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What You'll Get
Pilates combines mental toughness with physical strength, much like solving a sudoku puzzle engraved in stone. Get rock hard abs with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $39 for four Core SPX, Core Cycle, or Core 30/30 fitness classes (a $148 value)
- $59 for eight Core SPX, Core Cycle, or Core 30/30 fitness classes (a $286 value)
In the 50-minute SPX class, students perform core-strength building workouts using the Megaformer, which uses an expedient blend of Pilates and resistance training to strengthen joints and improve flexibility. The RealRyder cycle has an articulate frame that moves with the rider for dynamic workouts that mimic functional movement. The Core 30/30 class gives students a combination of both workouts.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. New clients only. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 1 per visit. Online registration required. 12-hour cancellation notice required for group class or a fee up to the individual class price may apply. Must sign waiver. Must wear treaded socks. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Core Studio
Though Core Studio's workouts blend elements of Pilates, resistance-training, and strength-training, the company's entire program has three core methods: SPX fitness, Core Barre, and RealRyder indoor cycling. Each of the studio's instructors are masters of both. The Core SPX workout has a specific science designed to work muscles toward their limits and the heart toward victory. Armed with this knowledge, the instructors motivate clients to sweat through flexibility and core-strength-enhancing workouts in four classes: Core SPX, Core Barre, Core Cycle, and Core 30/30, a blend of SPX and Cycle. SPX workouts use the Megaformer, a state-of-the-art Pilates reformer that relies on spring resistance, whereas Cycle classes use the RealRyder indoor cycle—a stationary bike that isn't actually stationary. As it turns and tilts with riders, mimicking the motions of a real bike ride, the machine encourages functional movements, such as pedaling faster to escape a pack of invisible wolves.