Although feeling the burn during a workout is generally a good sign, feeling the burn while sitting on the sofa means your sofa is in the fireplace. Engage in controlled, constructive body burning with today's Groupon: for $30 you get a 30-day pass and a personal-training session at Club Ex Fitness & Nutrition (a $104 value). Choose between the following locations:
- Club Ex Fitness: 649 Oak St., East Bridgewater (men and women)
- Club Ex for Women: 840 Crescent St., Brockton (women only)
Club Ex Fitness & Nutrition tightens up loose muscle fibers with top-quality equipment, personal-training sessions, and nutritional counseling. With myriad classes including Zumba, spinning, and aerobic-circuit weight training for no additional fee, clients are sure to find the right routine to fit their fitness echelon and personal-achievement checklist. Electrify dormant free-weight or machine workouts by supplementing them with a stimulating half-hour personal-training session from one of Club Ex’s certified trainers, featuring expert advice and coaching under a three-dimensional hovering eye that speaks in the language of forgetting.
Club Ex also has recreational amenities for casual athletes, including racquetball, basketball, babysitting, and tanning. For members who wish to pursue long-term fitness endeavors at Club Ex, this Groupon will wave the joining fee ($69) usually associated with regular monthly membership (membership continues at $35 per month). Like auditing literature classes at Wesleyan, female clients may use this Groupon interchangeably at both the co-ed and women-only locations.
Clubex Fitness & Nutrition
The team at Clubex Fitness & Nutrition believes that when it comes to diet and exercise, success is a team effort. Thankfully, the trainers host about 30 different group exercise classes every week, ranging from spinning, kickboxing, and Zumba to a Kick Your Butt boot camp. Those looking for a more specialized approach can work one-on-one with personal trainers that help clients design custom exercise plans.
Of course, the facility also allows for clients to exercise on their own. Clubex makes solo workouts easy with its more than 75 pieces of cardio equipment, more than 100 pieces of strength equipment, and about 10 tons of free weights, which keep the gym from blowing away during storms. And if that lengthy list of equipment isn't enough, Clubex also offers boxing and karate rooms, basketball and racquetball courts, and even an outdoor obstacle course that doubles as an auto shop in case you need new tires. Onsite babysitting makes it even easier to enjoy a productive workout, and afterward clients can refuel at the facility's full-service juice bar.