The gym is a safe place to work out, unlike the home of a stranger who promised you unlimited access to his room full of 20-pound hammers. Work up a healthy sweat with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $98 for a two-month gym membership with unlimited Max small group training, boot camp, and boxing sessions for one (a $286 value)
- $169 for a two-month gym membership with unlimited Max small group training, boot camp, and boxing sessions for two (a $572 value)
Members burn calories in more than 80 group exercise classes a week, including Zumba, Group Power, yoga, and spinning. They also can sweat it out on the racquetball court or a sizable indoor track. During Max fitness classes, small groups of up to 10 participants receive individualized attention in sessions that combine the specialization of personal training with the high energy of team workouts. See the weekly Max class schedule.
HealthRidge Fitness Center
HealthRidge Fitness Center is all about options. From more than 80 weekly group exercise classes to sprawling facilities that include a 1/8-mile indoor track, racquetball courts, and cardio machines with personal TVs, both beginning and advanced exercisers can find an activity that moves at their preferred pace. Guests get pumped up in boot-camp sessions taught by instructors who have been certified in a military-instructor training course led by Army National Guard master fitness trainer and staff sergeant Ken Weichert. To calm the mind, a yoga or Pilates class reduces stress while strengthening core muscles. The center also features a workout area and classes designed specifically for kids.
In warm weather, an outdoor pool decorated with a natural-looking rock formation invites swimmers to splash about a tranquil waterfall. Exercisers can unwind after a workout with a pedicure, a massage, or a facial at the Spa at HealthRidge, which has been named one of America’s Top 100 Spas by SpAwards. The café and lounge area offers nutritious meals and a cozy fireplace that is ideal for soothing achy muscles or burning cheat-day pages torn from food journals.