Working out is No. 3 on the list of most popular daily activities in America, behind not working out and teaching dogs to swear. Spend your time wisely with today's Groupon to Fitness Artist in Halfmoon. Choose between the following options:
- For $30, you get three fitness-training sessions (45 minutes each) in a small-group setting of two to three persons (a $60 value).
- For $52, you get three one-on-one personal-training sessions (30 minutes each) (a $105 value).
Fitness Artist's certified trainers allay gym fears with group and individual fitness training in a private and supportive setting. With an eye toward balancing both body and mind, Fitness Artist's impassioned trainers begin by assessing each client's fitness level and identifying personal goals, such as losing weight, improving strength and agility, and being able to run down ice-cream trucks. Group-training sessions consisting of two to three persons emphasize circuit training, moving trainees briskly from one exercise to the next and packing each 45-minute workout with fat-burning exhilaration.
Customers who prefer a totally personalized training experience can opt for one-on-one sessions, during which they undergo exercise tutelage more tailored than a custom-fitted three-piece suit ink stamped with their thumbprint. Far from the crowded machines of large chain gyms, Fitness Artist's clients bask in the sweaty seclusion of a private workout studio. The studio assures client privacy, keeps workouts focused, and thwarts the incorrigible towel snapping of dumbbell gnomes.
Travis Gil believes fitness comes not only from training the body, but from a great mindset as well. He knows that a physical and mental transformation can be intimidating, so he created Fitness Artist to cater to clients one-on-one with custom programs or in small groups of two to eight. He and his staff of fitness professionals alter their regimens in every session, tailoring the workouts to the clients' levels of fitness and individual goals. The private, spa-like facility has individual workout rooms that are contained by frosted glass for privacy, helpful for busy people who may feel self-conscious about going to the gym during peak times. Group fitness rooms, which hold circuit training classes that utllize battle ropes, pull-ups, kettle bells, and slam balls, are tucked away in the back, as well. Private showers and an on-site massage therapist, plus careful details such as chandeliers and crown moulding, help elevate the studio's atmosphere.