Exercising with friends allows you to morally support each other, and, when the time comes, to have the collective muscle to beat up an asteroid headed for Earth. Get strength in numbers with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $49 for a four-week 360 Fitness training program with sessions twice a week ($180 value)
- $92.99 for an eight-week 360 Fitness training program with sessions twice a week ($360 value)
- $59 for 10 small-group 360 Fitness classes ($270 value)
- $99 for 20 small-group 360 Fitness classes ($540 value)
The four- and eight-week programs include weigh-ins, body-fat testing, and measurements at the beginning and end of those periods, as well as aid with setting goals, motivation and developing nutrition plans. During the 360 Fitness small group classes—which continually change in an effort to ensure no two programs are the same—instructors incorporate exercise equipment such as kettlebells, suspension bands, and Power Plate vibration machines into a 60-minute full-body workouts. Tabata interval training, gladiator workouts, battle ropes, and training blocks also find their way into the mix. The trainers take a hands-on approach, providing personal attention to each member of the group. See the class schedule.
The modern athlete is a walking sculpture—made of chiseled brawn that can leap through the air, dart across a field, and pull off wearing a tank top that says, “The Muscles Not Necessarily from Brussels.” Given this grandeur, it's understandable that some athletes might overlook the means to the end. At Fitzmaurice Performance, co-founders Brian and Shawn Fitzmaurice and their highly experienced staff strive to offer athletes a well rounded path to overall wellness.
While the gym's 6,000-square-foot space lends it a "big box" feel, the family-owned Fitzmaurice Performance prides itself on the tight-knit feelings it fosters among its clientele. Brian and Shawn can now boast 20 years in the personal-training business and 13 years of ownership of Fitzmaurice Performance, offering one-on-one services as well as group classes. They take a four-pronged approach, focusing on performance training, nutrition counseling, motivation and recovery. These facets comprise their 360 Fitness program.
Those looking to get fit outside of the sports realm benefit from their expertise as well with personal-training and small group personal training classes. The instructors lead sessions including hallmark 360 fitness classes, which incorporate exercise equipment such as suspension bands and Power Plate machines. For good measure, Fitzmaurice Performance also has its clients channel their inner Rocky Balboa as they run up and down the gym's stairs.
98% of 44 customers recommend
“Great customer service and class - I will be back and highly recommend to others”
“Great first visit...Cam was very motivating, but at the same time aware of your limit.”
“This was my first time working out at Fitzmaurice and I appreciated the individual attention the trainer gave me.”