The most secretive body parts are muscles, which hide behind layers of skin and appear only occasionally to help lift cars off trapped kittens. Flex your biceps in the absence of a cat emergency with today's Groupon: for $99, you get a fitness assessment, two 30-minute personal training sessions, and four day passes (a $390 total value) at Ivy Fitness Club, located on the second floor of the historic Hotel Ivy.
Let Ivy Fitness Club’s dedicated staff of muscle molders put your paltry protoplasm on the path to dumbbell dexterity. Upon arrival, new clients will be treated to a personalized fitness assessment to determine existing ability and areas for improvement. Once your fitness goals have been determined, a personal trainer will work with you to develop a balanced workout during each 30-minute training session. The one-on-one attention will include expert feedback to help clients continue their jaunt toward a buffer body on their own, leaving them strong, self confident, and increasingly supple. Ivy’s spacious facility is clean, calming, and fully equipped, boasting high-end treadmills and elliptical machines lined up in long, straight rows, and fighting for cardio seekers' affection by flashing sophisticated features, such as individual TV screens and full-sized microwaves. An abundance of strength-training contraptions help people tone muscles and gain enough strength to easily lift garbage cans filled with cement. The day passes also grant access to the locker rooms, sauna, and steam room, and a long list of drop-in fitness classes are open to day pass guests for a fee of $18.
New members only.
Though most TripAdvisors review the amenities at the Ivy Hotel, several users comment on the Ivy Fitness Club. Overall the Ivy Hotel earns an average of four owl eyes:
Ivy Spa Club
The only stress you'll feel at Ivy Spa Club is the stress of deciding just how you want to relax. The club offers a wide range of spa services that incorporate cherry-blossom body creams, Minnesota river rocks, and Hawaiian body scrubs flecked with warm aromatherapy oils. Mud and clay masks exfoliate dead skin cells, bringing a glossy polish to skin otherwise afflicted with a dull matte finish, much like a limousine wearing a leather jacket. Elsewhere, guests can do battle with the gym's cardio and strength-training equipment, then relax tired muscles with a sports or deep-tissue massage.
201 11th St. S
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