Exercise keeps the body in peak condition, which explains the marbleized ThighMaster lying next to Michelangelo’s David. Enjoy an anatomical renaissance with today’s Groupon to 123 Fit Sacramento. Choose between the following options:
- For $33, you get 10 boot-camp or group training classes (a $120 value).
- For $40, you get 15 boot-camp or group training classes (a $180 value).<p>
123 Fitness Sacramento’s energized team of certified fitness instructors lead groups through intense-but-accessible workouts. Each Burn the Fat, Bring the Fun or “BtF” boot-camp session weaves together strength and endurance training via an ever-rotating assortment of nontraditional endurance and aerobic exercises, such as rope undulating, resistance and weights movements, and extreme pickle-jar opening. Instruction focuses on encouraging high intensity while simultaneously scaling each workout to individual ability level to help imbue each pupil with increased flexibility, endurance, and core strength after multiple classes. Each boot-camp class usually contains around eight students, which enables group motivation, more individualized coaching, and lively postworkout barbershop-quartet sing-offs. This Groupon may be used exclusively for boot-camp classes, or customers can mix in Zumba, kickboxing, or other group-training sessions as they please from 123 Fitness’s full schedule of morning, afternoon, and evening classes. Before activating their classes, customers are required to attend an orientation, which includes signing a waiver and information on body-fat testing and the class schedule.
Get Fit Sacramento
Like any good personal trainer, Get Fit Sacramento's staffers relentlessly pursue their clients’ fitness goals, but they don’t limit themselves to one-on-one sessions to do it. Instead, they supplement individual training with group fitness classes, Zumba, and R.I.P.P.E.D. workshops, all held within their fully equipped facility. They toss in even more benefits for members that work outside the gym, such as supplying an e-cookbook full of healthy recipes or teaching pet dogs to say “Feel the burn!” Inside the facility, students whip around jump ropes, use BOSU balls to deepen pushups, and grunt in time with the clangs of weight-training machines. Slate gray equipment punctuates the expanses of teal blue walls along with motivational posters picturing sweating, smiling exercisers being chased by a sleuth of bears.