What You'll Get
In today's workplace, sleeveless, bicep-broadcasting business suits are a common sight, and job interviews are eschewed in favor of sweat-slicked cage matches with HR. Get in shape to vault over the corporate ladder with today's family-fit Groupon: for $29, new customers get a 29-day membership to Yosemite Fitness (a $79 value plus the $39 registration fee), located at the Clovis Indoor Rock Climbing & Family Fitness Center in Clovis. This Groupon is only good for a 29-day period, and not for 29 non-consecutive visits. If Groupon buyers decide to continue their membership at the regular rate once their 29 days are up, the registration fee is waived permanently.
Yosemite Fitness causes fitness flowers to bloom from the family tree with classes and activities available for both adults and youths. Move mildewy muscles with a stint on Yosemite Fitness's strength machines, pound the elliptical without missing Lost (each cardio machine has its own LCD screen), or prepare yourself for another ostrich attack with a self-defense class. Yosemite Fitness also harnesses faux-granite and ceilinged sky to create one of the only indoor rock-climbing gyms in the area, where yodeling barbershop quartets can face off against each other in rope-secured vertical races.
Yosemite Fitness's staff of calorie-crushing and muscle-molding trainers and instructors stand ready to assist with lifts, lunges, and loss of flab. For families seeking to shed some of the pounds packed on by last month's trip to Pork Rind Ranch, or for couples just looking for a fun way to stay active during the caribou-racing off-season, today's Groupon provides a fun way to find the elusive Fitness Fairy at Yosemite Fitness.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 7, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Must activate by expiration date. Membership good for 29 days after activation. New members only. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.