Without the occasional stirring of athletic activity, body parts can separate and settle, creating lasting conflict between rivalrous limb factions and their double-jointed counterparts. Maintain corporeal peace and composition with today’s Groupon to Benefitness Health Club. Choose between the following two options:
- For $19, you get three TRX classes (a $60 value).
- For $19, you get an eight-visit punch card (a $120 value).
Benefitness Health Club encouragingly ushers women toward their personal-fitness goals with energizing group classes and a gym area outfitted with a panoply of training machines. TRX classes can build strength, balance, and flexibility through 45-minute suspension-based sessions that allow students to utilize the ideal percentage of their own body weight as resistance. Moving from the beginner class to more advanced sinew tutorials, body-boosters will discover their apparently stoical core muscles to be capable of a spectrum of intense emotions, as the TRX stretchy-resistance system calls upon the core to constantly exert itself across a range of deeply felt movements and exercises.
Patrons who opt for the eight-visit punch card will receive full access to the resplendent amenities that populate the exercise-center's floor, from the Nautilus weight equipment and free weights to the diverse arrangement of cardiovascular machines and spring-loaded seesaws. A rowing machine may reinvigorate early morning regatta memories and the assorted stair machines prepare steppers for future escalator strikes. Eight-punch visitors may also attend one of the more than 50 classes offered each week to learn lifestyle fitness through the smooth motions of Nia, the cylindrical peddling of cycling, or the hip-hypnotizing dance moves of Zumba. Though not included in this Groupon, Benefitness offers mom-friendly childcare for tots as young as 3 months.
Benefitness Health Club requires customers who are new to TRX to take a beginners class first.
Benefitness Health Club for Women
Benefitness Health Club was designed for women by a woman: CC Maher, to be exact, a trainer with more than two decades of experience in the fitness industry. CC doesn't presume to know what women want, though—instead, she has created a flexible gym that can accommodates any gym-goer. Her team's more than 50 classes per week tone physiques with a variety of lean muscle-building modalities. The classes run from early morning to as late as 8 p.m., accommodating both night owls and the early risers who lift the sun off the horizon.
The gym's Nautilus weight machines and supply of free weights, meanwhile, allow for solo workouts. Personal trainers also patrol the floor, motivating patrons through custom one-on-one sessions, while a nutritionist crafts user-friendly diet plans to complement fitness regimens. Meanwhile, the on-site childcare center keeps kids from commandeering treadmills for games of "Flat Rollercoaster."