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: with today's Groupon: for $39, you get 25 all-access day passes (a $200 value) and one personal training session (a $35 value) at Fitness World (a $235 total value).
The experienced instructors at Fitness World give clients the knowledge and tools to mold healthy frames. Day passes provide total access to all classes, from yoga and Pilates to high-intensity cycling and budo kai cardio sessions. Heart muscles flex their biceps during a cardio theater session, which offers minds an engaging distraction. In the anaerobic arena, Fitness World's new Strive strength-training equipment varies the resistance curve of an exercise with target loading, which increases muscle fiber recruitment and hypertrophy, reduces the risk of overtraining, and confuses muscles with rhyming riddles. The center’s behind-the-scenes facilities boast showers and lockers, which jealously glare at their more popular sibling, the sauna. Child care is provided during select hours.
During a personal training session, expert muscle conductors guide clients through the use of each machine, focusing on one muscle group at a time. After introductions between human and cyborg have been made, trainers create a customized workout program that accounts for age, fitness level, weight, the results of an included cardio evaluation, and the client's schedule, and enumerates it in detail on an easy-to-follow chart. Nutritional counseling is also available to help trainees take healthy habits home.
Fitness World and MMA World
Fitness World and MMA World are connected, but they don't exactly share the same focus. Fitness World is closer to what you'd imagine when you hear the word "gym." There, patrons work with trainers and a range of equipment to improve their general fitness.
The workouts at MMA World certainly leaves patrons fit as well, but that's all meant to prepare visitors for mixed-martial-arts competition. A quintet of instructors there teaches clients proper techniques. The gym is lined with wall-to-wall mats, which provide cushioning during Brazilian jujitsu, muay thai, and wrestling classes. Clients can also learn how to throw a perfect punch during boxing lessons.
1101 N Congress Ave.
Evansville, Indiana 47715