Sit-ups remain one of the best methods of reshaping the abdomen, second only to standing in front of a lit cannon. Enjoy explosive exercise with today's Groupon to LifeStyleRx in Livermore. Choose between the following options:
- For $29, you get a 10-visit pass to the gym, including access to pools, classes, and locker rooms (up to a $200 value).
- For $45, you get a 20-visit pass to the gym, including access to pools, classes, and locker rooms (up to a $400 value).
LifeStyleRx--ValleyCare Health System’s award-winning, 70,000-square-foot wellness center builds healthy bodies with workout machines, a multitude of group exercise classes, and medically based services from exercise physiologists, registered dietitians, and certified personal trainers. The tidy fitness center welcomes visitors with an NCAA-size gym, antigravity treadmills, and strength-training equipment that makes muscles burn like an insult uttered by a sarcastic fire swallower. As kids frolic and tumble in a childcare center and Youth FitZone, adults amble around an indoor walking track, bask in a sauna and whirlpool, or catch up with friends in the cafe and lounge.
The center's certified instructors lead 115 weekly fitness classes designed to build strength, endurance, and the ability to move furniture with one’s mind. Designed for new exercisers, seniors, and participants with chronic conditions such as diabetes and arthritis, one-hour FitnessRx classes build strength and flexibility with free-weight exercises with easy-to-follow calisthenics. Zumba sessions teem with Latin-inspired dance moves and rhythmic music from around the world. All-level yoga classes promote relaxation and mental clarity with deep stretches and focusing exercises, and Aqua Flow takes yoga to the depths of a warm indoor pool that challenges muscles with waves of gentle resistance.
Created as an extension of ValleyCare Medical, LifeStyleRx prescribes simple, healthy fitness routines for exercisers of all ages and skill levels. From their center within the ValleyCare Medical complex, staff members conduct up to 115 group exercise classes a week, some of which take place in a heated indoor pools. Personal trainers provide specific regimens to help clients accomplish fitness goals or recover from injury. They also supplement their physical training with nutritional counseling, walking their charges through a process that begins with creating grocery lists and ends with actually preparing recipes in cooking classes.
While members and visitors torch unwanted calories, their children can relax or take exercise classes of their own in the childcare center or YouthFitZone. The facility also provides ample postworkout amenities, including steam rooms and saunas.