Sit-ups remain one of the best methods of reshaping the abdomen, second only to standing in front of a cannon. Enjoy explosive exercise with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $49 for one month of unlimited group training sessions with an initial fitness assessment (a $339 value)
- $129 for three months of unlimited group training sessions with an initial fitness assessment (a $917 value)
Instructors lead patrons in energetic and empowering 45-minute circuit-training sessions, which combine cardio interval work and muscle-building resistance-training drills using weights, medicine balls, and their own body weight. The classes, geared to fit busy schedules, target each individual’s fitness needs and goals, which are evaluated prior to class in a fitness assessment. Participants boost their balance, endurance, and flexibility while burning fat and toning muscle. The fitness assessment prepares students for the first session.
Classes are held at 6 a.m and 6:45 a.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday; 9:15 a.m. on Monday and Friday; 10 a.m. on Monday, Thursday, and Saturday; 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday; and 6:15 p.m. on Monday and Thursday.
Certified personal trainer and youth fitness specialist Marcia Sugar-Clark understands how hard it can be to balance everyday demands with maintaining a healthy lifestyle. As a working mom herself, she has had to make a concerted effort to keep fitness in her life, through running, cycling, and strength training. At Fitness Revolution, she helps clients of all ages and abilities make fitness a pivotal part of their lives, tailoring her programs to meet each individual's specific needs and personal goals. Whether her clients participate in private, semiprivate, or group personal training, she works one-on-one with each person to forge an effective and safe exercise experience. Her boot-camp-style routines focus on achieving functional fitness, helping clients perform everyday tasks with more vigor and strength, such as heaving bags of groceries, scaling stairs, or outrunning the many feral packs of neighborhood dogs on their morning commutes.