15 or 25 Group Fitness Classes at MaxOut (Up to 67% Off)

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In a Nutshell

Yoga, Pilates, and conditioning classes in a strength-training studio focus on achieving results

The Fine Print

Expires Feb 6th, 2013. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Valid only for new clients or those who have not used services within the past 90 days. May redeem across visits. Classes may be split between people. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

The gym is a safe place to work out, unlike the home of a stranger who promised you unlimited access to his room full of 20-pound hammers. Work up a healthy sweat with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $35 for 15 group fitness classes (a $90 value)
  • $49 for 25 group fitness classes (a $150 value)

Instructors guide students through workouts in modes including yoga, spinning, Pilates, boot camp, conditioning, and more. View the full schedule.

MaxOut

In 1975, MaxOut’s founder, Dr. Michael Mac Millan, began a study of muscle development that culminated in the invention of his proprietary MaxOut tower. Designed to increase weight training’s effectiveness, the system became the basis of the gym's trademark 60-minute, once-a-week workout. According to Mike Barwis—MaxOut’s head strength and conditioning trainer and a veteran college coach—the tower “allows us to put our bodies under stress safely … which can in turn increase our results in a short period of time.”

This dedication to achieving a measurable outcome is reflected in every aspect of MaxOut’s workout facility. Here, clients heft specially designed weights in the state-of-the-art strength studio or practice yoga, spinning, or Zumba during group fitness classes. Small-group and personal-training programs offer more individualized attention and motivation. Sprinter Matt Crowell teaches a specialty speed-training regimen, building athletes’ quickness with high-speed treadmills instead of migratory winged sneakers.

MaxOut

In 1975, MaxOut’s founder, Dr. Michael Mac Millan, began a study of muscle development that culminated in the invention of his proprietary MaxOut tower. Designed to increase weight training’s effectiveness, the system became the basis of the gym's trademark 60-minute, once-a-week workout. According to Mike Barwis—MaxOut’s head strength and conditioning trainer and a veteran college coach—the tower “allows us to put our bodies under stress safely … which can in turn increase our results in a short period of time.”

This dedication to achieving a measurable outcome is reflected in every aspect of MaxOut’s workout facility. Here, clients heft specially designed weights in the state-of-the-art strength studio or practice yoga, spinning, or Zumba during group fitness classes. Small-group and personal-training programs offer more individualized attention and motivation. Sprinter Matt Crowell teaches a specialty speed-training regimen, building athletes’ quickness with high-speed treadmills instead of migratory winged sneakers.

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For those who take care of their overall well-being with exercise, yoga, and balanced nutrition