Health & Fitness in Fullerton

Up to 69% Off Acupuncture at Young's Health Center

Young's Health Center

Multiple Locations

$75 $25

Dr. Young Lee inserts thin needles into the body's meridians to help alleviate common ailments such as migraines, chronic pain, and insomnia

Up to 54% Off Reflexology and Detox

Le Cheveu Salon & Spa

Multiple Locations

$64 $39

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Therapists manipulate the feet to improve the help of the rest of the body; clients soak their feet in ionically charged waters to detox

82% Off at Vivid Dental Studio

Vivid Dental Studio

Fullerton

$250 $45

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Technicians fortify faces with detailed examinations, x-rays, and basic cleaning to ward off tooth decay

65% Off Circuit Training or Boot Camp

Isxis Circuit Training & Athletic Conditioning

Fullerton

$115 $40

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

25% Off Summer Camp at Hi-Tech Archery

Hi-Tech Archery

Fullerton

$400 $299

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Campers 7–18 learn the basics of archery on the facility's indoor ranges or play fun games in the relaxed, social environment

Up to 88% Off at California Spine and Sports - Fullerton

California Spine and Sports

Fullerton

$170 $29

Staffers strive to alleviate pain and promote overall health with relaxing massages and spinal adjustments

79% Off Chiropractic Care

Pacific Orange Chiropractic

Fullerton

$120 $25

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Up to 91% Off Fitness Classes at Zo Center

Zo Center

Fullerton

$200 $19

Exercisers can sample a wide variety of classes, from Brazilian jujitsu to kickboxing to boot camp, at a gym open 24/7

Up to 79% Off Martial Arts Classes

American Martial Arts Academy

Multiple Locations

$121 $25

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Students ages 3 and up discover self-confidence and respect towards others through the physical skills of martial arts

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GlucoFitClub acts a hub for overweight people who want to lose weight, with diabetes, or with pre-diabetes, drawing together different companies, products, and resources to assist in health and education. It partners with YMCAs across the nation to encourage those with diabetes to remain active, as the disease is exasperated by conditions that include high body-mass index and hypertension. Members with diabetes may also receive a glucometer that can upload their fitness-test results and blood-glucose levels to an online database, helping them become more knowledgeable about their own condition. Access to nutrition and diabetes classes at the Y educates members and helps them make good health decisions.

2000 Youth Way
Fullerton,
CA
US

Originally developed by the Soviet Union for cosmonauts, whole-body vibration and its health benefits are now accessible to anyone in short, 10-minute sessions. The device consists of a small platform that clients can stand, sit, or lay on as it vibrates. As muscles contract and work to keep the body in position, clients may see greater muscle tone over time, as well as possible improvements to arthritis, circulation, and flexibility. No change of clothes is necessary, as there tends to be no sweating during sessions, and use of the machine is appropriate for clients of any fitness level.

162 North Raymond Avenue
Fullerton,
CA
US

You won’t find any treadmills or ellipticals at Bear Flag CrossFit, just 4,000 square feet of iron bars, weights, rowing machines, gymnastics rings, and kettlebells. Beneath an American flag and a California flag, CrossFit-certified trainers Eric Schubring and Will Hurst lead squads of athletes through each Workout of the Day (WOD). WODs never repeat and incorporate exercises such as Olympic weightlifting, body-weight exercises, heaving kettlebells, and rowing—all of which are based on CrossFit’s dogma of varied, functional fitness.

2003 Raymer Avenue
Fullerton,
CA
US

As they enter the training circle at Curves, female guests come face-to-face with the smiles of other women. And just as points on a circle share a common distance from the circle's center, workout participants share the experiences of those nearby, trading stations throughout the 30-minute training session. 30 seconds is spent on a piece of strength-training equipment and designed to work opposing muscle groups. Exercisers then move on to a cardio station, where they run, jog, or dance to maintain heart rates.

3222 Yorba Linda Blvd
Fullerton,
CA
US

At CrossFit Structured, it doesn’t matter where you finish as long as you finish with integrity. Trainers adopt this philosophy during each class, which covers a new workout of the day, or WOD, every day. WODs involve constantly varied functional movements performed at high intensities to help burn calories and fat and boost the body’s metabolism. Though exercises often vary, it’s not uncommon to see CrossFit Structured’s warriors performing weight lifts, running, or testing their body’s limits with exercises such as squats, pushups, pull-ups, and sit-ups.

401 S Richman Ave.
Fullerton,
CA
US

The head trainer at Zo Center, Rashawn Underdue, knows what it's like to be in great shape—and what it's like to be 100 pounds overweight. In high school and college, he was a football star; when he no longer had regular practices, he had trouble staying fit. He ultimately lost the extra pounds through disciplined workouts and a healthy diet.

At Zo Center, he draws on his personal experiences to relate to—and motivate—clients of all fitness levels as they sweat through an eclectic array of workouts. Group classes range from classic boot camps to kickboxing and MMA training, which instills self-defense skills more effectively than classes on growling. Clients are welcome to solo workouts, too. The gym is open 24/7 to members, accommodating any schedule, and comes stocked with essential gear, including punching bags, free weights, and cardio machines.

1871 West Commonwealth Ave
Fullerton,
CA
US