Working out with professional gym equipment is preferable to improvised workouts, such as coffee-table parkour and trying to lift one of everything at Costco. Bulk up with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $25 for a one-month gym membership and one 60-minute personal training sessions (a $140 value)
- $35 for a two-month gym membership and two 60-minute personal training sessions (a $280 value)
Membership nets access to Eclipse Fitness Sports and Wellness's gym and 85-plus classes per week, including 15 yoga classes. The cardio room's more than 70 pieces of equipment are equipped with 15-inch high-definition screens, device-charging USB ports, and built-in fans. The workout space also has free weights and more than 100 strength and toning stations.
During 60-minute personal training sessions, certified trainers customize regimens to your fitness goals and show you how to safely use the training equipment.
Eclipse Fitness Sports and Wellness
At Eclipse Fitness Sports and Wellness, working out and watching an all-day Real Housewives marathon are not mutually exclusive pursuits. With high-definition 15-inch screens on every cardio machine—which are also outfitted with integrated iPod connectivity and USB ports—the gym's treadmills, elliptical machines, and Expresso bikes double as media centers. The gym complements its cardio machines with more than 100 pieces of strength equipment from makers such as Cybex, Life Fitness, and FreeMotion, rather than forcing patrons to bench press each other. Clients who want a high-energy group workout can join the gym's group classes, which accommodate participants of all fitness levels. The sessions use all kinds of exercises and equipment, including kettlebells, suspension training, and slam balls. Spinning sessions motivate cyclists with a soundtrack of high-octane music, rather than the recordings of Lance Armstrong sweating that are popular in other gyms. Patrons can also hit the onsite racquetball and basketball courts and sip on the juice bar's nutritious shakes during breaks in their games.