Although inflatable muscle suits are easy to apply and double as flotation devices, natural brawn actually lifts heavy objects and doesn’t deflate when given a routine allergy shot. Blow up your fitness routine with today’s Groupon to Euphoria Health and Fitness. Choose from the following options:
- For $10, you get a pass for 10 drop-in fitness classes (a $120 value).
- For $39, you get a 45-minute personal-training session (a $60 value) and a 30-minute massage (a $40 value; a $100 total value).
- For $99, you get three 45-minute personal-training sessions (a $60 value each) and a 30-minute massage with every session (a $40 value each; a $300 total value).<p>
Under the direction of Ironman triathlete and owner Kyle Amsdell, Euphoria Health and Fitness’s staff of certified personal trainers and instructors pushes guests toward tougher physiques with group classes and tailored, private sessions. Turbo Spinning courses encourage vigorous pedaling toward toned gams and cardboard cutouts of celebrities with their arms open. Alternatively, patrons can hop between bikes and solid ground during Kyle’s Cycle Strength class, which pairs intervals of spinning with dynamic studio workouts such as jumping plyometrics, kenpo karate, and free-weight lifts. The cycling theater perches attendees atop Keiser M3 magnetic resistance bikes for smooth leg arcs while overhead black lights douse the room in an intimate glow that exposes the green sweat of swamp monsters in disguise. Click here for a class schedule.
For custom fitness tactics, personal trainers craft routines based on goals and body composition. Clients drill through their maneuvers within Euphoria’s 6,500-square-foot training center before a 30-minute massage unwinds knotted muscles, releasing tension and butterflies that mistakenly migrated from stomachs. A chair massage targets the back, neck, and shoulders for boosted circulation, and a deep-tissue treatment sends kneads spelunking into chronic aches.
Euphoria Health and Fitness
Under the direction of Ironman triathlete and owner Kyle Amsdell, Euphoria Health and Fitness's staff of certified trainers and instructors push guests toward tougher physiques by filling their sleek facility with strength-training equipment, free weights, and cardio machines, as well as helming a variety of group fitness and boot-camp classes. They encourage students to vigorously pedal their way toward toned gams and cardboard cutouts of celebrities with open arms in Turbo Spinning courses, and lead fun, dance-inspired workouts in Zumba. A seasoned instructor fights muscle boredom by having students alternate between bikes and solid ground during Kyle's Cycle Strength class, which pairs intervals of spinning with dynamic studio workouts such as jumping plyometrics, kenpo karate, and free-weight lifts. During rigorous boot-camp classes, they'll guide students of all abilities through high-intensity exercises that hone both muscular and cardiovascular strength, as well as track student improvement with before-and-after physical assessments.