In addition to raising heart rates and burning calories, jumping jacks are essential if one hopes catch a firefly above their head while simultaneously trying to kick away approaching robbers. Learn this essential skill with today’s Groupon: for $99, you get a three-month fitness package at the Morton Grove Park District’s Club Fitness (up to a $293 total value). The package includes the following:
- A three-month membership (up to a $108 value)
- 10 group fitness classes (up to a $120 value)
- One personal-training session (up to a $65 value)<p>
Club Fitness, a 5,000-square-foot workout facility maintained by the Morton Grove Park District, presents members with Paramount XL strength-training equipment, alternative-motion machines, childcare, and 40 weekly exercise classes. Certified trainers conduct one-on-one fitness sessions, demonstrating exercises and tailoring workouts to suit clients’ unique goals, fitness levels, and beatboxing abilities. Feel free to amp up cardio with rowers, climbers, and TKO dumbbells or hone free-throw skills at the basketball court.
Meanwhile, any member aged 14 and older can build their muscles and collection of autographs from strangers in group fitness classes. One-hour boot camps sculpt svelte physiques with cardio and body-weight exercises, and all-levels of Zumba classes torch calories with fun, Latin-inspired dance moves. In addition to fostering strength and flexibility, Hatha yoga sessions make stress vanish faster than an igloo built out of dry ice. Consult the schedule for dates and times.
Though Morton Grove Park District sometimes offers online discounts, today’s Groupon is still the best deal available.
Morton Grove Park District
Since 1951, the Morton Grove Park District has played host to a community of more than 23,000 with community-focused childcare, summer camps, fitness classes, and recreational programs just 10 miles northwest of Chicago. Preschool classes teach kids that classrooms are more than just growth chambers that middle schoolers walk into before emerging as bearded adults. Adults can stay fit with athletic programs or laps around the park's multiple pools. As visitors leave dance classes or wrap themselves in tinfoil to better reflect sunlight into the eyes of passing cyclists, they can take notice of the eco-friendly lighting of the Prairie View Community Center.