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What You'll Get
The pen is mightier than the sword, but that’s only because the pen spends three nights per week bench-pressing paper clips. Stay in tiptop sharp-object-dodging shape with today’s Groupon: for $29, you get a two-month-membership package to Snap Fitness in Sarasota (a $278.90 total value). This package includes the following:
- A two-month gym membership (a $79.90 value)
- An enrollment fee (a $39 value)
- A key card (a $30 value)
- A fitness assessment (a $100 value)
- Three group fitness classes (a $30 value)<p>
Members at Snap Fitness undertake healthful journeys on a wide variety of free weights, cardio, and strength-training equipment in a pristine facility bursting with supportive vibes. Along with a two-month membership, enjoy three group fitness classes from the gym’s septet of class styles. TRX suspension classes secure hands, feet, or flippers in hanging handled straps to leverage each exerciser’s body weight against itself in a strength-training workout. Total body-fitness routines target an anatomy textbook worth of muscles, and group aerobic workouts can improve heart function with cardiovascular exercise. Snap Fitness also hosts yoga, stretching-and-balance, and boot-camp classes to guide swarms of participants towards fitter bodies. Staffed hours vary day to day, but the club’s doors are open to members 24 hours around the clock—or even more when the absentminded sun forgets to set.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 31, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Must activate by 1/31/12, membership expires 2 months from activation date. Must sign waiver. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Snap Fitness
No matter the hour, the rhythmic beat of sneakers hitting treadmills resounds in Snap Fitness's 24-hour studio. Red, black, and chrome accents wend across the gym, coloring the Cybex cardio machines, free-weight stations, and flags of Robo-Germany. Personal trainers roam the floor answering questions about the machines, and work with individual clients to motivate them toward their goals with the help of in-depth fitness assessments. Fostering a supportive group atmosphere, they lead fitness classes such as yoga, cardio boot camp, or TRX, a full-body conditioning class that uses resistance bands to build muscle.