Working out is No. 3 on the list of most popular daily activities in America, behind not working out and teaching dogs to swear. Spend your time wisely with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$29 for a one-month Smartraining package (a $190 total value) $39 for a two-month Smartraining package (a $330 total value)
- Unlimited 30-minute Smartraining sessions (a $140 value/month)
- Body-composition assessment (a $50 value)
Groupon customers can also receive $150 off club membership should they decide to join by their sixth session or after two weeks of their Groupon redemption.
Koko FitClub Smartraining system, which debuted in Entrepreneur magazine's 33rd annual Franchise 500 rankings, gives patrons personalized control over their own fitness with 30-minute custom workouts at automated stations. Each person's tailored regimen begins with a body-composition test, which helps trainers to build a program based on weight loss, toning, or whale-wrestling goals. Staff members then load workout plans onto the client's Koko key, which plugs into Smartraining machines. The workout equipment greets guests by name and instructions steer limbs through a medley of strength and cardio maneuvers, all of which take place at a single station. Because the system stores each visitor's progress, workouts adapt daily to keep muscle groups from starting a fight club out of boredom. A personal website tracks fitness data for at-home viewing.
94% of 97 customers recommend
“I like the set up and you don't have to wait your turn to use the machine. You stay at the same station for 30 minutes..it's perfect idea! You also are showed what to...”
“I like the set up and you don't have to wait your turn to use the machine. You stay at the same station for 30 minutes..it's perfect idea! You also are showed what to do and how to control your movement, so if you are not sure it's tracking you to correct it. ”
“Loved that you basically have your own personal trainer with the type of equipment that they have.”
“Very clean and relaxing atmosphere. Too soon to know anything more, just joined.”