Gyms allow people to stay fit without resorting to antiquated workouts such as boulder rolling or Stonehenge arranging. Move your muscles into the modern era with today’s Groupon to Ladies Workout Express. Choose from the following options:
- For $19, you get 5 Pilates, yoga, Zumba, or spin classes (a $75 value).
- For $29, you get 10 Pilates, yoga, Zumba, or spin classes (a $150 value).
- For $39, you get 20 Pilates, yoga, Zumba, or spin classes (a $300 value).<p>
Ladies Workout Express owner Becky Tainter tones the bodies of fitness-conscious women with a schedule of group classes for all skill levels. Pilates classes target students’ cores with a series of smoothly controlled exercises that hone muscles without adding bulk, and yoga lengthens limbs with gracefully sustained poses. Zumba attendees master dance-inspired steps while speakers pulse with Latin rhythms, and spin students churn their legs through a 55-minute cardio regimen that burns more calories than a campfire full of melting s’mores. Though Ladies Workout Express’s instructors ask visitors to bring water and towels with them, the classes will provide any necessary equipment.
For members of Powerlady Fitness, the word support means more than having a reliable spotter at your bench. It's a keystone of the women-only gym, where ladies of all fitness levels can exercise and socialize in the presence of a community-oriented staff. Formerly Ladies Workout Express, founder Rebecca Tainter established Powerlady Fitness to provide a workout space that was both physically and emotionally empowering, and to that end, her instructors lead motivational group classes in Zumba, yoga, and general fitness away from men and bodybuilding kangaroos.
Guests can also tone their bodies through Pilates and medicine-ball workouts. Specialized pre- and post-natal workout programs promote healthy birthing, workouts for women who have recently undergone cosmetic surgery ease them back into the routine of the gym. For visitors with kids, an onsite childcare service entertains youngsters—a far safer alternative to letting them build barbell forts on the gym floor.
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