Although feeling the burn during a workout is generally a good sign, feeling the burn while sitting on the sofa means your sofa is in the fireplace. Engage in controlled, constructive body burning with today's Groupon to New World Fitness. Choose between the following options:
• For $24, you get a one-month junior membership for youths aged 12–17 (a $60.98 value, including tax and $5 membership card).
• For $44, you get a one-month membership (a $105.57 value, including tax and $5 membership card).
New World Fitness reshapes physiques with an array of fitness equipment and more than 20 group classes led by canfitpro-certified instructors. Classes include programs designed by Body Training Systems, such as Centergy, which limbers limbs and tightens torsos with yoga and Pilates movements, and Group Power, which challenges every major muscle group with 60 minutes of barbell routines and ornate balloon-animal construction. Fitness seekers can jump into the pool for laps or Aquafit classes or can join the running club on the gym’s indoor track to master proper jogging form. A junior membership, meanwhile, grants tweens and teens aged 12–17 access to the fitness mecca, including its lifeguard-supervised, summer-enhancing pool. The class schedule offers classes daily, with start times as early as 8:30 a.m. and as late as 8 p.m., allowing for flexibility in balancing work, family, and online samurai school.
New World Fitness
The sounds of stretch-induced groans and enthusiastic high-fives echo throughout the workout rooms at New World Fitness, an all-purpose facility that opens its doors to members of any age and fitness level. Though each of the gym’s group fitness classes blends a results-oriented workout with a healthy dose of social interaction, the similarities tend to end there. Toning workouts such as the Ab Blaster target core muscles with short, intense exercises—a marked contrast to the relaxed stretches of a yoga session that slowly eases tension out of overworked limbs. Feet lead the way through aerobics classes based on the movements of martial arts and dance. The gym’s indoor pool hosts an aquatic-therapy program alongside joint-friendly Aquafit classes, after which guests can dry off with a sprint around the indoor track.