What You'll Get
Going to the gym is a safe way to work out, unlike doing streetlight pull-ups or fighting public-disturbance charges. Lift lawfully with today’s Groupon to Fitness 4 Success in Vaughan. Choose from the following options:
- For $29, you get 5 one-hour drop-in passes (a $100 value).
- For $39, you get 10 one-hour drop-in passes (a $200 value).
- For $49, you get 20 one-hour drop-in passes (a $400 value).<p>
Though passes are valid for one-hour workout sessions, clients can purchase additional hours for $5.
Fitness 4 Success pledges to fight the current Canadian obesity crisis by stocking its ultramodern confines with innovative machinery and classes to stimulate both body and mind. The futuristically decorated, lit, and soundtracked XRKade coalesces video games with interactive bikes, Exergaming equipment, and a weekly joystick-vaulting competition. In a violet-hued chamber, TRX suspension trainers dangle from a steel frame, elevating arms and legs in handled straps for body-weight-resistance routines that impart all-over toning. For a more traditional workout, The Jungle room inspires iron pumpers with a mural that depicts a strong, lean tiger choosing to munch on foliage instead of a chocolate cake shaped like a bone.
After a tough workout, patrons can turn their attention to exercising the mind with Fitness 4 Life’s on-site digital neuron training centre. Wielding NASA-patented software, each brain-fitness console helps users sharpen their memory, hasten cognition, and recite the contents of a forgotten grocery list drafted in 1997. The facility also boasts a WiFi-enabled smoothie & juice bar.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 28, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Must redeem classes in full by 5/28/12. Valid only for option purchased. Must sign waver. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Fitness 4 Success
The founders of Fitness 4 Success established their business as a family-fitness facility so that they could help provide solutions to the growing instances of obesity among Canadians, especially children. In addition to physical-fitness programs designed for adults and kids and teens, the staff trains athletes in developing agility and endurance for specific sports such as hockey, basketball, and soccer. Because the staff trainers see themselves as ambassadors for all aspects of healthy living, they conduct educational programs for kids in elementary and secondary schools as well as full-day summer camps filled with activities such as Zumba, hiking, and meditation.