We are getting to close to the holiday season. Avoid those extra pounds by freshening up your exercise routine with one of these 6 deals from Washington DC area fitness providers.
[solidcore] (DC and NOVA)
5 classes for $99 (new clients)
Try the workout that everyone has been raving about. Newcomers can take 5 classes for $99, a pretty good deal considering single classes can run up to $37 a pop. [solidcore] has 4 locations in the District and 3 in NOVA. Visit the [solidcore] website for details.
Yamasaki Academy (Maryland)
$29 for 10 martial arts classes (regular $200)
If you are a UFC fan, you probably recognize the name. BJJ Instructor Mario Yamasaki is one of the organization's referees. With this Groupon, you can choose from boxing, strength-conditioning, muay-thai, judo, MMA, or Brazilian jiu-jitsu classes at locations in North Bethesda, Columbia, and Woodbridge.
CrossFit DC (H Street)
$79 ($199 value) for ten classes
CrossFit DC was the first CrossFit affiliate in the District of Columbia. Take advantage of this offer to learn the basics in a 10 class Elements Program at the affiliate's H Street location. No experience necessary. Grab the deal at Living Social. Read more on the CrossFit DC website.
Fuse Pilates (Logan Circle and DuPont Circle)
4 classes for $40 (new clients)
Abraham Ahern of Fuse Pilates. Read Abraham's interview on ALDC.
Try 1 reformer, 1 chair, 1 mat, 1 ladder class at Fuse Pilates for just $40. In a city where Pilates classes frequently cost more than $20, this is a steal for those new to the studio. Fuse has locations near Logan Circle and DuPont Circle. Visit the Fuse Pilates website to learn more.
Reformation Fitness (Shaw)
2 classes for $19
Check out the boutique fitness studio's new digs in Shaw and take advantage of their special trial offer, 2 classes for $19. Class options include metabolic conditioning, TRX, yoga, and mat pilates. Read a metablic conditioning class review. Get the deal details on the Reformation Fitness website.
Spark Yoga (Arlington)
3 aerial yoga classes for $59 (regular $85)
From Gilt: "Decompress your spine and your mind with this practice, where students stretch and move through a hammock suspended above the ground." Not convinced? Here are 5 more reasons to try aerial yoga. It is also worth mentioning that Spark gets 4.5 out of 5 stars on Yelp. Get the deal on Gilt.
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