Like an engaging variety show, engaging fitness classes need numerous acts, plenty of upbeat music, and at least one strongman willing to stand before a crowd and juggle Gatorade coolers. Entertain your muscles with today's Groupon to Advocate Condell Centre Club in Libertyville and Gurnee. Choose between the following options:
- For $30, you get five group fitness classes (a $60 value).
- For $55, you get 10 group fitness classes (a $120 value).
Advocate Condell Centre Club, a branch of Advocate Condell Medical Center, ushers health to its patrons with a duo of fully stocked 60,000+-square-foot fitness facilities. Group classes corral exercisers on land and in pool for sessions that suit a spectrum of fitness levels. Muscle Works trains strength as students wield resistance bands, free weights, and jump ropes to chisel muscles and fortify joint-cushioning tendons, all without the competitive pressure that leads many athletes to stuff their undershirts with pool toys. Cardio sessions ratchet up heart health with classes such as dance-fitness Zumba and Spin, which pits indoor cyclists against a 40-minute course of endurance-testing hills and stamina-stretching sprints. To wind down from a week's worth of intense exercise, ai chi students perform a soothing routine amid the calming waters of a pool, leaving them as relaxed as a sloth in a massage parlor. Check the Libertyville and Gurnee schedules for each location's seven-day spread of classes.
Advocate Condell Centre Club
As a branch of the not-for-profit Advocate Health Care system, the Advocate Condell Centre Club has filled two 60,000-square-foot locations with fitness amenities for exercisers of all ages and ability levels, captained by professional and welcoming staff members. The club's philosophy follows the Advocate network's holistic approach, taking on a mission of all-over wellness with features for exercise, rehabilitative therapy, sports performance, and spa services. Much like a territorial wolverine, each of the facilities' elements—from a trove of resistance-training machines to a demonstration kitchen for cooking classes—occupies its own specialized area. Lake County magazine and Libertyville Patch have highlighted the club for its weight-loss systems and free training program for cancer patients, respectively.