Although inflatable muscle suits are easy to apply and double as flotation devices, natural brawn actually lifts heavy objects and doesn’t deflate when given a routine allergy shot. Blow up your fitness routine with today’s Groupon to Strive 4 Strength in Fayetteville. Choose between the following options:
- For $49, you get a gym package (a $239.99 total value), which includes:
- A three-month adult membership (a $109.99 value)
Two 60-minute personal training sessions (a $65 value)<p>
- For $67, you get a gym package for two (a $479.98 value), which includes:
- Two three-month adult memberships (a $109.99 value each)
- Two 60-minute personal training sessions per membership (a $65 value each)<p>
Helmed by personal trainer and kinesiologist Mike Constantino, Strive 4 Strength’s staff welcomes visitors aboard innovative exercise machines in a supportive environment. On The Helix workout machine, which has been featured in the Post-Standard, patrons take rapid steps, completing a small, sideways circular motion with each foot, fusing cardio workouts with movements that tone muscles from the hips down, much like a Riverdance marathon. An encouraging staff acclimates clients to all of the gym’s equipment, and the public workout area is rarely overcrowded by too many sweating physiques. Further pushing guests toward their fitness goals, two 60-minute personal training sessions help clients achieve full-body burns, zeroing in on individual problem areas such as the belly, thighs, or a flabby pinky toe.
Strive 4 Strength
Strive 4 Strength is designed to emulate the comfort of at-home workouts with toiletries, a steam room, towels, and no daunting crowds. In the boutique, the staff responsible for personal training and fitness classes works to set every visitor at ease. Drumrolls of feet on the floor drift from boot-camp classes, which get hearts thundering with squats, shoulder presses, and jumping jacks. Vinyasa yoga, on the other hand, teaches slow, breath-paired postures designed to bolster flexibility and relaxation. In cardio rooms, iPod-compatible treadmills and elliptical units whirr, tracking speed, distance, and how many lyrics to “Eye of the Tiger” you know. Expresso bikes pit exercisers against online opponents, and free weights build dense knots of muscle with a clattering din.