Exercise Times

214 Main Street, Fort Mill

Eight Personal-Training Sessions for One, Two, or Three at Exercise Times (Up to 74% Off)

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Highlights

Trainers offer guidance on the motivation, education, and training practices needed to improve physical fitness in private or group sessions

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Charlene
2 ratings2 reviews
Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
June 30, 2022
I started with Jovon almost a month ago. I am very pleased and am continuing to work with him. Our first meeting was to set goals, take measurements and weigh in. He is knowledgeable about fitness, very motivating and he pushes me to be better. The facility is clean and the other customers are nice and respectful when sharing equipment. I highly recommend Exercise Times as a fitness option.
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Wayne
2 ratings2 reviews
Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
December 28, 2021
Purchased groupon. Met Jovon, He is a good guy that knows his stuff. cannot wait to get started
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Dawn
14 ratings10 reviews
Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
February 7, 2021
Jovan is the best motivator! He doesn’t sugarcoat anything! I highly recommend!!💪💪
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Patricia
17 ratings15 reviews
Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
March 17, 2020
Great Experience. Trainer is very good with helping with the proper equipment to use for certain area of the body. I just regret that I did not go to Exercise Times months ago.
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Robin
5 ratings4 reviews
Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
January 8, 2020
Great Experience
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Choose from Three Options

  • $72.90 for eight personal-training sessions for one ($230 value)
  • $81.90 for eight group-training sessions for two ($260 value)
  • $63.45 for eight group-training sessions for three ($240 value)

Building Muscle: Cells on the Move 

Read on to learn exactly how fitness classes leave you with more muscle or better tone.

Bulky upper-body muscles might have hindered early humans who had to chase their prey across the plains, but it could help those who often had to climb trees to adjust their satellite dishes. That’s why the body builds muscle according mostly to use: do enough curls, and the biceps expand. As anyone who has experienced post-workout soreness could intuit, those curls are actually a form of controlled damage, making thousands of miniscule tears to the muscle tissue that beckon autoimmune cells to show up alongside testosterone and other hormones. The white blood cells help switch on satellite cells, which are similar to stem cells. Before they're activated, satellite cells aren't doing much—instead, they lie dormant around muscle fibers until they're called into action to repair torn tissue.

This isn't the only kind of cellular transformation at work in growing muscles. Long muscle cells, which contain several nuclei, can also begin to change type after a workout. Certain kinds of muscle fibers are equipped to handle brief bursts of effort but will quickly become tired if asked to do more intense work. These are the first to disappear as someone starts an exercise routine, as they're converted into fibers with more endurance. This principle is so dramatic that a sports scientist can generally tell whether someone is a professional athlete or a professional mattress model by examining a minute sample of muscle tissue.

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