An apple a day keeps the doctor away, but a workout a day makes her give you her number. Tone your physician-impressing physique with today's Groupon: for $29, you get a 30-day unlimited passport membership and fitness assessment at Balance Gym (a $225 value). This Groupon gives you access to each of Balance's three locations: Thomas Circle, Kalorama, and Glover Park.
Balance Gym blasts its clientry into strength's upper stratospheres with innovative group classes and sweat-breaking scores of equipment. Your membership grants you access to all of Balance's basic classes, including Barre, Abs Blast, Boot Camp, and Zumba, plus specialized introductory classes in CrossFit and Pole Dancing, a heart-pumping workout that increases flexibility and is perfect for aspiring lady ghostbusters and women looking to strength train. Volleyball is also offered on Tuesday nights. Each of the three gyms offers a unique fitness feature: Kalorama's full-sized basketball court, Thomas Circle's Ninja Warrior body-weight course, or Glover Park's fully equipped Pilates studio. The training trio is also fully stocked with a bevy of cardio machines and free weights.
Balance Gyms offer hosts of amiable amenities that vary by location but include locker and lounge areas, sauna and steam rooms, and numerous spa-treatment rooms. A free fitness assessment from Balance's personal trainers ensures that guests will make the most of their muscling month, transforming from timid trainees into bodybuilding barons (a $75 value). Membership also includes 15% off spa services Monday through Thursday and 10% off spa services Friday through Sunday. Members also receive 10 % off personal training packages.
Yelpers give Balance Gym a perfect five-star average:
- I have been working out at Balance Gym for a few years now and love it. I was looking for a "real" gym where the focus was the workout and I found it at Balance. – Brandon G.
- I've been a member of Balance for over a year and couldn't be happier. The atmosphere is unlike any gym I have worked out in. – Jonathan S.
Balance Gym really is about balance—a balance between strength and stamina, individual and group workouts, and indoor and outdoor exercise. While some classes take place in well-appointed fitness studios, others involve running through Rock Creek Park, doing burpees at the Washington Monument, or deadlifting the Lincoln Memorial. With so many options for getting into shape, it's no wonder the gym was named DC's best by Washington City Paper. If you favor a more intense workout, check out the hugely popular CrossFit program, which blends gymnastics, Olympic lifting, and intense conditioning into a calorie-torching cocktail.
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