Historic stadiums offer exercisers an environment where motivation can be extracted from statues, echoes of roaring crowds, and old workout journals carved into bleacher seats. Draw from a tradition of fitness with this Groupon.
Choose from Five Options
- $39 for five Stadium Fitness classes (a $125 value)
- $69 for one month of unlimited Stadium Fitness classes (a $150 value)
- $29 for five Stadium Fitness Yoga classes (a $70 value)
- $49 for one month of unlimited Stadium Fitness Yoga classes (a $99 value)
- $89 for one month of unlimited Stadium Fitness and Stadium Fitness Yoga classes (a $249 value)<p>
Trainers provide positive reinforcement to, rather than berate, groups of exercisers during Stadium Fitness classes that cater to every fitness level. Participants draw athletic inspiration from the historic Rose Bowl Stadium as they dash to the top of the stadium’s steps, circuit train inside the 5,000-square-foot locker room, and race across the field itself.
Alternatively, certified yoga instructors help exercisers balance body and mind during Heated Power Vinyasa Flow classes held at Stadium Fitness Yoga’s community-minded studio. Classes synchronize movement and breathing to rejuvenating music as they turn up the heat and pick up the pace to generate a healthy sweat.<p>
Lauded by Pasadena Weekly for having the best fitness program in 2011, Stadium Fitness earns its praise with a full schedule of energetic workouts held inside the hallowed walls of Rose Bowl Stadium. Recently featured in LA Yoga magazine, yoga classes also stay on the small side, helping instructors tailor workouts to individual goals and pay more attention to each student's inner growth. During each one-hour session, coed groups of all skill levels shed calories as a knowledgeable, certified fitness coach encourages quadriceps to put forth their best effort. Workouts are customized to each attendee's abilities—whether they want to jog up stadium stairs, sprint full-speed across the field's sun-splashed grass, or develop innovative cheerleading routines on the sidelines. Inside, a 5,000-square-foot locker room volunteers its spacious layout, allowing groups to participate in a variety of circuit-training routines or read plaques engraved with quotes from legendary tackling dummies.