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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 is legal with today's Groupon: for $15, you get a 10-point pack of group classes and training at Temple Fitness, a $59 value. This Groupon is not valid for boot camps, specialty classes, or personal-training sessions. All 10 points must be used within 45 days of your first class at the friendly Franklin facility.
Temple Fitness offers group classes (considered one point per class) and training (considered two points per class) designed to stimulate and inspire the body as well as its nougat-filled emotional center, the soul. With 10 points to use, aspiring acrobats can spar with gravity in a TRX Suspension Training session (two points), a form of resistance training that employs suspended straps to build core strength and improve flexibility. The Kettlebell and Battling Ropes session (two points) offers a sweat-rousing workout using cast-iron kettlebells and weighted ropes to sculpt gelatinous armflesh into powerful, Nautilus-crushing mantentacles. Multiple Zumba classes (one point) school zumbarinas in Latin dance moves while incinerating calories and toning indolent muscular systems. Check the current Temple Fitness schedule for more information on group class and training offerings.
This Groupon is valid for new customers only, and scheduling for classes is based on availability.
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 11, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. New customers only. Not valid for bootcamp, specialty classes, or personal training. Must take all classes within 45 days of first class. Registration required. Scheduling subject to availability. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Temple Fitness
“This is not a gym,” Kelly Barbera told Southern Exposure Magazine in 2010. “This is a boutique-style studio where everybody knows everybody.” Kelly, a former acrobat, and her husband, Joey—a former wrestler and magician who, with the help of his twin brother, performed a successful disappearing act in Las Vegas—run Temple Fitness. In their cozy orange-and-highlighter-green space bedecked with inspirational quotes, the two line the walls with everything comprehensive fitness programs need, from kettlebells to a room dedicated to TRX equipment. The studio wears many hats, with the two designing an assorted handful of fitness and health modalities: Ladies Temple Fit Camp, personal training, CrossTrain, men's strength camp, nutritional planning, and the annual Lift for Lily event to fight childhood cancer.
Together, they push exercisers through routines characterized by an abundance of positive feedback and motivation, a hallmark of their gym. Periodically, the two open the facility to host Able Youth nonprofit boot camp for kids confined to wheelchairs.