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- $49 for a one-month unlimited-access gym membership and one personal-training session ($219 total value)
Membership grants visitors unlimited access to the gyms' exercise equipment and group classes for 30 days. Consult the individual pages for the Marin, Oakland, SoMa, Fillmore and Castro locations to see a full list of amenities and class schedules.
With five locations throughout the Bay Area, including three in San Francisco, Fitness SF caters to the needs of fitness enthusiasts and casual exercisers from Marin to Oakland. Each center brims with muscle-toning and pulse-raising equipment, allowing visitors a wide choice of activities, from pumping free weights to using ellipticals equipped with personal viewing screens.
Although personal trainers are on hand to help refine technique and design individualized exercise regimens, the gyms' classes encourage guests to work out in a more communal setting. Yoga and Zumba appear on every class schedule, but instructors at each location incorporate their own additional sessions, such as cardio kickboxing, Bollywood dance, and Pilates mat.
Many of the locations stay open until as late as midnight on select weekdays, which leaves plenty of time for a post-workout cooldown in the locker rooms.
Tips from Groupon Customers
“They won't hassle you if you only want to sign up for one month, which is GOLDEN.”
“Love it! Definitely check it out. Great space, rarely too busy, awesome classes, super friendly and energetic staff”
“They are really great to group on customers-- treat you like anyone else coming in paying a monthly contract. Bring a lock to use in the locker rooms if you tend to...”
“They are really great to group on customers-- treat you like anyone else coming in paying a monthly contract. Bring a lock to use in the locker rooms if you tend to bring a bag to the gym, because they encourage us not the clutter the sides of the exercise machines for safety reasons. ”