Sweat is your body’s way of cooling off, indicating that an exercise has really burned calories or that you left your stomach oven on. Ignite your inner fires with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $79 for two months unlimited classes for kids aged 6–9 (a $359.98 value)
- 79 for two months of unlimited Adult Reduced Pace classes (a $279.98 value); these classes cater to beginners and seniors
- $79 for two months of unlimited Adults All Levels classes (a $279.98 value)
Adults convene in semiprivate groups of approximately 10 students for 50-minute cross-training bouts. Nationally certified trainers with degrees in sports science use modern implements such as kettlebells and TRX suspension gear, as well as three-dimensional core training. Exact exercises vary from day to day, but the trainer’s expertise ensures that all categories of fitness are addressed in each session.
The kids’ training program aids athletes in reaching their full potential in the sport of their choice, beginning at age 6 with a fundamentals program. All classes use cross-training techniques designed to develop a youngster's body without damaging their developing muscles, hurting their self esteem, or offending their teddy-bear trainer.
Velocity Sports Performance
Coach Loren Seagrave taught Olympic athletes to run faster and first-round NFL draft picks to tackle stronger. His coaching technique, centered on improving speed, power, and agility, improved the careers of more than 50 professional athletes. As impressive as that number was, he wanted to reach even more students, and so, in 1999, he founded Velocity Sports Performance in Atlanta to reach out to student athletes. The enduring popularity of Coach Seagrave's methodologies grew from that single center into a nationally recognized franchise with over 60 training facilities throughout the continent, all dedicated to helping athletes reach tangible results.
Now, both adults and youngsters shatter personal records daily as they blaze down the long, Olympic–style tracks at the Tinley Park location's indoor facility. Spotted and encouraged by former college athletes turned trainers, students grunt through speed, power, and core drills in the strength-training area. Additionally, the staff deliberately sets up small classes that seldom exceed 10 participants, which enables them to keep an eye on each student and free weights that might bolt for the door.