Muscle weighs more than fat, making retired bodybuilders nature’s best paperweights. Get buff and avoid scattered utility bills with today’s Groupon to Prestige Fitness in Littleton. Choose between the following options:
- For $20, you get 5 group exercise classes (a $75 value).
- For $25, you get 10 group exercise classes (a $150 value).<p>
Prestige Fitness’s exposed ductwork, chic color schemes, and expansive studios stage the proper backdrop for such modern machinery as Lance Armstrong LiveStrong bikes and Johnny G. upper-body cycles. Group fitness classes corral exercisers for cardio, strength, and stretch-centric sessions designed to spice up workouts without the discomfort of a cayenne-sprinkled sweatband. Turbo Kick marries self-defense mechanisms with dance-floor staples that torch calories to the beat of pumping tunes, and Cardio Mix stratifies sweat sessions with low- and high-impact options. Much like hand-delivering a new crown to the Statue of Liberty, Step N’ Sculpt combines strength with stair-climbing cardio as Prestige’s arsenal of barbells, hand weights, bands, and balls toughens routines. Yoga and Pilates instructors guide patrons through relaxing sessions, pairing deep, rhythmic breathing with either held stretches and poses or precise, repetitive movements. Check the gym’s schedule or consult a psychic pair of sneakers for a full list of class times.
Although Prestige Fitness' new facilities sparkle with brand-new cardio and strength-training machines and freshly painted walls, they still possess an air of intensity found in most worn-in gyms. Personal TVs on each piece of cardio equipment wire members into their favorite shows as they slay calories, saving them from the standard gym entertainment of harmonized grunting. Group exercise classes challenge members to burn calories in tandem, as they engage in the intense routines of Lance Armstrong Livestrong group cycling, Zumba, or yoga. Massage therapists help melt away the tension of a hard workout, plying their trade in quiet massage rooms isolated from the rest of the gym's hubbub. A two-story mini gym keeps tykes active in the Kids Club, where they shoot down slides, clamber up and down climbing equipment, and give kisses to punching bags.