Where Do You Work Out?

Mar 30, 2022

Where Do You Work Out?

With a state-of-the-art fitness center on-site, people who live in the luxury private residences of the Atlantic have fitness on demand well in hand. The vistas on view from our own gym, combined with the variety of cardio and resistance equipment available for keeping the routine fresh and challenging, offer an environment that many find completely sustaining – as well as available at any time.

And yet, the more faithful a person might be to their fitness programs, the more likely they are to seek a change of pace, another set of resources, a way to keep their program fresh. Now that spring is in the drivers’ seat and swimsuit season is in sight, let’s have a look at a few of the places where residents of the Atlanta high-rise condos known as the Atlantic get their workout.

No Farther than Peachtree

Orangetheory, off Peachtree Street between 8th and 10th streets, offers a total-body workout combining science, coaching, and technology for maximum results. Known as the workout that you don’t leave in the gym, their approach is said to charge the metabolism for more caloric “afterburn,” meaning your exercise benefits continue even at rest among the Atlanta Midtown condos.

Rowing, cardio, and strength training are orchestrated to achieve these ends. The reason behind building rowing into the routine is one you might find interesting. Rowing activates 85% of the body’s muscles, and so it serves as a powerful integrator of the more specific muscle-group resistance exercises, while at the same time being a demanding cardio workout in its own right.

Even closer to the center of Midtown, Lion’s Den Fitness, at 9th and Peachtree, puts an emphasis on personal training. Accredited personal trainers create customized training plans and lead a series of before and after-work classes that, over a week, work the body from head to toe.

It’s a Blast

High-intensity interval training is of special interest for many. The capacity of this method to produce maximum results in a focused and feasible amount of time brings a lot of attention to Blast Midtown, on 6th Street NE. Covered, validated parking make Blast an easy trip, even for people beyond walking and biking distance.

Named from an acronym, BLAST – or Balanced Level of Aerobic/Anaerobic and Strength Training – developed their own high-intensity approach to interval training, an efficient way that people enjoy, for building muscle, losing weight, and improving the cardiovascular system in a one-hour workout. “Oh, and it’s a BLAST,” they say.

Facilities for metabolic profiling complete the assets that Blast Midtown puts on the side of their clients. Using a 45-minute assessment of three vital measurements – anaerobic threshold (AT), VO2 max, and resting metabolic rate (RMR) – the Blast team can formulate a fitness blueprint that personalizes the kind, the frequency, and the intensity of workout that works best for you.

And Farther Afield

The Forum Athletic Club Midtown is, in fact, located in Ponce City Market on the southeast fringe of Midtown. Yet, it figures prominently in the workout plans of many Midtown residents and executives. In every way a serious gym, the Forum nevertheless cultivates a family-friendly atmosphere. Invited guests occasionally include visiting movie folk who often specify the neighborhood for their lodging during film shoots.

For getting the most from life among the luxury condos in Atlanta Midtown and for discovering what their value may mean for your living and investment plans, just give us a call at 404-946-8363 or find out more at ownatlantic.com.