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What You'll Get
Though secret societies have terrific members-only benefits, their gorilla-centric initiation rites are often illegal. Make a solemn fitness vow that's legal with today's Groupon: for $10, you get five yoga or cycling classes at SYNCStudio in Durham, a $60 value. This Groupon is valid for new clients only, and classes must be used within 30 days of attending the first one. Groupon holders may transfer their classes to other guests.
Focusing on an innovative approach to group fitness and personal health, SYNCStudio provides visitors with an opportunity to pursue whole-body fitness with figure-trimming classes that don’t include tedious trench digging or battle-ax juggling. SYNCYoga helps balance the body and mind while increasing flexibility and alleviating back problems, while SYNCCycling utilizes a stand-up style of indoor stationary biking that incorporates upper-body movements with a constantly changing playlist of propulsive, head-nodding music. A versatile schedule offers plenty of opportunities for time-strapped participants to get sweaty without wreaking havoc on busy itineraries.
Until the day when flashy magnesium exoskeletons become affordable, regular unmillionaires must maintain their head pedestals with motivated fitness training. A motivational group environment and a welcoming atmosphere make visiting the friendly wellness experts as delightful and guilt free as fro-yo.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 9, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Must attend first class by expiration date. Limit 1 per person, may purchase multiple as gifts. New clients only. Must use remaining classes within 30 days of first class. Classes transferable. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Inside SYNCStudio's cycling room students stand on stationary bicycles, moving their upper bodies in time with one another and the music in an effort to tone their cores and strengthen their legs. Meanwhile in the yoga studios, students move through poses designed to reduce stress, build strength, and burn calories. Other programs offered—including TRX-suspension classes, and circuit training—aspire to promote total-body wellness.