Franklin’s premier boutique fitness studio allows you to experience a variety of addictive, body transforming workouts all in one space. Located in the heart of Franklin, Sweat offers high velocity group fitness classes and personal training. We’ve assembled a team of the most sought after instructors and trainers in the city who lead results-driven classes that clients crave.
Velocity Cross Training, Interval Training Bootcamp, Cardio Box, Barre Burn, Dance it Out, POUND, Yoga with Weights, Toned to the Core, and Spin!
We know that your body and mind plateau if you continue to do the same exact workouts day after day and year after year. That’s where Sweat comes in! The cool thing about our studio is that when you buy one of our class packages, you can enjoy ANY and ALL CLASSES you want. You aren’t tied to just taking a Barre class or just taking Spin…unless you just want to and that’s fine with us too! Your package is yours to use as you want, but it’s nice to know that you can get your cardio, your stretch, your strength, your burn, your conditioning, your sculpt, and your dance on — all under one roof! Gonna make you Sweat!
As you approach middle age and beyond, you may start noticing that things don’t always work the way they used to. Maybe you get tired more easily or you find it’s harder to stand up after you’ve been sitting on the floor for a while. You may even start to feel the occasional ache or pain in well-used joints. Just because you’re aging chronologically doesn’t mean you need to put up with aging biologically.
You’ll need A hand towel and a 5- to 8-pound weight
The Plan: Take five minutes (even two minutes here, three there) most days to perform your fave combo of the chiselers. Try one set of 8 reps of all 10 moves, or pick a few and do two sets of 12 reps.
Nutrition as it applies to our daily lives means that we take in what we need to maintain our body’s healthy state. Nutrition has become an important word thanks to the involvement of the USDA in our daily food requirements, and the FDA’s involvement in determining what is and is not dangerous for us to consume.
You pick up the magazines each day, and you’re bombarded with health and fitness information. Advertisements and articles that are designed to impart much needed information to the reader about the state of fitness and health in America today, and what we as responsible citizens should do.
Fitness refers to ability of the body to function with vigor and alertness. Nutrition refers to the nurturing of our body, in our ability to keep it healthy and functioning as it is supposed to do. Our ability to provide the body with all the necessary food, vitamins, and minerals so that we continue to thrive in our daily life processes. But do we know if we are really fit?
How do we tell?