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Three-Month Gym Membership with One or Three Personal-Training Sessions at City Gym (Up to 69% Off)

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Get in shape with full access to the gym, plus personal-training sessions tailored to your fitness goals

Customer Reviews

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2 ratings1 reviews
February 27, 2020
This is really convenient. Never too crowded. All the equipment you need and a good price !!!
1 ratings1 reviews
September 30, 2019
Good old-style gym! No frills.
1 ratings1 reviews
December 8, 2018
Good little gym.
45 ratings25 reviews
December 3, 2018
Great staff and nice gym a perfect fit for me and my needs
2 ratings2 reviews
January 22, 2018
Jamarcus was a very good trainer. I learned a lot. I enjoyed the gym because it was small and not over crowded with people everywhere. You can work out without being bothered. Great experience!
1 ratings1 reviews
August 17, 2017
Jamarcus is my Personal Trainer. He is kind and patient. I enjoy going to City Gym to work out. It is clean and the equipment is in good working order.
3 ratings1 reviews
October 20, 2016
Small gym but has all the equipment needed. staff are super friendly. Membership is low, so no crowds.
6 ratings1 reviews
September 28, 2016
Jamarcus is AMAZING!
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What You'll Get

Choose Between Two Options

  • $50.50 for a three-month gym membership and one personal-training session ($165 value)
  • $111 for a three-month gym membership and three personal-training sessions ($285 value)

Building Muscle: Cells on the Move 

Read on to learn exactly how fitness classes leave you with more muscle or better tone.

Bulky upper-body muscles might have hindered early humans who had to chase their prey across the plains, but it could help those who often had to climb trees to adjust their satellite dishes. That’s why the body builds muscle according mostly to use: do enough curls, and the biceps expand. As anyone who has experienced post-workout soreness could intuit, those curls are actually a form of controlled damage, making thousands of miniscule tears to the muscle tissue that beckon autoimmune cells to show up alongside testosterone and other hormones. The white blood cells help switch on satellite cells, which are similar to stem cells. Before they’re activated, satellite cells aren’t doing much—instead, they lie dormant around muscle fibers until they’re called into action to repair torn tissue.

This isn’t the only kind of cellular transformation at work in growing muscles. Long muscle cells, which contain several nuclei, can also begin to change type after a workout. Certain kinds of muscle fibers are equipped to handle brief bursts of effort but will quickly become tired if asked to do more intense work. These are the first to disappear as someone starts an exercise routine, as they’re converted into fibers with more endurance. This principle is so dramatic that a sports scientist can generally tell whether someone is a professional athlete or a professional mattress model by examining a minute sample of muscle tissue.

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Personal training sessions require an appointment. Limit 1 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

City Gym

Gym, Health Club