Without gyms, people would resort to outdated fitness techniques such as swimming and pushing Model Ts up slight inclines. Celebrate contemporary fitness with today's Groupon: for $59, you get a three-month fitness membership at Tri-State Athletic Club (up to a $177 value). This all-fitness pass grants Groupon customers access to all of the gym's facilities except the tennis courts, which can be used for an additional fee.
Members at Tri-State Athletic Club can create a fun, varied fitness regimen with the gym's collection of classes, equipment, and leisure facilities. A full schedule of group fitness classes adds some spice to normal workout routines, kicking muscles into action with Zumba, strengthening cores with Pilates, and increasing gill health with aquatic training. Patrons can keep hearts and muscles pumping by utilizing the center's cardio and weight-lifting equipment and finish their sweat sessions with a friendly game of racquetball or basketball or a cooling dip in the year-round swimming pool. The club's locker rooms offer secluded spots to change and rinse off after each workout, and the super-heated jets and steamy wafts of the whirlpool and sauna invite guests to melt away stresses ingrained in musculature after bench-pressing stacks of psychiatry textbooks.
While Tri-State Athletic Club sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
Tri-State Athletic Club
Though it functions as an all-purpose gym, Tri-State Athletic Club is actually a community epicenter. When guests aren't running across its sports courts, they might be toasting each other in its halls at a wine tasting or holiday event. Family-friendly programming welcomes kids and adults alike to pool activities and tennis lessons, and personal trainers guide members, whose names they've committed to memory, through custom workouts. Meanwhile, instructors lead group classes such as Pilates, spin, and heated yoga in well-equipped studios. This supportive atmosphere imbues the club with positive vibes, which prompt strangers on neighboring treadmills to amicably concede the right of way.