CompleteBody Fitness

by | Nov 9, 2015 | Uncategorized

The 10 Hanover Square CompleteBody location approach to fitness combines the best techniques reflecting their six essential elements: Strength, aerobics, flexibility, nutrition, meditation, and rest.

CompleteBody is well known for their signature class CBXT, that stand for Complete Body Cross Training. This class allows you to burn up to 1000 calories in an hour. Their certified and skilled team of pro and elite trainers, offer diverse and customized programs based on a holistic heath. They are goal-oriented and create a program to help build strength, conditioning, flexibility, and cardiovascular health.

Over 50 classes are available to members and non-members. Classes include spin, yoga and meditation, total body conditioning, boot camp, cardio, zumba, kickboxing, and many more.

CompleteBody has an in-house Physical Therapy that includes a complementary club membership with bi-weekly therapy sessions. They accept all kinds of insurance and cater to a variety of patient care, providing traditional and progressive practices for all populations.

The 10 Hanover Square location have available a juice bar that will support you with all the proper nutrition. They make their own complete juice, which uses only natural ingredient’s for frozen yogurt, smoothies and juices. Once you’ve tasted one, you’ll never settle for anything less. They have a variety of detoxes, cleanses, and pre and post workout options that you can choose from.

It’s never too late to join, the cold weather may be coming but summer bodies are made in the winter. Join online or stop by at any of their three locations, 10 Hanover Square, 19th street, 57th street and start getting in shape.

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By: Eddy Garay




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