Sweat is the body’s way of letting you know that you’ve worked hard, or that you’re standing too close to a tire fire. Read the signals with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $19 for one month of unlimited group fitness classes (a $100 value)
- $35 for two months of unlimited group fitness classes (a $200 value)
- $49 for three months of unlimited group fitness classes (a $300 value)
Training coaches adapt athlete-toning exercises into workouts for clients of all fitness levels. Click here to view the class schedule.
Takeover Fitness Training
After lighting up the gridiron on Saturdays as a cornerback for the Washington State Cougars, Wale Dada pursued his dream of Sunday glory with stints in the NFL and professional clubs in Germany, Canada, and the United States. Now, he trains the next generation of fitness buffs as the owner and founder of Takeover Fitness Training. There, along with certified trainers Casey Eischen and Wesley Windham, he pairs training fundamentals with professional dedication to remake healthier lifestyles for clients of all fitness levels. Whether they're sweating through personal training sessions or stoking inner fires during group camps, clients can challenge muscles with strength training, boost endurance with cardio work, or improve balance and agility with boxing work. Training sessions even unfold outside of the gym, with beach training sessions blending intense workouts with the cool spray of the Atlantic.
100% of 19 customers recommend
“Take chalk, there is none & u will be soaked just from the 30 min warm up! Take drink... Did a 30 min warm up then 20 min AMRAP, everyone was soaked & beat! Take...”
“Take chalk, there is none & u will be soaked just from the 30 min warm up! Take drink... Did a 30 min warm up then 20 min AMRAP, everyone was soaked & beat! Take bars/gels, whatever u need to get by for pre/during/post workout fuel. Take ur speedrope”
“Great sports performance training for all levels! Friendly and attentive staff and welcoming community. ”
“Love the staff, always looked forwward to working out with them.”