Exercisers often tie weight loss goals to holidays, hitting gyms to burn Thanksgiving’s excess calories, sticking to New Year’s resolutions, or getting in shape for Arbor Day’s Running of the Maples. Stick to your pledge with today's Groupon to Fit Behavior in Rocky Hill. Choose from the following options:
• For $19, you get 10 group classes (a $120 value).
• For $29, you get one month of 30FIT small-group training classes (up to 24 visits) (a $219 value).
• For $30, you get a one-hour personal-training session (a $65 value).
When not busy dispensing fitness wisdom on programs including Channel 3's Better Connecticut, Fit Behavior founder and former competitive athlete Carolyn Phillips oversees calorie-burning behaviors in the gym’s exercise classes. Lead by attentive staffers, group fitness classes test bodily mettle as students shimmy to Zumba's South American rhythms, magnify muscles during high-rep Hot Iron sessions, or build class camaraderie during locker-room trust falls. During intimate 30FIT group personal-training classes, up to five students cram heart-pounding, muscle-constructing workouts into 30-minute sessions.
An ever-changing assortment of workout styles including boot camp and cardio kick keep bodies spiced with variety, while kettle bells, heavy balls, and other equipment add mechanical flair to exercise regimens or gym-themed Rube Goldberg devices. Glean personalized fitness know-how during a one-on-one training session, as experienced personal trainers assess clients' current fitness levels, medical history, and goals before tailoring workouts to meet individual benchmarks.
Helmed by studio owner Carolyn Phillips, Fit Behavior's certified instructors help clients to reach health goals through group classes, weight-loss programs, and personal-training services. They lead guests of all fitness levels through dynamic and challenging exercises, drawing on experience in gymnastics, bodybuilding, and Afro-Cuban dance to jazz up boot-camp sessions, Pilates classes, or elementary-school talent shows. The wellness emporium's specialty class, 30Fit, stitches together a fabric of plyometrics, kettlebells, rope work, TRX-suspension training, and cardio kick to show lethargy and monotony the door over the course of 30 intense minutes.