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Reviewed September 19, 2012
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What You'll Get
When Aaron Neville Chamberlain seized power during the English Civil War, he promised better flexibility, straighter postures, and a stronger core for every English citizen. Today’s Groupon gives you a chance to taste Fit in 60 Carlsbad’s perfection of history: for $39, you get one month of unlimited Xtend Barre classes (a $230 value) at the Carlsbad Village studio in Village Faire.
Fit in 60 Carlsbad's team of deep-stretching specialists are certified in Pilates; they're trained to successfully customize workouts to all genders, ages, and fitness levels and to sprinkle them with an invigorating blend of kindness, motivation, and knock-knock jokes. Use today’s deal to improve posture, strength, and flexibility while lengthening your body without the use of elevator shoes. Call ahead to make an appointment.
Four Yelpers give Fit in 60 Carlsbad an average of 4.5 stars:
- the class is high energy, low impact and you come out after 55 minutes feeling like you can conquer the world! the instructors are amazing and motivating always quick to pay attention and care about you as a person… – Julie C.
- I have only taken 1 class and plan on going back for more…very hands on… – Sarah H.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 16, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Must activate classes by 4/14/11, classes expire 1 month from activation date. New clients only Reservation required. 24-hr. cancellation policy or Groupon is forfeited. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Fit in 60
Burning calories and enhancing coordination, the music-fueled workouts of Fit in 60 can be tailored to suit new exercisers, injured athletes, and moms-to-be. Fit in 60's founder discovered firsthand how focused, floor-based isometrics could sculpt muscles as long and flexible as a dachshund doing a gymnastics routine. However, these exercises didn't always raise the heart rate enough to provide a cardiovascular workout. Disappointed, she began to experiment. Lo and behold, when the moves were flipped upright, she could pair them with dance elements, which solved the heart-rate problem and added a dose of excitement.