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What You'll Get
Today's side deal pumps you up like your guns and glutes are hot air balloons soaring into the muscleosphere. For $50, new clients get three one-hour personal training sessions from Fitness Together in Point Loma, a $225 value. Training sessions are by appointment only; sessions are available from the early morning to mid evening Monday–Friday with a truncated schedule on Saturday. Fitness Together is closed on Sundays.
Fitness Together's private, homey studio is populated with the latest workout equipment and degree-bearing, hardbodied trainers who shepherd the flocks of equipment. Each exercise regimen is tailored to individual abilities and goals, with a focus on shaping up and shedding fat like so many layers of thick winter hair. Mixing proper nutrition with equal portions of cardiovascular and strength exercises, you'll begin to lay down the foundation for lifetime fitness. The personal trainers will keep you engaged throughout the routine, while imparting years of knowledge and providing a wealth of healthy inspiration.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 27, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may purchase multiple as gifts. New clients only. Not valid with other offers. By appointment only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Fitness Together
While Fitness Together’s workouts are based on private sessions rather than group classes, their three styles of personal training work together to steer patrons towards goals such as weight loss, strength building, and healthier lifestyles. Athletes exercise in private suites, working one-on-one with a personal trainer as they sweat through custom fitness programs. Each client-trainer bond begins with a preliminary consultation, during which they discuss the client’s fitness needs and goals. Next, the trainer creates a personalized regimen of cross-muscular resistance training or cardio, which can involve interval work or tempo exercise, rather than simply running from the person behind you on the treadmill. Alternatively, they can educate clients on nutrition basics, such as the key components of a healthy meal and portion control.