Muscle weighs more than fat, making retired bodybuilders nature's best paperweights. Get buff and avoid scattered utility bills with today's Groupon: for $39, you get a membership package at Prestige Fitness in Littleton (a $95 total value). The package includes:
- A one-month membership, including unlimited fitness classes (a $35 value)
- A 60-minute sports massage (a $60 value)
Prestige Fitness peppers exercise routines with a variety of machines and group fitness classes. Legions of treadmills, ellipticals, recumbent bikes, and stairmasters torch calories while distracting—not straining—peepers with personal TVs. To forge muscles, free weights, Matrix resistance equipment, and pygmy hippos for bench-pressing mesh with any bulking regimen. Rounding out the roulette wheel's rough edges, a six-day group-exercise schedule charts a camaraderie-based curriculum of cardio and strength sessions. While Step n' Sculpt tones tendons with barbells, bands, and balls, Turbo Kick coalesces the fighting power of kickboxing, the rhythm of dance, and the speed of a fast-forwarded Energizer Bunny commercial. Prestige Fitness also teaches class classics, including Pilates, yoga, cycling, and Zumba.
Along with a month's membership, exercisers can counteract workout burn during a 60-minute sports massage. This style wields sweeping Swedish massage strokes in combination with trigger-point therapy to untie muscular knots. A sports massage prepares athletes for competition, alleviates pain from sports or exercise-based injuries, and relieves jerseys of their mesh-soaked stage fright.
Although Prestige Fitness' new facilities sparkle with brand-new cardio and strength-training machines and freshly painted walls, they still possess an air of intensity found in most worn-in gyms. Personal TVs on each piece of cardio equipment wire members into their favorite shows as they slay calories, saving them from the standard gym entertainment of harmonized grunting. Group exercise classes challenge members to burn calories in tandem, as they engage in the intense routines of Lance Armstrong Livestrong group cycling, Zumba, or yoga. Massage therapists help melt away the tension of a hard workout, plying their trade in quiet massage rooms isolated from the rest of the gym's hubbub. A two-story mini gym keeps tykes active in the Kids Club, where they shoot down slides, clamber up and down climbing equipment, and give kisses to punching bags.
5150 E Arapahoe Rd.
Littleton, Colorado 80122