Roughly 85% of New Year's resolutions never make it past the hypothetical phase, according to an unfinished study that was abandoned in early February. Follow through on your goals with today's Groupon at Synergy Health & Fitness in Arlington. Choose between two options:
- For $99, you get three 50-minute personal training sessions (a $330 value).
- For $35, you get a one-month membership, including registration fees (a $230 value).
Synergy's team of certified personal trainers educate and encourage clients with lessons culled from their combined 42 years of experience. The gym boasts equipment from such brands as StarTrac, Cybex VR3, and Octane, and the cardio machines have iPod docks to keep exercisers motivated by a steady flow of Joe Piscopo's spoken word albums. Synergy's immaculate, spa-like facilities foster a relaxed atmosphere for iron pumpers and spin cyclers of all fitness levels.
Synergy Health and Fitness
Synergy Health and Fitness doesn't rely on height and weight measurements to determine the proper workout plans for their clients––instead, they turn to a more precise science. Every client's journey toward wellness begins with the Functional Movement Screen, a three-phase clinical assessment of their current physical state and what Synergy refers to as an overall quality of movement. Based on the results, staff can place clients in predetermined or customized workout regimens. These range from supportive personal training to an intensive boot camp to arm-wrestling with a mostly agreeable masked luchador.
All team and personal-training sessions are led by a squad of eight, enthusiastic coaches, each of whom are certified by fitness institutions such as the National Academy of Sports Medicine, the National Sports and Conditioning Association, and the American Council on Exercise. To help clients delve further into fitness, Synergy operates a gallery of state-of-the-art amenities. Treadmills, ellipticals, and other cardio machines are outfitted with iPod docks to encourage rhythmic sweating, and racks of kettlebells and free-weights enable rigorous resistance workouts. Additionally, a spa-like facility contains private showers and a gallery of skin-care products.
Radnor - Fort Myer Heights
2000 N. 15th St.
Arlington, Virginia 22201Get Directions