yogalates—a hybrid of yoga and Pilates—and host the original bachelorette and girl’s night out parties that inspired the studio's beginning.
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    2094 Whittaker Road
    Ypsilanti, MI US
  • PVSFIT
    The expert coaches at PVSFIT combine nutrition and fitness in their training, aiming to create well-rounded individuals with healthy habits. Owner Paul Van Slambrouck combines his ACE and ISSA certifications and 15 years of experience to train clients, which include high level and elite gymnasts, martial artists, tri-atheletes, competitive body builders, and every day gym go-ers. With the majority of sessions set up as one-on-one trainings, PVSFIT aims to help clients feel comfortable and stay focused on their goals through a private, intimate environment. However, in addition to one-on-on personal-training and virtual-coaching sessions, they also lead groups through intense boot-camp sessions.
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    2140 Oak Valley Drive
    Ann Arbor, MI US
  • B Young B Fit
    Founded by certified personal trainer Brian Young in 2006, B Young B Fit fitness center is not like a traditional gym. Rather than leaving visitors to conquer the machines solo, the team motivates and instructs them throughout their workouts, offering tips and encouragement. This method, which they dub ?personalized fitness,? infuses all of their offerings, from group-fitness classes to one-on-one training sessions and custom nutrition plans.
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    100 Olds Robb
    Ypsilanti, MI US
  • Ypsi Studio
    Taking a holistic approach to fitness, Ypsi Studio provides group fitness classes and personal-training sessions from ACE-certified personal trainer, Level II willPower & grace instructor, and Schwinn-certified indoor-cycling coach, Julia Collins. Her classes include spin, yoga and Pilates classes, as well as willPower & grace sessions, an exercise program that combines dance with yoga postures and calisthenics. Her studio also provides massage and nutrition services for a complete approach to wellness.
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    208 W Michigan Ave.
    Ypsilanti, MI US
  • Curves
    Members at Curves, a fitness center designed exclusively for women, rotate around a circuit of hydraulic resistance machines that have been designed to work with female bodies and promote weight loss, protect against osteoporosis, and deal with arthritis. An experienced trainer is always nearby to help manage participants? machine maneuvering and muscle making. Instead of fiddling with weight stacks and losing momentum, the hydraulic machines use your own body weight, fitness level, and aerodynamic water bottle to create resistance that matches abilities, decreasing the risk of soreness or injury. Because traditional lift-and-lower motions create bulky muscles, each machine uses push-and-pull motions to create toned, lean muscles perfect for crushing a grapefruit without looking like you can.
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    2624 Washtenaw Rd
    Ypsilanti, MI US
  • Infinite Iron
    The experienced personal fitness trainers at Infinite Iron design custom strength-training programs that include differing levels of weightlifting and cardio depending on the results clients wish to achieve. In one month of 45-minute sessions, gym-goers pump dumbbells and barbells to build muscle and swallow medicine balls to fight head colds. Clients make full use of the gym's equipment, which includes kettlebells, bosu balls, and swiss balls. Trainees also run in place on treadmills and ellipticals in order to raise their heart rates and to symbolize the lack of progress mankind has made in the science of mustard-stain removal.
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    208 West Michigan Avenue
    Ypsilanti, MI US

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