Golf, known as "the people's sport," is something you should be able to enjoy in rain, shine, humidity, atomic dust, meteors, or on any beautiful day of the week. Lift your winter ban on golf with today's deal: for $15, you get one hour of golf simulator time at Teed Up Indoor Golf in Worthington, up to a $30 value. See how your real-life stroke fares on precise virtual duplicates of 22 different PGA courses. You can use your Groupon toward an hour of time on the simulator. Choose to spend your hour practicing at the driving range ($30 value), golfing a leisurely nine holes ($16 value), or mastering a complete 18-hole round ($29 value). Bring your own clubs and swing away without worry of missing tee time, shagging forested balls, or accidentally showing up your boss.
Michelangelo famously claimed that the human form of a sculpture resided in the stone itself, and that the artist’s task was merely to free it using totally tubular nunchaku moves. With today's Groupon, free the finely sculpted form lurking beneath your skin, For $39, you get a one-month membership to Premier at Sawmill Athletic Club. A one-month membership is normally $78 plus the $99 initiation fee, giving your Groupon a total value of $177.
No matter what time it is, someone somewhere is working out at Anytime Fitness. More than 1,800 franchised clubs across the country fling open their doors 24 hours a day, revealing gaggles of equipment designed to make working out less of a chore. Rows of Lifestyle Fitness treadmills and Precor ellipticals mounted with cardio TV let guests work out and catch up on their favorite shows, and Expresso game cycles blend the excitement of playing video games with the exercise of riding your bike to a friend's house to play video games. In addition to copious supplies of free weights, the gym also stocks a Koko all-in-one training machine. The futuristic robot-butler-esque equipment stores individual workout plans and progress on a chip so exercisers can track their performance over time on the built-in monitor.
Armed with 21 years of training in various athletic disciplines and multiple certifications through organizations such as the National Strength and Conditioning Association, Jason Yun helps clients to mow down calories. With his assistant coaches Rick Locke, Bob Benden, and Bob Carleton, he bolsters the physical prowess and mental focus of students during multi-week boot camps. In addition to the camp, he teaches advanced classes such as Kettlebell Khaos or the blazingly fast-paced YunFit. In the latter, Yun shouts out a series of cardio and strength-training commands such as “pushup,” “squat,” or “go home and make a wheatgrass smoothie.”
With a staff dedicated to inspiring healthy habits, Spine & Sports Family Chiropractic offers up a quartet of services including one-on-one evaluations, body wraps, custom weight-loss programs, and self-mastery technology that helps participants reach their personal goals. Free weight-loss seminars stretch themselves across the calendar, and success stories abound from real clients thrilled with their outcomes and now hyper-size pantaloons.
Pursuing their life-long passion for sports and athletic training, Jeff Turner and Ryan Callahan founded Fit2Play to motivate others to reach their top physical form. The gym fosters a "no excuses" mentality, set within a spartan gym with white cinder-brick walls and no signs of pampering frills such as TVs or hot tubs populated by mermaids singing lullabies. Patrons get raw and drip sweat in steamy fitness arenas while dead-lifting barbells, swinging kettlebells, and hurling tractor tires around the gym's perimeter to fit muscles. Focused on building a community vibe of support and motivation, the professional coaches tend to each client with the personalized attention they need, training neophytes alongside experienced exercisers and professional athletes ready to push their physical abilities to the extreme.