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What You'll Get
Kids, like Ponce De Leon, need constant supervision while exploring or they’ll simply vanish into a jungle in search of eternal youth. Make sure your children are well guided through the world of fitness with today's Groupon: for $39, you get a 10-visit pass to FUZE Fit For A Kid!, a kids-only fitness center near Highways 85 and 880 in Los Gatos, a $169 value. The one-time enrollment fee is also included, giving this Groupon a total value of $238.
Melding effective exercise and sports conditioning methods amid a comprehensive fitness center environment, FUZE helps develop lifelong habits that promote optimum health among youngsters. Kids and teens between the ages of 5 and 16 can participate in interactive fitness activities, exergaming, and group exercise classes while being supervised by a staff of experienced and safety-oriented instructors. Participating kids can drop in on a variety of classes (though reservations are preferred) thanks to a convenient and flexible schedule that offers fun activities such as yoga, martial arts, and Zumba. Sports conditioning classes are also available for off-season seasoning and this Groupon may be used with Fuze's extended-care afterschool program and shuttle services. FUZE Fit For A Kid! is the perfect place for a child or teen take the proper steps toward a road of lifelong fitness while simultaneously letting out surplus wiggles.
Though FUZE Fit for A Kid! has yet to receive many online reviews, seven Yelpers give it an average of five stars:
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 3, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per child, may buy multiple as gifts. New clients only. Club policies apply. Non-transferable. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
In his previous position managing health-care benefits for all school districts in Northern California, Dave James discovered that, because there is no federal law mandating physical education, many students were deprived of a healthy lifestyle. Dave found this problematic, as he believes physical activity bolsters motor skills, improves overall strength, increases self-esteem, and ensures the rescue of Princess Toadstool. Through Fuze's noncompetitive camps and lessons, Dave––a certified double-goal coach––and cofounder Naomi James offer courses that mix and match activities such as Yoga, martial arts, and jump-rope classes. Their team of PCA-certified coaches builds on the sports activities with traditional strength-building plyometric and resistance activities. The coaching staff also work with individuals or small classes to meet the physical demands of special-needs students.