Jungle gyms are a great way to combine fun and fitness, whereas Jungle Jim is just a guy with tons of bugs in his hair. Visit a metaphorical jungle with this Groupon.
Choose Between Three Options
- $45 for 8 group fitness classes (a $96 value)
- $89 for 20 group fitness classes (a $220 value)<p>
Group classes include strength-training sessions that use kettlebells, cables, or body weight; conditioning sessions designed to improve stamina and decrease body fat; and 45-minute yoga classes.<p>
- $80 for a five-week summer youth strength, conditioning, and alignment program (a $180 value)<p>
These summer youth programs for boys and girls ages 12–17 take a well-rounded approach that incorporates strength, conditioning, and High Energy Yoga. Two sessions are scheduled for June 10–July 12 and July 22–August 23, and take place on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. for girls, and 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. for boys.<p>
Monkey Bar Gym Cypress
When Jon Hinds was designing Monkey Bar Gym, he drew inspiration from the playground to create a unique type of exercise that focuses on full-body workouts. The fitness regimen at the gym combines six simple skills learned as a child: running, jumping, crawling, climbing, rolling, and reacting. Jon Hinds and the certified trainers at Monkey Bar Gym have combined these principles into a high-intensity routine that was featured on Fox 6 news and in fitness publications such as Men’s Fitness magazine. “The workouts are intense, but you won’t see any training partners screaming their buddies through forced reps here,” says a reporter from Muscle & Fitness who visited the gym. “The challenges come in making the exercises as efficient as possible and constantly working to a higher level of skill and movement.”
At MBG Cypress, the air-conditioned fitness studio resembles a warehouse, and a set of monkey bars looms in the center of the room. Owner and instructor Leslie Niermeyer helms the classes, walking students through boot-camp, yoga, and strength classes that focus on movements people make every day. Moves vary, but students can often be found doing pushups, pull-ups, resistance-band training, heavy-rope training, and gymnastics-inspired moves on hanging ropes.