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Today’s deal ensures that you’ll be able to lift your Christmas tree in time for the traditional after-Christmas family tree joust: for $32, you get five BodyPump sessions, spinning sessions, kettlebell sessions, or ultimate conditioning classes at FIT Nashville in the Gulch (a $65 value). You must take all five classes within 30 days of activating your Groupon. Check out FIT’s schedule here.
Each of FIT’s class regimens offers something different:
- BodyPump is a 60-minute barbell-blast that strengthens every major muscle group (especially the recently discovered squags), burning up to 600 calories in the process.
- Spinning lets you set your own calorie-burning pace on industrial-strength Spinner Pro stationary bikes with resistance controls.
- Kettlebell gives you a taste of the strength training the Russian military and special forces use.
- Ultimate Conditioning, on the other hand, is a 45-minute total-body program that combines a military-style format with progressive exercises. Like unusually muscular snowflakes, no two Ultimate Conditioning classes are ever the same.
If all the energy-packed music and instructors aren’t enough to keep you motivated through your five classes, buy a second Groupon for your best frenemy, and let the deadly dance commence.
Along with the gym’s testimonials, a reviewer on Yahoo! Local gives FIT Nashville five stars: > * Beautiful with an intimate feel. Not too big and not small. Its the perfect gym for everyone. – TNT, Yahoo! Local
FIT Nashville can offer you a personal fitness revolution, but it will hardly be the first fitness revolution in history. Here are some turning points in the history of exercise:
3,000 BCE: Exercise is invented by cavemen who had previously run away from bears, fires, and bears on fire, but never before from fiery bears cursed with eerie human faces.
30: A revolution seems to be happening in Galilee, led by a charismatic, long-haired, sandaled fellow who doesn’t always do what people tell him to. His name was Keith, and he invented swimming. It’s great exercise.
1975: The Nordic Track is invented. Every 100th unit causes its owner to painfully age backward during use.
2015: Exercise in a pill makes working out obsolete.
2016: Exercise in a pill revealed to be cause of population-destroying superplague.
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