Instructors teach belaying & climbing at 23 ft. wall and tailor workouts to client’s fitness, history & goals during personal training
- Expires Sep 26, 2012
- Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Personal training classes must be used within 6 weeks of activation. Personal training valid only for new customers or those who haven't had training session in past 6 months. 24hr cancellation notice or $25 fee may apply. Subject to availability. Must be 5 or older for rock-climbing option. Must be 8 or older for personal-training option. Classes are non-transferable.
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- $25 for four one-hour rock-climbing classes (a $100 value)
- $50 for six one-hour personal-training sessions (up to a $450 value)
During rock-climbing classes, instructors teach students proper belaying and climbing techniques, which they use to scale a 23-foot wall equipped with color-coded holds and seemingly infinite routes. Personal trainers assess the fitness abilities and medical history of exercisers before devising a personalized plan to fit individual goals ranging from weight loss to improved cardio function to finally catching the Road Runner.T-3 Health and Fitness
A championship wrestler by the age of 10, T-3 Health and Fitness owner Craig Marks developed a commitment to exercise early on, leading to a wrestling scholarship and national ranking as a college wrestler. Though a serious neck injury cut his wrestling career short, Craig has remained loyal to his fitness pursuits for more than 20 years, now helping others achieve their goals by designing personalized workouts based on his workout philosophy that combines muscular training, nervous-system training, cardio, and balanced nutrition.
This philosophy comes to life within T-3 Health and Fitness's facility, where Craig and his staff of trainers steer fitness seekers to heathier bodies during both private and group training sessions. The T-3 team's creative style incorporates unique props and workouts that take place on an indoor stairway to help burn calories. A 23-foot rock-climbing wall adds a vertical dimension to workouts, as well as birthday parties and corporate mixers for mountain goats.