F.A.S.T.E.R. Coupons and Deals
Losing weight takes conscious effort, just like remembering to blink frequently enough to keep other people from getting suspicious. Fit in with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $99 for enrollment in the eight-week Blizzard body Challenge, which includes unlimited fitness classes during the eight weeks ($349 value) $39 for 10 fitness classes ($150 value) A meeting on Saturday, January 11, 2014 kicks off the Blizzard body Challenge, covering the rules, expectations, and the contents of the program's playbook. Over the following eight weeks, participants attend as many fitness classes as they'd like while filling out the nutrition-journal portion of ...
Lose weight, get strong and develop long, lean muscles with exciting new fitness classes at FASTER! Bodiography combines principles of Pilates, yoga, and fitness training to help you improve flexibility, muscular integrity and abdominal stamina, for a low impact class that targets specific muscles and burns calories. More up-tempo Group X incorporates plyometrics, strength training, cardio and core strengthening, using circuit exercises to cover all areas of fitness, to help you get fit - FASTER!
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Limit 1 per customer, up to 10 additional as gifts • All sessions must be redeemed by same customer • May be used over multiple visits
Coach Jason DeRose challenges young athletes to take on his unique functional training and nutritional guidance to enhance their performance in any sport: • $75 ($150 value) for the Quix Summer Session 2 Training • One-hour sessions every Tuesday and Thursday from July 15 to August 17 • Grades K through 2 start at 11 a.m., grades 3 through 4 start at noon F.A.S.T.E.R.'s Website
Coach Jason DeRose of F.A.S.T.E.R. challenges young athletes to take on his unique functional training and nutritional guidance to enhance their performance in any sport: $75 ($150 value) for the Quix Summer Session Two Training One-hour sessions every Tuesday and Thursday from July 15 to August 17 Grades K through second start at 11 a.m., grades third through fourth start at noon