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Reviewed December 7, 2014
What You'll Get
Exercising has come a long way from outrunning a lion until it reaches the point of exhaustion so its sleeping carcass could be bench- pressed and shot putted. Build muscle using non-living weights with today's Groupon: for $39, you get a two-month multi-pass membership to Gold's Gym ($149 value). The multi-pass is good for four Houston locations: Woodlands/ Magnolia, Conroe, Kingwood, and Bear Creek. For current members (anyone under contract during the month of January), today's deal can be redeemed for two personal-training sessions ($139 value).
Gold's Gym began more than 45 years ago and today features an impressive array of next-generation fitness gadgets, a results-oriented focus, clean facilities, and certified personal trainers. Hop on a cardio machine, possibly including a built-in TV, pump up in a controlled manner on strength-training machines, tighten up in the abdominal and functional stretching area, or stick with lifting huge, heavy pieces of metal and commercial chest freezers. Facilities and classes vary by location; weekly classes include Zumba, BodyCombat, yoga, Pilates, group cycling, and lion punching.
The two-month membership also includes 14 passes good for entry at any of Gold's Gym's more than 600 worldwide locations, ensuring that a business trip doesn't result in muscle cells converting into less strong muscle cells.
Google Mappers are impressed with Gold's Gym and give Woodlands/Magnolia and Kingswood a 4.5-star average, and the Bear Creek location a four-star average. Insider Pagers give the Conroe location four stars. More than 700 Facebookers like Gold's Gym Houston.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 20, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Must activate membership by 5/20/11, membership expires 2 months from activation date. Must redeem all training sessions by 5/20/11. Must be 18 or older. Valid only at listed locations. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.