From a press release: "Washington, D.C. (January 5, 2016) – [solidcore], the 50-minute full body workout that uses slow and controlled movements to work your muscles to failure – yes, failure – is opening their first Maryland-based location January 16, 2016 in the Wildwood Shopping Center (10245 Old Georgetown Road, Bethesda, Maryland), and a second in downtown Bethesda in March 2016. There are currently four studios in DC and three studios in Northern Virginia.
“Wildwood and Bethesda are perfect markets for us as they are dense with fitness-minded individuals with busy schedules,” said Anne Mahlum, Founder, Owner and CEO of [solidcore]. “Nothing will give you the results that [solidcore] does and you only have to do it 3-4 times a week.”
[solidcore] is frequented by many serious athletes and fitness enthusiasts in the DC/VA area, including First Lady, Mrs. Michelle Obama, who has been a consistent client for the past two years.
Online sign-ups are now live for the Wildwood location via www.solidcore.co and an opening special exclusively for the Wildwood location is currently available featuring 10 classes for $250 (regular drop-in rates are $37/class) if purchased before February 29, 2016. New clients can also try out [solidcore] for a special rate of 2 classes for $25 or 5 classes for $99.
The second Maryland location will open its doors in downtown Bethesda at 7101 Wisconsin Avenue, Bethesda, Maryland, in March 2016. This will be the ninth studio in the DMV since [solidcore] was founded in November 2013.
[solidcore] sets itself apart from any other full-body workout due to the use of a specific [solidcore] spring-based machine offering 2-300 pounds of tension. The [solidcore] method emphasizes slow and controlled full-body movements with constant tension, forcing muscles to rebuild in a stronger and more sculpted way. This intense workout is led by highly skilled certified [solidcore] coaches leading clients through hundreds of moves and resistance options to consistently challenge the body, meaning every workout is different which keeps the body guessing. The small class sizes of no more than 14 people means each client receives personalized attention and coaches are able to manage different fitness levels in class. Clients come from all walks of life, from professional athletes and weekend warriors, to stay-at-home moms and CEO’s. www.solidcore.co."