Gymnanigans Is a Fitness Studio; Not a Gym...What's the Difference?
A gym and a fitness studio are both places where people can work out and improve their physical fitness, but they have some differences.
A gym is a larger facility that typically offers a wider range of exercise equipment, including weightlifting machines, cardio equipment, and free weights. Gyms often have a larger floor space, are more spacious and offer more room for members to work out. They often have a more casual atmosphere, with a focus on self-guided workouts.
A fitness studio, like Gymnanigans, on the other hand, is a smaller, more specialized facility that focuses on developing physical and mental skills using evidence based methods including goal setting sessions, performance review, customized training plans, 1:1 consultations, group sessions and personal training.
Fitness studios, like Gymnanigans are usually designed to offer a more intimate and personal environment, and typically have a higher staff-to-member ratio. It's
Gymnanigans offers a limited range of equipment, but the focus is on eliminating body dysfunction by working through primal movement patterns like pushing, pulling, squatting, lunging, rotating and walking. Plus we use resistance tools, like free weights, barbells, bands and med balls to develop strength.
In short, gyms offer a wider range of equipment for individual workouts, while fitness studios like Gymnanigans offer a more intimate and focused environment for group fitness classes.
Plus at Gymnanigans you can talk 1:1 with an Exercise Physiologist :) I help rejuvenate your body.
-Donna M., Exercise Physiologist