What You'll Get
Without gyms, people would resort to outdated fitness techniques such as swimming and pushing Model Ts up slight inclines. Celebrate contemporary fitness with today's Groupon: for $30, you get five semiprivate personal-training sessions at Applied Fitness in Williamsville (a $150 value).
Applied Fitness offers a quiet, distraction-free atmosphere for clients to exercise with personal trainers in small groups of two–three people. Using metabolic typing, Applied Fitness's experts address the specific biochemical makeup of each individual's body, assigning every client their own specific exercise regimen, nutritional program, and '80s action hero to emulate. Each session lasts 30 minutes and consists of groups organized by fitness level and desired results. In addition to leading groups in exercises suited to their skill level, trainers give advice and guidelines on goals and lifestyle modification, helping to cement fitness gains even when fending off dangerous street hugs outside the gym.
The Fine Print
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About Applied Fitness
Applied Fitness's personal trainers never quite know what they're going to do next. That's because they use a process called Metabolic Typing to design customized workouts and diet plans. This system accounts for a person's metabolic rate and lifestyle, which helps trainers select exercises that will maximize each workout's results. In addition to these evaluations, the personal trainers follow guidelines set forth by organizations such as the American College of Sports Medicine and the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
Furthering this personal approach, Applied Fitness's trainers will work with clients wherever they feel most comfortable. They can train at homes, offices, or the company's own studio, which is designed to be as distraction-free as the office Neil Armstrong built on the moon.