What You'll Get
Staying in shape is becoming more difficult due to hectic schedules and the expanding natural habitat of the kamikaze doughnut. Burn off involuntary calories with today's Groupon: for $30, you get two 50-minute personal training sessions ($99) and 30 visits ($125) to the Wave House Athletic Club (a $224 total value).
Classes and group activities at Wave House Athletic Club cover both the terrestrial and pelagic aspects of human fitness. Divide and conquer freeloading fat cells with a solid month in a group class such as cardio kickboxing. Try Aqualogix, a low-impact aquatic resistance training that strengthens the core and improves cardiovascular function. Or diversify muscle molding by taking something different (Pilates, yoga, ab attack, spin, tai chi for seniors, flowboarding) every time you visit. You must complete all 30 visits within 60 days of the first.
To keep your steely abs from schmoozing at the water cooler with the well-formed pecs of fellow classmates, schedule appointments with one of the certified personal trainers. During the two 50-minute sessions, one of Wave House’s friendly fitsmen will give one-on-one encouragement while teaching you new moves. The trainers will work with you to modify your diet, cardio regimen, and training schedule to meet your needs.
Anybody can go to a gym, walk on a treadmill, and spend an hour trying to beat his prior record for underwater breath-holding. That doesn’t mean his fitness regimen is complete. Get today's Groupon for personal workout service and group camaraderie. With an extra boost of support and motivation, you’ll be bench-pressing your car while surfing in no time.
Yelpers give Wave House Athletic Club 4.5 stars:
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 6, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Must activate by 8/5/10. New members only or those members that have been inactive for 60 days. Must use all visits within 60 days of activation. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.