When The Beatles returned from India, they brought with them tranquility, sitars, and the ability to stretch their hair past their shoulders. Reach here, there, and everywhere with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$19 for 10 group fitness or group training classes (a $100 value)
$29 for three months of unlimited group fitness classes and one month of unlimited group training classes (a $175 value)
$39 for a two-month gym membership package (a $225 value)
- Two months of unlimited group fitness classes
- Two months of gym access
- One month of group training classes
- One month of childcare for one child
- One month of unlimited tanning
With a full schedule of group fitness sessions at their disposal, exercisers can dance, cycle, stretch, or lift their way to firmer physiques in classes such as Zumba, RPM group cycling, yoga, or BodyPump barbell workouts. TMT group training classes boost the intensity with 45-minute workouts led by personal trainers who push participants toward their fitness goals. Between classes, members can hone their physiques in a workout facility filled with high-quality lifting machines from Cybex, Hammer Strength, and Matrix.
Though Desert Fitness sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
Inside Desert Fitness' 10,000-square-foot facility, a muscled man grunts as he hefts a 200-pound barbell over his head and the sound of Latin music emanates from a group Zumba class. The rhythmic thump of runners' feet on treadmills add to the cacophony, along with the motivational encouragement coming from personal trainers. All the gym's staff members are serious about fitness, teaching classes such as group cycling, mat Pilates, and yoga in addition to providing one-on-one personal training. Desert Fitness always caters to its clientele, helping them get fit during engaging workouts. Monthly maintenance plans help exercisers stay on track, and nutritional counseling is also available for clients unable to ignore the siren call of graham-cracker teddy bears when shopping at the supermarket.