Roughly 85% of New Year's resolutions never make it past the hypothetical phase, according to an unfinished study that was abandoned in early February. Accomplish what hope alone cannot with today's Groupon to One on One. Choose between the following options:
- For $30, you get a one-hour Swedish massage (a $60 value including tax).
- For $49, you get two 30-minute personal-training sessions (a $25 value each), a one-month fitness-center pass (a $49 value), and a 30-minute Swedish massage (a $40 value; a $139 total value including tax).
One on One's experienced, seasoned trainers and therapists help mold musculature with customized fitness regimens and soothing massages. For personal-training sessions, a knowledgeable guru designs an individualized fitness plan based on each customer's goals and lifestyle. Flexible scheduling reduces pressure on crowded calendars, and a private, comfortable atmosphere encourages people pursue their goals with the tenacity of a filibusterer at a PTA conference. Budding bodybuilders can bolster their routine at One on One's full fitness center, where cardio machines and free weights neighbor indoor and outdoor pools. Muscles made sore during training sessions or while trying to tie a dumbbell into a figure eight can find respite with a calming Swedish massage, during which gentle hand strokes fight stress and help alleviate aches.
One On One
At One On One, clients workout in a state-of-the-art facility with access to certified trainers, a collegiate diver, a martial artist, and trainers who have competed in figure- and bodybuilding competitions. The fitness gurus can design customized plans tailored to each client’s skills as they monitor, motivate, and encourage them to reach their goals. In the gym—which is open 24 hours a day—TVs suspended from the ceilings occupy athletes as they work up a sweat on Precor and Life Fitness treadmills and elliptical machines. Strength-training machines populate the gym floor, as do free weights, an adjacent pool, and medicine balls for clients who grow sick of standard workouts. An in-house massage therapist is available to ease tense muscles and knead away stress with Swedish, deep-tissue, and hot-stone massages.