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What You'll Get
Though the heart is the largest muscle, focusing workouts on it alone only leads an inability to cry during John Hughes movies. Show your limbs some love with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$29 for one-month preferred membership (a $159 value) $79 for three-month preferred membership (a $477 value)
- Certified personal trainer leads orientation of the facilities
- 25-yard ozone-purified pool
- 5,000-square-foot cardio area with personal entertainment systems
- Includes unlimited admission to more than 100 weekly group fitness classes
- Boxing, spinning, racquetball, and basketball areas
- Exclusive discounts on physical therapy, nutritional counseling, and Y Box Office events<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 1, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. Must sign waiver. Must activate by expiration date on your Groupon: 1-month membership expires 1 month from activation date, 3-month membership expires 3 months from activation date. New clients only. Classes are non-transferable. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About 92nd Street Y
Deemed "one of the city's leading cultural centers" by New York magazine, the 92nd Street Y has sparked nonprofit projects and engaging performances since its founding in 1874. Centers for art, creative writing, and educational outreach flex the muscles of the mind while the May Center for Health, Fitness & Sport molds physiques on multiple floors of advanced workout arenas. Visitors might ease into a jazz or dance series at the Theresa L. Kaufmann Concert Hall, whose seating accommodates 915 people or 450 musicians on take-your-bassoon-to-work day, or watch a concert and other 92nd Y events from the personal monitors perched on the gym's cardio machines. Eight programming centers, including The School of the Arts, and the May Center for Health, Fitness & Sport interweave lectures, exercise and academic classes for adults and children, film screenings, and long-distance learning into a pursuit of shared wellness. During lectures, such special guests as Bill Gates, Woody Allen, and Bill Clinton have taken the stage to talk about their careers or debut new tap dancing routines.