Gyms and stores for fitness-minded folks. New to Nashville – Fall 2017


Nashletics

2022 Lindell Ave, Nashville, TN 37203
nashletics.com

Nashletics is Nashville’s most diverse functional fitness facility. Located in the Melrose area, Nashletics began as a CrossFit gym and has recently launched new programs catering to those who may love the intensity and camaraderie, but want to lay off the barbells. While CrossFit continues to be a staple at Nashletics, the newest program, Afterburn, features cardio conditioning and high intensity interval training without barbells. The class is programmed for fat loss and designed to elicit the post-exercise calorie burn. Nashletics has also rolled out a Range of Motion class similar to yoga and designed to supplement either the CrossFit or Afterburn program by decreasing the risk of injury and increasing athletic performance. Owner Mark Molinyawe has always had a focus on changing the perception of CrossFit being too hardcore. “The most common reason people shy away from CrossFit is that they’re not in ‘CrossFit’ shape. We’re here to bridge that gap and reduce the intimidation,” says Molinyawe. Finally, Nashletics is also adding a functional lifting program focused on aesthetics. The program, called LGN (Look Good Naked), is partnered with Artistic Muscle and helps tone and build lean muscle.


The CoolSpot Cryotherapy

103 White Bridge Pike, Suite 2, Nashville, TN 37209
coolspotcryo.com

The CoolSpot Cryotherapy opened in the Summer of 2017 by award winning personal trainer Josh Rogers and his fitness followers Cynthia Arnholt, Perian Strang, and Mary Wilson with a common goal to bring revolutionary muscle and joint recovery options to the Nashville community. All have been avid users and proponents of Whole Body Cryotherapy since 2012. The partners decided to launch their own active recovery center following major market trends around the country. Whole Body Cryotherapy (WBC) has been utilized worldwide since the 1970s to enhance recovery from both joint and muscle pain, and increase health and wellness. Improving on the traditional ice baths, WBC flushes toxins and enriches red blood cells with oxygen, nutrients, and enzymes. Athletic recovery time is shortened, pain and inflammation are reduced, and energy levels are significantly increased. The CoolSpot Cryotherapy features the Cryomed Cryochamber, the first and only UL-compliant unit, as well as the NormaTec pulse recovery system. NormaTec pulse technology improves muscle soreness and circulation by massaging muscles and decreasing lactic acid build up.


Mountain High Outfitters
1700 21st Ave S, Nashville, TN 37212
mountainhighoutfitters.com

Mountain High Outfitters (MHO) is excited to add another location in the Nashville area. Mountain High Outfitters started in the Franklin/Cool Springs area off McEwen Drive. Owner and CEO Christopher Groom plans to enhance the Nashville community by continuing to provide for the active and outdoor lifestyle. The center will come alive this fall as they are slated to open late October, early November. Whether you are male or female, young or old, Mountain High Outfitters has a variety of products for the everyday lifestyle, your next trip or adventure, or the latest sporting activity. MHO offers footwear, apparel, accessories, and gear from well known brands such as Patagonia, The North Face, True Grit, Birkenstock, Barbour, Filson, Chaco, Mountain Khaki, Rayban, Arc’teryx, Osprey, and many more. Stop by this upcoming holiday season to shop your favorite brands!


Odyssey Fitness
odyssey-fitness.com

Odyssey’s staff has helped hundreds of busy people lose anywhere between 10 to 100 lbs without living at the gym and stressing over their diet. Odyssey Fitness does things differently. In fact, they don’t even have a facility. Odyssey comes to train you at your home or apartment complex, within your workplace, or outside in the community. Their focus is getting you the results you desire while accommodating to your busy schedule. Odyssey Fitness offers one-on-one to small group personal training as well as  offers a variety of fitness classes that range from Boot Camp to Yoga. Owner and exercise physiologist Ethan Painter has more than 10 years of experience in the fitness industry and has had previous employment with The Cleveland Clinic, where he focused on employee wellness. After years at The Cleveland Clinic, Ethan decided to pursue an opportunity with Vanderbilt University Medical Center. From there, Ethan decided Nashville needed a wellness company that catered to the busy lifestyles of the city, so Odyssey Fitness became his next pursuit. Since launching in April, Odyssey Fitness has already teamed up with several corporations to drive down healthcare expenses. Odyssey’s next endeavor is to jump into the heart of Nashville—the music industry. Photo credit: Taylor Alexander Photography


The Crag | Nashville Strength Company
15115 Old Hickory Blvd, Nashville, TN 37211
iloverockclimbing.com | nashvillestrength.co

The Crag and Nashville Strength Company are no strangers to the Nashville fitness scene. Both companies have been serving the local community for years. What’s new is that both companies are expanding to a second location. The Crag is built around a passion for climbing, community, and the adventure lifestyle. The Crag team has partnered with Nashville Strength Company to cover a wide range of fitness programming at their new South Nashville location, opening in late September. The addition of fitness programming will spring The Crag and Nashville Strength Company into a new world of possibilities. In addition to climbing for climbers of all ages and ability levels, The Crag will now offer fitness, yoga, and mobility classes as part of their regular programming schedule, while Nashville Strength Company will be able to incorporate climbing into their functional, calisthenic-based training.


Grabbagreen Nashville

Sky House, 111 17th Ave. S, Nashville, TN 37203
grabbagreen.com

Nashville residents and visitors looking for a healthy and refreshing alternative to traditional fast food can now rejoice with the opening of a second Grabbagreen location mid-October in the Midtown area. The fast-casual restaurant concept known for their fresh and healthy food is making waves across the U.S., and franchise owner Toby Graves was originally sold on Grabbagreen’s Eat Clean menu, which is preservative-free, GMO free, and gluten-free. Graves is excited to open another location to compliment their uber-successful Franklin store. “Our whole food menu is based on super food ingredients and offers a full selection of grain and green-based bowls with fresh hormone-free and antibiotic-free proteins. We also have fresh-pressed juice, handcrafted smoothies and acai bowls, breakfast, as well as healthy kid-friendly items too,” Graves explains. All signature menu items are prepared fresh and made-to-order. Grabbagreen also offers guests the option to customize their meal with the popular “grab your own” option, allowing customers to create a bowl with one base (quinoa, brown rice, spinach, quinoa noodle or kale), one protein, five super nutrients, one herb, one dairy, and one sauce.