Gyms in San Mateo


$79 for $225 Worth of Fitness Classes — Profitness Personal Training

Profitness Personal Training

Western Hills

Personal trainers motivate clients to lose weight and achieve their health goals

$225 $79

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$20 for $45 Groupon — ORO Fitness

Oro Fitness

Sugarloaf

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

$45 $20

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Four or Eight Pilates Reformer Classes at Move Better Pilates (Up to 66% Off)

Move Better Pilates

San Mateo

Pilates Reformer classes use spring resistance to make muscles stronger and leaner

$200 $69

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5 or 10 Core SPX, Core Cycle, Core Barre, or Core 30/30 Fitness Classes at Core Studio (75% Off)

Core Studio

Laurelwood Shopping Center

Pilates spin-off resistance training on Megaformer machines, cycling workouts on RealRyder cycles, and a barre-inspired workout all tone

$175 $45

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$74 for $145 Worth of Martial Arts — KICKS TaeKwonDo School of Self-Defense

Kicks Taekwondo School Of Self-defense

San Mateo

Discover the fun of learning a high-level, Olympic-style tae kwon do and self-defense art

$145 $74

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$26 for One Month of Unlimited Adult Classes at Core Taekwondo ($149 Value)

Core Taekwondo

San Mateo

Adult taekwondo classes provide a high-energy workout, improving flexibility while teaching practical self-defense skills

$149 $26

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Personal Training Sessions with Diet/Weight-Loss Consult at REPS Personal Training Studio- Josh Sellers (65% Off)

R.e.p.s

Shoreview

Trainers assess client fitness levels and goals, and design workouts for specific and needs

$200 $70

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One Month of Unlimited TRX Fitness Classes for One or Two at Total Impact Sports and Fitness (Up to 65% Off)

Total Impact Sports and Fitness

Total Impact Sports and Fitness

Classes use body weight and dynamic tension to build lean muscle and burn fat

$135 $49

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Bella Yogini’s certified yoga instructor, Danae Robinett, shepherds students toward their mental and physical wellness goals during group yoga classes and one-on-one sessions. Robinett calls on seven years of teaching experience to mentor yogis of all experience levels, including beginners and moms-to-be. Like coffee, group classes sort students by experience level—gentle, moderate, and vigorous—helping students awaken brains and bodies at the right paces. Filled with lengthy poses and hands-on alignment adjustments, yoga sessions strengthen muscles and center the mind inside a calming holistic community center. Instead of linking poses with sticky strands of duct tape, Vinyasa routines weave them together with deep, relaxing breaths. Robinett travels to clients’ homes, offices, and hovercrafts for private sessions, which brim with personalized instruction and tips on practicing yoga amid the distractions of everyday life.
400 Ben Franklin Court
San Mateo,
CA
US
Aaron Parnell believes that good posture is much more than a matter of sitting up straight. The published author and sought-after speaker has appeared on radio and television programs to discuss his signature treatment?Reposturing Dynamics?which he uses to address conditions that range from arthritis pain to excess abdominal weight. Parnell developed the stretching-, breathing-, and massage-based technique after interviewing some 300 Olympic athletes at the 1984 Olympics about their physical, mental, and emotional keys to success. He has been performing the intense "massage workouts" for more than 25 years, and he has created books and videos to help clients continue the restorative process at home. His Reposturing Yoga DVD, for example, combines traditional Hatha yoga with cutting-edge advancements in sports performance and kinesiology. Parnell also founded the Vitality Sciences Institute, where he trains and certifies other practitioners as part of a state-registered program. The classes teach participants to combat signs of aging with facial reposturing and improve their posture during work and recreation.
407 North San Mateo Drive
San Mateo,
CA
US
Though Core Studio's workouts blend elements of Pilates, resistance-training, and strength-training, the company's entire program has three core methods: SPX fitness, Core Barre, and RealRyder indoor cycling. Each of the studio's instructors are masters of both. The Core SPX workout has a specific science designed to work muscles toward their limits and the heart toward victory. Armed with this knowledge, the instructors motivate clients to sweat through flexibility and core-strength-enhancing workouts in four classes: Core SPX, Core Barre, Core Cycle, and Core 30/30, a blend of SPX and Cycle. SPX workouts use the Megaformer, a state-of-the-art Pilates reformer that relies on spring resistance, whereas Cycle classes use the RealRyder indoor cycle?a stationary bike that isn't actually stationary. As it turns and tilts with riders, mimicking the motions of a real bike ride, the machine encourages functional movements, such as pedaling faster to escape a pack of invisible wolves.
3176 Campus Dr.
San Mateo,
CA
US
Besides a love of yoga, the 16 instructors at Bikram Hot Yoga San Mateo all share one thing in common: high-level Bikram certification. Upon completing intensive training to learn the 26-posture sequence, the studio's yogis now lead students through it in a 105-degree room. The heat flushes toxins and stretches the body so practitioners can perform poses like the half-moon and the tree, which is intended to be held until families of birds roost on their heads. Instructors assess and help improve each pupil's posing so their bodies reap the most benefits possible, from toning muscles to burning calories. The studio hosts classes every day of the week, with no fewer than four sessions per day.
1528 S. El Camino Real #200
San Mateo,
CA
US
Springy surfaces of red, blue, green, and purple blanket the floors at Accel Gymnastics' two facilities. These soft mats cushion gymnasts of all ages as they somersault, tumble, and eventually back flip throughout a progressing curricula of gymnastics classes, starting at preschool lessons and heading toward the competitive level. Seasonal camps, too, immerse young ones in the sport. But coaches and staffers also make time for pure fun at birthday parties, where kids perform tricks that make their peers say "Ooooh" and "Ahhh" until all the birthday candles are blown out.
969 Edgewater Boulevard
San Mateo,
CA
US
At San Mateo and Alameda beaches, a look over the watery horizon often shows dotted figures atop surfboards taming the wind and waves. Boardsports' team of certified instructors schools these adventurous participants in kiteboarding, windsurfing, and standup paddleboarding during lessons that leave both beginner and intermediate participants ready for relays with dolphins. Its fully stocked retail shop also provides gear, equipment, and rentals of surfboards, wetsuits, and other supplies to make watertop experiences fun, safe, and stylish.
1603 Coyote Point Drive
San Mateo,
CA
US
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