Going to a fitness studio is a safe way to work out, unlike doing pull-ups on a streetlight or fighting public-disturbance charges. Lift lawfully with today's Groupon: for $29, you get a one-month membership to Koko FitClub (a $179 total value), which includes:
- One month of unlimited training sessions (a $129 value).
- A 30-minute consultation (a $50 value).
Choose from the following locations:
- Onion Creek
Koko FitClub’s digital keys help patrons unlock custom training plans delineated by tech-savvy cardio and strength machinery. First, clients elect one of Koko’s personalized plans—weight loss, sports conditioning, total-body definition, muscle-building, or fit and flexible—so that trainers can design personalized routines based on individuals' goals, measurements, and starting fitness levels. Plans are loaded onto a Koko Key, which, like a USB drive or desktop wallpaper of a guard dog, safeguards digital documents. The key fits into each of Koko FitClub’s cardio and strength-training machines, designating the personalized fitness plan exercisers should complete and tweaking any off-kilter techniques. Each 30-minute workout presents a fresh routine to keep clients’ minds engaged while they blast through traditional exercise plateaus. With an included key fob, exercisers can access the club 24 hours a day, appeasing those with rigorous work schedules or insomniac quadriceps.
Koko FitClub’s innovative technology imparts the benefits of a personal trainer without any of the drawbacks, such as scheduling conflicts, steep prices, and handshake obligations. Digital keys help patrons to unlock their custom training plans, which are displayed on a fleet of cardio and strength-training machinery. First, clients elect one of Koko’s exercise tracks—including weight loss, pain relief, and muscle building—so computers can design personalized routines based on individual goals, measurements, and starting fitness levels.
Plans transfer from the computer to a Koko Key. The key fits into each of Koko FitClub’s cardio and strength-training machines, which display the number of reps or intensity of intervals needed and how to tweak any off-kilter techniques. Each 30-minute workout presents a fresh routine to keep minds engaged while clients blast through traditional exercise plateaus.