Working out is No. 3 on the list of most popular daily activities in America, behind not working out and teaching dogs to swear. Spend your time wisely with today’s Groupon to D-Source Sports Performance and Fitness in Durham. Choose from the following options:
- For $27, you get 5 fitness classes (up to a $55 value).
- For $47, you get 10 fitness classes (up to a $100 value).
- For $60, you get 15 fitness classes (up to a $135 value).<p>
D-Source Sports Performance and Fitness employs a multitalented staff of instructors that includes former athletes, dancers, and yogis. The studio accommodates students of various fitness interests and skill levels with an eclectic array of classes, including the Dancer’s Workout, which massages eardrums with genre-hopping musical selections ranging from ballet to lyrical jazz, and introduces a dynamically choreographed routine step by step. After the third curtain call, each class cools down with a series of Pilates-based exercises intended to loosen limbs and tone muscles. Vinyasa-style yoga sessions corral scattered thoughts with centering meditation and mindful breathing techniques, teaching students how to synchronize each of the practice’s flowing transitions and slow-motion cartwheels with a measured breath. Infusing dance-based aerobics with Latin rhythms, Zumba classes introduce hip-swaying music into a series of engaging dance and double-dutch-inspired exercises.
D-Source Sports Performance and Fitness
D-Source Sports Performance and Fitness founder Ivan Jenkins—a former All-American collegiate and professional basketball player—marshals an experienced squad of certified personal trainers, therapists, and yogis that fight alongside clients in their calorie-burning battles. A cap of 100 active memberships at a time frees up equipment and allows instructors to focus on individual patrons. Guests rev up hearts, tone muscles, and build endurance in 10 different fitness and aerobics classes such as the intense full-body boot camp, the midsection-molding Ab & Glute Blast, or the Dancer's Workout that blends ballet, hip-hop, and Broadway jazz like a Juilliard student who hasn't declared a major.
To soothe overexerted anatomies, licensed therapists send stress packing with massages and reflexology treatments, which boost circulation, infusing uptight limbs with oxygen. Therapists perform the treatments in private rooms in an effort to maintain clients’ modesty and ensure minimal distraction. Reflexology treatments strategically apply pressure to hands, feet, and ears, reducing inflammation of the joints, enhancing detoxification, and displacing unfashionable stick-on toe rings.