Going to the gym is a safe way to work out, unlike doing streetlight pull-ups or fighting public-disturbance charges. Lift lawfully with today's Groupon at Dolphin Fitness Clubs, with three locations in Staten Island. Choose between the following options:
- For $19, you get a one-month membership (a $65 value) and one personal-training session (a $65 value).
- For $49, you get a three-month membership (a $149 value) and one personal-training session (a $65 value).
Members of Dolphin Fitness Clubs enjoy a plethora of classes in a high-energy, brightly colored environment staffed by enthusiastic fitness experts. The 10,000+-square-foot facilities harbor hosts of equipment, including treadmills, stair climbers, and stationary bikes. During the fitness journey, exercisers meet a spirit animal that generally takes the form of a human personal trainer and only rarely a snow-white owl. Under this guidance they will benefit from a personally tailored exercise session that can help to establish achievable fitness goals.
Group classes take place nearly every day of the week (varies by location) and include the Latin-music beats of Zumba, serene yoga sessions, and core-buttressing Interval Step classes. Mat Pilates helps to lengthen and tone major muscle groups, and Interval Cardio kickboxing provides a workout that keeps hearts beating as strongly as an enraged percussionist while teaching participants to punch and kick.
Dolphin Fitness Clubs
Dolphin Fitness Clubs' forest of humming and clanking exercise equipment is overseen by knowledgeable staff who are eager to dole out instruction on playing nicely with the machines and to pass along workout tips. Professional cardio- and strength-training equipment, from top manufacturers such as Cybex, Streamline, and Hammer, abounds as the certified trainers lead clients through customized workouts that are supplemented by nutritional counseling. The trainers also conduct group fitness classes—such as Zumba—in their expansive studios. Hordes of flat-screens line the gym walls, regaling fitness-seekers with distractions in the form of TV shows and movies such as Babe, a pig in the city who overcame all odds to run his first marathon.