Although body-exchange programs mean no one ever has to stay in one meat suit for long, returning yours in bad condition means you forfeit your deposit. Keep your constitution in returnable condition with today’s Groupon: for $20, you get a membership package at Your Time Fitness in Chesapeake or Yorktown (a $187 total value), which includes:
- One three-month membership (an $87 value)
- One key fob for 24/7 gym access (a $50 value)
- One personal-training session (a $50 value) <p>
Your Time Fitness shepherds its members at all hours with a gym that’s accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week. A legion of cardio-training equipment, such as treadmills, bikes, and ellipticals, offers plentiful opportunities for sweating without the hassle of hiring a personal interrogator. Knuckle down on strength-training with a stock of free weights, or circle through the gyms’ full Cybex resistance-machine circuit for an encyclopedic workout that targets every muscle group. Take your workout one step further with a personal-training session from a member of Your Time’s team of certified personal trainers. As a fitness guru ensures proper technique, exercisers can engage in a workout that’s more harmonized with their needs than a barbershop quartet employed as attentive butlers.
Your Time Fitness
At Your Time Fitness, members pump iron and fortify their heart 24 hours a day, seven days a week, with a key card that grants access any time. Cardio-training equipment, such as treadmills, bikes, and ellipticals, lets clients sweat without the hassle of hiring a personal interrogator, whereas strength-training equipment, such as free weights, adjustable benches, and squat racks, boosts muscular prowess. To take the mathematical calculations out of muscle toning, the gyms’ full Cybex resistance-machine circuit targets every muscle group without a thought, letting patrons go from one to the next for an easy, no-nonsense workout.
Bodily makeovers go even further with a session from Your Time’s team of certified personal trainers. Fitness pro Jesper Anderson stepped into the spotlight when he trained a contestant in season 3 of The Biggest Loser; the contestant lost 118 pounds and went on to become a runner-up in the competition.