What You'll Get
Pram up slacking muscles with today's side deal: for $25, you get ten classes (up to a $50 value) at Stroller Strides, a fitness program for new mothers. Moms can work out at Battlefield Mall, and the usual $50 registration fee is also waived with this Groupon.
Getting in shape after giving birth can be difficult; taking care of the baby takes a lot of time and leaves bodies weary and sapped of energy. Stroller Strides understands these common struggles and has designed an exercise regimen with new mothers in mind. All you need to get started is you, your baby, and a stroller. The 60-minute classes, taught by specially trained instructors, usually take place outdoors and consist of a warm-up, a buggy-bandying power walk, and interval stations where participants do a variety of body-toning exercises. Instructors provide everyone with exercise tubing and, in the event of a fussy-baby episode, will show you exercises you can do with your baby.
In addition to providing a fun exercise regimen that takes babies into consideration, Stroller Strides is a venue for new mothers to interact and socialize. Commiserate over shared difficulties and take joy in each other's successes. A positive environment that encourages return visits is a key factor in sticking to a physical-fitness routine. Surrounded by friendly instructors, mom peers, and a teeming hoard of adorable babies, a Stroller Strides class creates a positive, encouraging environment for re-obtaining a pre-baby physique.
Though Stroller Strides sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
Although the Springfield Stroller Strides has few reviews, Fox2 News featured Stroller Strides of St. Louis.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 14, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Must activate pass by 7/14/11, pass expires 3 months from activation date. New customers only. Reservation recommended; subject to availability. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.