Sweating is like taking a nice shower, except the water is coming from inside of you. Let it out with this Groupon.
- $75 for one month of cross-training classes and membership to the gym (a $450 value)
- See the cross-training schedule<p>
Cross-training classes push participants to their fitness limits through a range of Bootcamp-style training. Designed for both beginner and elite athletes, sessions incorporate cardio routines via Spinning bikes, rowing machines, or jump ropes. Instructors also teach fundamental movements using free weights, kettle bells, resistance bands, sand bags or TRX suspension. Heart-rate monitored equipment also displays the number of calories torched throughout class, all via the My Zone system. Workouts conclude with a cool down, stretch, and meditation.
There are six essential ingredients that compose each of Complete Body's fitness programs: strength, cardio, flexibility, meditation, nutrition, and rest. Founder Alex Reznik is the mind behind this philosophy. In 1995, he founded the company believing that, if given the opportunity, most people would seek to better their health. Soon thereafter, he was proven right by both rising membership numbers and favorable media attention, including articles in Time Out New York and the New York Times.
Complete Body has now expanded to three locations. At each club, experts adhere to Mr. Reznik's principles, blending Eastern and Western techniques during classes such as yoga, boot camps, and kickboxing. Complete Body also hosts cross-training classes, which are designed to burn fat, build strength, and improve flexibility by focusing on six elements: strength, cardio, flexibility, meditation, nutrition, and rest. Among the state-of-the-art equipment and fitness technologies that help members reach their fitness goals, independent trainers utilize the facility with their clients. At onsite spas, massage therapists work tense muscles and aestheticians refresh skin with facials. Physical therapists can help to rehabilitate clients following injuries, calling upon various training methods in their arsenal.