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What You'll Get
Like a tree house, a gym never lets non-members inside and always deflects frogs fired from the neighborhood bully’s slingshot. Hurry up the rope ladder with today's Groupon at Element Fitness in Lenexa. With a 29-visit pass, guests will have access to more than 80 group fitness classes, including aquatics, spinning, and music-fueled cardio classes (see the schedule here). For autonomous athletic enhancement, Fitness boasts an indoor track and heated pool, plus a state-of-the-art locker room with complimentary storage, showers, and dry saunas. Because today's Groupon does not have to be redeemed on consecutive days, gym rats and varied visitors alike can keep fit regardless of conflicts such as work, school, or the newest season of The Weather Channel.
Yahoo Locals give Element Fitness a four-star average:
- Great health club. Very helpful staff and personal trainers. True neighborhood feel. I recommend to those who want all the equipment, classes and amenities of a large gym with the personal experience of a specialized facility. – Richard, Yahoo! Local
- Really like the club and…all the classes and the heated pool. – ROBERT, Yahoo! Local
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 3, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. New members only. Must have valid photo ID. Must use all 29 visits before expiration. Punch card is non-transferrable. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Element Fitness
Inside Element Fitness, the lime-green walls of the cardio room energize guests dashing away on treadmills as the yoga studio’s crisp white walls and glowing orb lights soothe yogis. The pool room echoes with splashing as guests stretch during pool aerobics classes; the dry sauna nearby remains quiet, letting guests absorb dry heat without listening to the heavy-metal albums played in traditional saunas. Stationary bikes adorn the spinning studio. Meanwhile, in workout studios lined with free weights, personal trainers make use of their professional weightlifting or triathlon experience during one-on-one personal-training sessions or group fitness classes.