$25 for a 55 Days of Unlimited Access at Pointe Fitness ($550 Value)
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Members sweat through unlimited fitness classes, play basketball on the indoor court, or practice swings in indoor batting cage
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Expires 90 days after purchase.
Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. New customers or those who have not been members in past 6 months. Customers under 16 must by accompanied by guardian; under 18 must have waiver signed by guardian. Services must be used by the same person.
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Without gyms, people would resort to outdated fitness techniques, such as pushing Model Ts up slight inclines and swimming. Get a modern workout with this Groupon.
$25 for 55 Days of Unlimited Gym Access ($550 Value)
Passes boosts bodies with access to all of the gym's facilities, including the half-court basketball area, batting cages, and weight room, as well as classes, such as cardio kickboxing, spinning, and mat Pilates.
Pointe Fitness cobbles bodies into sturdy, muscle machines with 21,000 square feet teeming with free weights, cardio equipment, and one half of a basketball court. Skilled instructors guide students through cardio workouts, yoga sessions, and Zumba dance-offs, while specialized women's fitness programs promote healthy lifestyles with one-on-one teaching and inspiring group support. During breaks from chiseling physiques in the circuit training space, or building up enough core strength on the rowing machines to start a transatlantic canoe club, Moe⎯the business's canine mascot⎯frolics with guests to keep spirits high.
For those who take care of their overall well-being with exercise, yoga, and balanced nutrition
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The universality of the human experience serves as the connective tissue between all the people, making us truly brothers and sisters in the experiment called life. Here’s how to not mess it up for everyone by being a dingus:
Push superhard on revolving doors to treat your fellow passengers to a spontaneous merry-go-round ride.
Collect the old video games you don’t play anymore and leave them in a basket on the doorstep of a church.
Never eat the last slice of pizza; make two people compete for it.
If you see a house on fire, run in to save people regardless of your level of fire-safety training.
Adopt a pet! It can be someone else’s pet if you’re like 90% sure you’ll do a better job.