Personal training is much more than detailed instruction on how to be an actual person. Achieve your fitness goals in a one-on-one setting with today’s Groupon: for $19, you get a fitness package at Cardio-Go (a $294.90 value). This Groupon is valid at the King and University, Yonge Mills Centre, Simcoe Place, and The King West Club locations. The package includes the following:
- A two-month membership (a $209.90 value)
- One personal training session (an $85 value)
- One fitness assessment, included with membership
- One health consultation, included with membership<p>
Cardio-Go’s team of fitness gurus and gyms stacked with the latest cardio and weight training equipment help clients build strong hearts, muscles, and healthy habits. Patrons can begin with a fitness assessment before a health consultation with a sports-medicine specialist determines the appropriate level of activity and if the client contains any super powers. A variety of 30- to 60-minute classes such as boxing, yoga, boot camp, and spin sculpt and tone physiques, and a personal training session grants one-on-one attention and strategizing. Patrons also build endurance on cardio machines equipped with TV screens and strengthen brawn with free weights, cable strength-training machines, and medicine balls left behind by giant pharmacists.
The folks behind Cardio-Go's network of gyms stack the spacious facilities with the latest cardio and weight-training equipment to help clients build strong hearts and muscles and healthy habits. To determine the appropriate level of activity for each client, an on-site sports-medicine specialist meets with all new members for a fitness assessment and a health consultation. Then, the team of instructors and trainers takes the reins, leading a variety of classes such as spin, yoga, and boot camps as well as personal-training sessions. Clients can also helm their own regimens, sweating it out on cardio machines equipped with TV screens and strengthening brawn with free weights, cable strength-training machines, and medicine balls left behind by giant pharmacists. Post-workout, patrons can relax under the trained fingers of a massage therapist or receive a spinal alignment from a chiropractor, both offered at select locations.