What You'll Get
The most secretive body parts are muscles, which hide behind layers of skin and appear only occasionally to help lift cars off trapped kittens. Flex your biceps in the absence of a cat emergency with today's Groupon. For $25 you get six group fitness classes (a $90 value) at Studio 4 Athletics downtown.
Studio 4 Athletics is a locally owned and operated fitness center offering a variety of muscle molding and tendon toning classes in a warm, comfortable atmosphere. Today's Groupon is good for a sextuplet of group drop-in classes including cardiocentric adventures like Spin, Guts and Butts, and Cardio Combat to prepare for the imminent war of the ellipticals. Studio 4 offers eight separate training areas and top-of-the-line equipment housed in a heritage building with a loft-like interior composed of bamboo floors, exposed brick, floor to ceiling windows and 20-something artists trying to find themselves. Free wireless Internet and one hour of parking is included in this feel-good outing.
There are not yet many reviews for Studio 4 Athletics, but more than 250 Facebookers like it.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 28, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Must activate membership by 10/27/11, membership expires 6 weeks from activation date. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Studio 4 Athletics
Multiple fitness disciplines converge at Studio 4 Athletics. The heritage-style facility that was ranked number one in the Best of the City Gym/Fitness Studio category by the Victoria News houses three floors and eight training areas, each dedicated to a distinct purpose. The cardio area whirrs with the sound of treadmills and ellipticals, and the strength-training area clinks with the sound of free weights and functional-training equipment. In a cycling room, trainers lead a stationary Tour de France. Other studios play host to yoga, dance fitness classes, and boot camps. Within a boxing ring, instructors teach students how to duel their way to tighter forms, or mix fighting and creative movement into art forms known as capoeira and slap-hopscotch.