• Dumbbell Row

    Dumbbell Upright Row

    Grasp dumbbells and stand with palms facing front of thighs. Pull dumbbells to front of shoulder with elbows leading out to sides. Allow wrists to flex as dumbbells rise upward. Lower and repeat.

  • Tricep Kickbacks

    Tricep Kickbacks Workout

    Hold a below average weight in both hands and bend over until your torso is at a 45-degree angle or parallel to the floor.Begin the movement by bending the arms and pulling the elbows up to torso level. Holding that position, straighten the arms out behind you, squeezing the triceps muscles. Bend the arms back to starting position and repeat for 10-16 reps.

  • Kneeling Pushups

    Kneeling Pushup Workout

    Place your hands on the ground shoulder width apart. Start from your knees, lower your torso to the ground until your elbows form a 90 degree angle. Push back up with the palms of your hands. Repeat 20 times or until you feel the burn.

  • Barbell Split Squat

    Barbell Squats

    Hold a bar across your upper back with an overhand grip. Place just the instep of your back foot on a bench.
    Slowly lower your body as far as you can. Pause, then push yourself back up to the starting position as quickly as you can. Complete the prescribed number of reps with your left leg forward, then do the same number with your right foot in front of your left.

  • Squat Jump

    Squat Jump

    Stand with feet slightly more than hip-width apart, hands behind head, and elbows out. Squat, pushing hips back and bending at knees; keep chest upright and knees behind toes (A). Push off floor and jump as high as possible (B), immediately lowering into next squat.

  • Speed Skater

    Stand with feet hip-width apart, arms by sides. Hop to right, landing on right foot while sweeping left foot diagonally behind right leg and swinging left arm across body and right arm behind back. Jump to left, switching legs and arms to complete 1 rep.

  • Exercise Ball Jackknives

    Place your feet and shins firmly on top of a Swiss ball.
    Fully extend outwards onto your forearms into full push up position to form a bridge.
    With your abs tightened, slowly draw in your lower abs and roll the ball inwards towards your hips.
    Bring the ball in until your quads are perpendicular to the floor, hold for .5 seconds, and return to starting position.
    Repeat for 12-20 reps.

  • Hanging Knee Ups

    Using a dip machine, place your forearms firmly on the pads with your body straight.
    Powerfully contract your lower abs and pull your thighs upward into your chest.
    Squeeze the contraction, hold for 1 second, and slowly lower back to start.
    Repeat for 12-2o reps.

  • Ab Pulse Ups

    Lie flat on your back on top of a flat bench or on the floor. If you’re on the floor place your hands under your butt; if you’re on a bench place your hands behind your head to produce a deep stretch.
    Tighten your core, contract your lower abs, and raise your legs until they’re 100% vertical. Your body should form a 90º angle. That’s your starting position.
    SQUEEZE your butt & lower abs and use your hips to push your legs directly upwards. This is a “pulse.” Don’t bend your legs.
    Hold at the top for .5 seconds, slowly lower, and allow your butt to briefly touch the bench.
    Immediately repeat the pulsing motion for a full set.
    Once you’re able to do 15 reps, perform with a light dumbbell in between your feet. You’ll amp up the weight and shock your abs into new growth.








Precor Machines

We have raised the bar in the Savannah fitness market with our new cardio equipment. Precor® is an industry leader in both comfort and technology. This state-of-the-art equipment adapts to your body’s needs, resistance and pace to provide a more effective workout. Cardio equipment includes treadmills, ellipticals, bikes and adaptive motion trainers. 



Nautilus Workout and Fitness Equipment

Nautilus Machines

Nautilus is the gold standard in fitness and widely considered the founder of the modern commercial gym. In 1970, Nautilus revolutionized fitness, incorporating its Nautilus cam design across a wide range of circuit training equipment. Today, Nautilus serves consumers via retail, carrying on its tradition of excellence by producing gym-quality cardio and strength solutions for the home.