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Today’s Groupon gets you 29 days of access to any Equilibrium and Atlantis Sports Club fitness center for only $29. That’s just a dollar per visit with no commitment to join. An all-day pass usually costs $25—you can use your Groupon for 29 visits over three months. Plus, if you can’t get enough of the elliptical machines equipped with personal LCD TVs, you can purchase a gym membership with the initial membership and processing fees ($199 and $29 respectively) waived. That’s up to 92% off a $347 value (a month-long membership costs $119).
With seven locations in and around the Boston area, friendly-staffed fitness is just around the corner. Each location is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment, including Equilibrium’s own line of weight machines designed to maximize the muscle-building effects by adapting to the body’s natural motions. Check out Equilibrium’s group fitness classes, which feature yoga, Pilates, body sculpt, and more. For some post-workout relaxation, take advantage of Atlantis Nashua’s dry sauna and poolside dining.
The Atlantis Sports Club in Hyannis was featured in the Top 10 Massachusetts Resorts by ResortsandLodges.com. Though user reviews are scarce, Citysearchers give Equilibrium a perfect five stars: > * I can go during my lunch, after work or on the weekends. The hours are fantastic, there is always equipment available and the classes are great. – cmelo55, Citysearch > * I have been an EQ member for more than a year now and have to say that it’s the best gym I have ever found. – EQFan, Citysearch > * Equilibrium is the answer to my prayers; a spotless fitness center, with no lines, no waiting, and a ridiculously convenient location. I can finally fit exercise back into my life. Since joining the EQ I have become a happier, healthier person, not to mention I have lost body fat and gained muscle. – Cawat 2, Citysearch
Pick-Up Lines Before and After Equilibrium
Before Equilibrium opened, Boston was reported to be the most sedentary city in the world. During this time, life for residents was eerily different (seat belts felt slightly snugger, opera gloves barely fit, etc.). The most glaring differences are the pick-up lines that were used. Common ones included:
- Is that a mirror in your pocket? Because it sure looks like a roast-beef sandwich. Let’s share.
- I think I could fall madly in bed with you, assuming you keep a fridge nearby.
- Why do I feel like the most beautiful girl in the world is in this room? Addressing a Little Debbie cupcake.
Fortunately Equilibrium exists and residents can revert to using standard pick-up lines, such as: * If the world were ending today, you’d be a person I’d like to eat a light snack with. Shall we? * Your eyes remind me of burning oil tankers.