What You'll Get
Competitive molasses-pouring requires athletic stamina but cannot be considered aerobically adequate because of the pancake eating that inevitably follows. Slow down your workout effectively with today's Groupon: for $60, you get a free consultation and four personal training sessions (a $120 value) at SuperSlow Zone in Eagle. This deal is good for new members only.
The certified personal trainers at SuperSlow Zone provide one-on-one coaching to get bodies toned up with slow, targeted workouts. This deal gets you a full-body consultation to assess your fitness needs, as well as four 20-minute personal training sessions that can be easily dovetailed into any hardwood schedule ledger. During each workout, you'll perform a series of weightlifting exercises, working your legs, shoulders, and arms through slow and steady repetition that will really tick off the harried, quick-to-judge hares so common in the general population. Holding each rep for long lengths fatigues muscles and improves your metabolic rate, thereby burning fat. Moving quickly from machine to machine provides an invigorating workout and keeps routines from falling down the vertical slip 'n' slide of stagnancy. Resting for days in between each session may help bodies rebound for improved joint motion and reduced lower back pain. Inside the state-of-the-art SuperSlow facility, air swirls around burning biceps while cooling fans dissipate heat for a climatically comfortable fitness environment. This slow-mo muscle-building method has been recommended by celebrities like Brad Pitt and Barbara Walters, who prefer to workout facing each other, synchronizing their breathing and encouraging each other with sustained eye contact. Sustain your energy levels and improve muscle performance with today's Groupon.
Though online reviews are still growing for SuperSlow Zone, national press such as Bloomberg Businessweek featured it:
- Even with all this personal attention, your total time investment--from walking in to walking out--is under 30 minutes. The walking out part is a little shaky. But by next week, that shakiness will have turned to steel. – Aleta Davies, Bloomberg Businessweek
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 1, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Valid for new clients only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.