Without gyms, people would resort to outdated fitness techniques, such as pushing Model Ts up slight inclines and swimming. Get a modern workout with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $39 for a three-month silver membership (a $134 value)
- $59 for a three-month gold membership (a $204 value)
- $60 for a six-month silver membership (a $209 value)
- $95 for a six-month gold membership (a $340 value)
Silver memberships include unlimited use of the fitness center's facilities and private, full-size bathrooms. Gold members also receive access to the Gold Member Area, where a personal trainer is on-hand during all staffed hours to help guide their workout and make sure they're using proper technique. Gold members may attend a one-on-one new member orientation, and they can choose to have their equipment set and sanitized before each visit.
The team at 4Ever Fitness believes there are four main elements of fitness: active stretching, strength training, cardiovascular exercise, and balanced nutrition. To help their members succeed in these steps, they have dedicated spaces for each of those elements, and they stay open 24/7 so that workouts can fit into any schedule. The cardio area entertains exercisers with flat-screen LCD televisions playing multiple channels, all dialed in to different FM radio stations and tin cans tied to neighboring houses. Both the circuit-training and strength-training areas host a variety of Hammer Strength and Life Fitness machines for independent workouts. The staff stocks the stretching area with floor mats, instructional guides, and exercise balls to help members limber up before and after workouts.
The staff also maintains a separate Pro-Fit Area, where exclusive members have private access to a freshly set and cleaned spread of equipment. At least one trainer is always on hand during staffed hours to spot-check gold members' exercise technique and offer workout advice. Personal trainers also craft customized fitness programs to meet the goals of any client, whether they just want to lose a few pounds or they're starting a new life as a Paul Bunyan–impersonator.