Wildly Fit: Putting the fun in fitness

Looking for ways to pump up your family’s fitness fun this summer? Try outdoor TRX classes, individualized training, or youth conditioning
at Wildly Fit.

Owners Amy and Christian Wilds, educated and experienced trainers, opened the 1000 sq.-ft. facility in January. Amy graduated from Michigan State with a degree in Kinesiology, and her husband, Christian, graduated with a degree in Exercise Science from Western Michigan. They hold multiple accreditations including personal training certifications from the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM). “We have been in Ann Arbor training and running fitness centers for about ten years now. It’s been a long time dream to own a business of our own,” Amy said.

The couple is excited about tailoring unique training experiences to get and keep people motivated about their fitness goals, Wilds says. They offer private training as well as classes for all ages. This summer, they’re offering outdoor TRX (full-body suspension) classes, and an Athletic Conditioning Kids Fitness Camp. “Having outdoor classes helps add variety to normal routines. We like to keep classes fulfilling and fun,” explains Wilds.

At Kids Fitness Camp, children ages 7-13 participate in sport enhancement, speed and agility, and core training, all in an outdoor setting. “We always make it a game at the end, adding hula hoops, water balloons and tug-of-war,” Wilds says, “but we also try to explain the importance of fitness, balance and self-esteem.”

Kids Fitness Camp runs from 1-2pm, Tuesdays and Thursdays, July 9 through August 15. Cost is $75 for one day, or $120 for both days. Wildly Fit, 220 Felch Street, Ann Arbor. Learn more at wildly-fit.com or 734-585-5745.

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