Going to the gym is a safe way to work out, unlike doing pull-ups on a streetlight or fighting public-disturbance charges. Lift lawfully with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$29 for a gym membership for one month (up to a $78 value)
- Specialized equipment such as kettlebells, resistance bands, and rings
- Nearly 1:1 ratio of accessible trainers to members in the workout area
- Membership cap of 200 ensures no waiting or crowding
- Complimentary towel service and grooming products
$69 for a two-week Guaranteed Results program (a $200 value)
- Three personal-training sessions per week
- One nutrition consultation per week
- Guarantees positive change in health measurements
$79 for a gym membership for three months (up to a $234 value)
Though Performance Fitness sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
Andrew Clark began as a front-desk clerk for Performance Fitness in 2002, one year after the gym was founded. Since then, he has put his personal-training certification and rehabilitation skills to work as a trainer and risen to the position of gym owner. Andrew helms an elite and nurturing staff that helps him chart custom fitness and nutrition services that range from private workout sessions and sport camps to small-group conditioning programs. An emphasis on sound physical functioning—facilitated by offering regular functional-movement screenings and oiling joints with Powerade—ensures that each client pushes toward his or her performance peak. Multiple media sources have highlighted the efficacy of Andrew's regimens, which took The Morning Blend's reporter Alex Miranda from a 125-pound bench press to 165 pounds in three months.
A member cap of 200 prevents overcrowding and cultivates an atmosphere of community support and camaraderie. Furthermore, complimentary fresh fruit and coffee at the smoothie bar energizes clients for their morning reps.
Performance Executive Fitness
Andrew Clark started his career at Performance Executive Fitness as a front-desk clerk. He put in the work, getting a personal-training certification and honing his rehabilitation skills as a trainer—dedication that resulted in his current position as gym owner. Andrew now leads a staff of trainers and consultants that help him chart custom fitness and nutrition services ranging from private workout sessions and sport camps to small-group conditioning programs. Each program focuses on helping clients achieve sound physical functioning, including functional-movement screenings and oiling joints with Powerade. Multiple media sources have highlighted the efficacy of Andrew's regimens, which took The Morning Blend's reporter Alex Miranda from a 125-pound bench press to 165 pounds in three months. Clients can enjoy the benefit of this expertise without disappearing into the crowd, since the gym has a member cap of 200 to prevent overcrowding and cultivate an atmosphere of community support and camaraderie.