Active lifestyles not only enhance daily activities, but also ready people for athletic milestones such as running marathons or being the first person to swim up Niagara Falls backward. Hone capable physiques with today’s Groupon to CircuitFit. Choose between the following options:
- For $29, you get 10 fitness classes (a $185 value).
- For $149, you get the GetFit Challenge (a $349 value).<p>
CircuitFit’s dynamic approach to fitness melds cardio, strength, and core training moves, resulting in efficient total-body workouts. In 45- to 60-minute classes, patrons sculpt lean physiques at multiple rotating stations designed to target specific muscle groups with exercises such as pushups, agility drills, and suspension training. In between strength-training work, cardio stations enhance endurance and shake off stowaway calories picked up on cruise-ship buffets. The varied schedule rolls out classes seven days a week, with early-morning and evening options.
For a jolt of accountability, guests can participate in the studio’s GetFit transformation challenge, which kicks off March 24. Participants take before and after pictures to monitor the progress they make pumping up muscles and sweating off calories during eight weeks of unlimited workouts aided by fitness assessments and online support. Furthering their svelting process, patrons can refer to nutritional guidelines, attend a nutrition lecture, and make notes in their personalized workout and nutrition journals, finally confessing to cheating on potato chips with broccoli.
Inside the Atlas Performance facility, climbing ropes hang from the ceiling, squat racks line the walls, and ERG rowing machines dot the floor. Each apparatus awaits the scores of committed clients who call the space their home gym and use the equipment to rocket toward fitness goals such as improvements in strength, balance, power, endurance, and agility. Atlas Performance offers a variety of classes for all skill levels, including Fit360, TRX Suspension Training, and CircuitFit classes. A crew of certified coaches, including some with a masters degree in Exercise Physiology and Sports Nutrition along with CSCS, PES, CPT, and CF1 certifications, preside over the class proceedings, correcting technique, shouting encouragement, and snatching away cheeseburgers while clients perform their workouts.