An apple a day keeps the doctor away, just as a double-cheeseburger a day keeps the leather pants locked securely in the safe-deposit box. Liberate lonely leggings with this Groupon.
$9 for a One-Month Gym Membership ($59.98 Value)
Members receive access to fitness supplies including free weights, cardio machines with video entertainment and integrated music systems, and strength and resistance equipment. Each membership includes access to 60-minute group fitness classes, which range from energizing yoga sessions to high-intensity boot-camp workouts. Bally also grants gym-goers free access to onsite pools, whirlpools, and steam rooms at select locations, as well as lockers and showers at all locations. Other perks such as childcare, Personal Training, and smoothies may be purchased for an additional fee. Knowledgeable staff members are available to help members design a plan to help attain fitness goals.
Bally enshrines exercise classes, calorie-burning equipment, and a fitness-focused staff within its sanctuaries of health. A 30-day membership includes access to a spread of group exercise classes, including Pilates, Reaction Cycling, and Step Fitness (class offerings vary by location). For self-guided worker-outers, cardio equipment such as treadmills, elliptical machines, cross-trainers, and stair climbers torch calories while entertaining the brain with video entertainment and integrated music systems that occasionally whisper quotes from Charles Atlas. Bally also boasts an array of strength machines, free weights, and small-apparatus equipment, and grants gym-goers access to on-site locker rooms, showers, and, at some locations, a pool and steam room. Visit each location's webpage for a list of specific amenities and the lineup of classes.
75% of 208 customers recommend
“The gym could get packed around the usual 4pm time period, but the staff is amazing! And I never had any encounters with weirdos :)”
“A basic gym that's good for the price just wish they would keep up with the cleaning.”
“Very good Gym & environment.”