Establishing a regular exercise routine is a great way to show your body you care and is much less painful than swallowing a greeting card. Celebrate fitness with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $59 for 15 group fitness classes (a $150 value)
- $129 for 5 personal-training sessions (a $275 value)
Students strain against TRX suspension harnesses, swing kettlebells, or whip heavy ropes as they condition muscles and elevate heart rates during a variety of basic and specialty group fitness classes, including Bells, Ropes, and Whistles; Muscle Madness; and Core Performance. Certified trainers host sessions throughout the day, seven days a week at both the Clarkston location and the Macomb Township location, allowing clients to burn off calories or postworkweek energy over the weekend. With a certified personal trainer, exercisers also sculpt muscle and flatten unwanted curves, and their regimens are individualized in order to meet specific fitness needs and goals.
FitnessQuest's team of certified trainers and dedicated managers empowers clients of any age and fitness level to pursue healthier lives, starting with a fitness assessment that informs a custom-built program of exercise classes and nutritional guidance. Through these assessments, they create customized regimens that can help clients overcome medical issues, lose weight, or excel at sports-related tasks, such as throwing a baseball or ceremoniously hurling a water cooler at the coach from across the field after a victory. They helm a wide variety of basic and specialized classes that range from personal training, to fitness parties and corporate wellness programs.
The team also offers specialized health programs tailored to different demographics within their client base. They are also members of the Healthways SilverSneakers program, an innovative health, exercise and wellness program that helps older adults to live healthy, active lifestyles. Female-centric concerns, such as finding effective prenatal and postnatal workouts or overcoming difficulties with osteoarthritis, are addressed in their women-only exercise and nutrition program.