Although feeling the burn during a workout is generally a good sign, feeling the burn while sitting on the sofa means your sofa is in the fireplace. Engage in controlled, constructive body burning with today's Groupon to Next Generation Fitness 24/7 in Madison. Choose from the following options:
- • For $43, you get a one-month membership (a $37.99 value) with key card (a $29.99 value) and initiation fee (a $20 value) (an $87.98 total value).
- • For $45, you get three personal-training sessions that include individualized plans for workouts and diets (a $135 value).
- • For $60, you get a two-week boot camp class (a $120 value).
Next Generation Fitness 24/7 molds mental and muscular mettle by fusing 24-hour gym accessibility with personal-training studio attentiveness. With a one-month membership, key cards grant exercisers the freedom to spend as many of a month's 43,200 minutes jaunting through Next Generation's spacious fitness center, jogging atop its treadmills, lifting its free weights, or admiring one's chiseled physique in its floor-to-ceiling windows. One boot camp class and one session with a personal trainer are also included in the one-month membership.
Personal trainers first consult with clients individually to formulate a diet and exercise strategy, from which sensei and pupil will collaborate over three sessions. The boot camp guides students through core-fitness fundamentals, with an emphasis on strength and cardiovascular exercises that implement body-weight resistance and agility drills, which may include running from fast-food mascots. Boot campers can attend one class each day they are held, Monday–Thursday at 5 a.m. or 6 p.m.
Next Generation Fitness 24/7
Next Generation Fitness 24/7's storefront gym unfurls into an expansive studio where a buzzing hive of massage therapists, personal trainers, and kickboxing coaches motivates guests at all hours of every day. The gym's signature P90X and boot-camp classes run students through a gambit of cardio, strength training, and muscle confusion—a technique for working out every muscle group and maximizing regimens. To kick-start individual workouts, coaches teach students to make the most of the amenities, which include strength- and resistance-training machines and cardio equipment such as cycles and treadmills. Carpeted side-rooms house massage therapists whose hands roam backscapes to root out soreness and muscles tension, relaxing patrons after intense workouts full of hoisting free weights or letting the treadmill take a turn running on your back.