110% FIT is definitely HOT!! The workouts are intense, monitored and allow the client to work at his/her own pace. Libby Westphal, Owner and Personal Trainer, definitely knows how to push you to the next level of fitness. Well…why wouldn’t she know how to motivate?? She practices exactly what she preaches.
We participated in their Scorched 60 and 75 MAX bootcamp classes. The Scorched 60 class is designed to burn 600-1,000 in a bootcamp-style class that incorporates drills designed to enhance agility, speed, power, strength, and quickness. The 75 MAX bootcamp class is an intense station workout done in intervals which includes spin bikes, rowing machines, boxing techniques, TRX, rope, box jumps, etc…
The culture motivated you to do more. The clients were familiar with each other and had no problem shouting verbal cues to get their workout partners to the next level. This workout environment is great for persons who prefer a structured program and a group environment geared to help you burn those extra calories and build firm muscles.
110% FIT pushes you to areas of fitness you could not imagine. With that said, emphasis is placed on technique and client safety. Every exercise was focused on specific muscle groups and was free of unwanted back soreness that is often present with bad technique/ faulty instructor cues.
So what type of personality would 100% FIT??
Anyone who wants guided exercise instruction
Anyone who enjoys group classes with great energy, laughter and camaraderie
Anyone who needs motivation. Motivation to reach physical peaks unimaginable
Anyone who is at the beginner, intermediate and advanced levels of fitness
Anyone who wants to avoid yearly contracts
Anyone who needs monitored exercise
Anyone looking to achieve GREATNESS
In an effort to enhance their knowledge on movement, 110% FIT and Missing Link Physical Therapy will be collaborating to introduce a class for persons who are interested on learning the ‘Basic Movements Required for Exercise’.
Call now and schedule a free session at 110% FIT if the details outlined above are the right fit for you.
110 FIT, LLC.
700 Fieldstone Drive #122
Leesburg, VA 20176
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Today I have the pleasure to introduce to my readers Next Phase Fitness. I had the opportunity to participate in their Elevate 60 class which was taught by Doug Frantzen, co-owner and trainer. The goal of Elevate 60 is to optimize loss of calories and build muscle for those of various fitness backgrounds. A wide range of training routines and trainers are available to assure that your specific fitness goals are met.
The environment of the gym was warm and welcoming, not only by the staff but also by those who were taking part in the class. The positive environment made me want to push harder during the class.
The heart rate monitored class motivated me to push to the next level and proved to be quite competitive for me. I was making sure I was on par with Mr. Frantzen 🙂 (Dougs dad!).
Heart Rate Monitor Screen
Next Phase Fitness is truly focused on the client. They want to know who you are, what you do and what your goal is as far as exercise is concerned. This new facility has the potential to grow and provide excellent service to all who participate in their classes.
So, let’s get to the reason why I am writing these blogs of gyms in the Loudoun area. We are looking to FIT you with the RGHT fitness facility so that you can get ‘FIT.’
Next Phase Fitness is great for:
Persons with an intermediate to advanced fitness background
Persons who love group workouts and the camaraderie of those around them
Persons who are interested in attending a fitness facility that does not have contracts
Persons who hold a clean environment near and dear to their heart (like me)
Persons who want to be pushed to the next level of fitness
Persons that want to be in an workout environment where the instructors and owners are looking out for your well being.
In an effort to enhance their knowledge on movement, Next Phase Fitness and Missing Link Physical Therapy will be collaborating to introduce a class for persons who are interested on learning the ‘Basic Movements Required for Exercise’.
Left: Andre Heletsi (Owner Missing Link Physical Therapy) Right: Doug Frantzen (Co-Owner Next Phase Fitness)
Please provide comments about your experience at Next Phase Fitness. I am sure our readers would love to hear about it so they can make the right FIT in order to get ‘FIT’.
If you have questions about Next Phase Fitness please contact them at:
Next Phase Fitness, LLC
21020 Sycolin Rd Suite 115
Ashburn, VA 20147
If you have questions for Missing Link Physical Therapy please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
We created Missing Link Physical Therapy as a place where dreams can be realized; it is ‘our’ utopia! One of our main goals is to give back to the community and to those in need. This year we have chosen to be affiliated with Children’s National Medical Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders.
In October 2014 I had the pleasure of visiting Children’s National and was given the Grand Tour by Doctor Anne Angilillo (Director of Leukemia and Lymphoma Program Division of Oncology Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders) and Martha McCollum (Director of Development at the Center of Cancer and Blood Disorders). The visit was quite profound as I have not had a loved one affected by this deadly disease. This visit made me realize that childhood cancer is a burden not only on the patient, but on the family as a whole. Often we live in this bubble and we don’t recognize the hardships that many people experience. On the outside of the bubble we don’t see the financial costs of treating cancer and the emotional stress it poses to the parents, siblings and extended family. As a father of two children I cannot imagine being faced with such a situation; consequently, we don’t want to wait until a loved one is affected by this deadly disease to play a part in finding a cure and in improving the quality of life of children suffering from cancer.
At Children’s National you see where the money is spent. The facility is patient and family centered. Clinically we see significant changes in survival rates; for example, children with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (most prevalent cancer treated at Children’s National) has a 95% survival rate today as compared to years ago where there was a fatal diagnosis. We must look beyond the children’s survival because they also need support for medical expenses as 75% of the children suffer long term conditions due to treatments. This progress can only continue with ongoing funding.
We at Missing Link Physical Therapy want to ensure that the progress made in research is ongoing. Please assist us in raising funds for Cancer and Blood Disorders!! We have set a goal to raise 15,000.00 by February 15th, 2015 and sincerely appreciate any donation you are able to offer, please remember that any amount helps. Let’s continue the fight against Cancer and Blood Disorders.
Thank you for your consideration and for being part of this worthwhile cause. Please use the following link to make your contribution today!