New York Sports Clubs Summer Games-Themed Workout Channels Team USA Athlete in All of Us --New York, Boston, Washington D.C. and Philadelphia Sports Clubs roll five Olympic events into one workout--
NEW YORK, July 26, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Want glutes like Hope Solo, arms like Sugar Ray Leonard or legs like Lolo Jones? In honor of the Summer Games, New York Sports Clubs (NYSC) is debuting a special, limited-edition of its popular UXF (Ultimate Fitness Experience) class to help gym goers get the Olympic body of their dreams.
"UXF: London Calling Edition" workout features Summer Games-staples like rowing, boxing, gymnastics, track and weightlifting blended with the high-intensity, competitive spirit in Sports Clubs' small group UXF classes. Divided into five stations, the circuit-style nature of the 50-minute class is designed to effectively target and sculpt specific coveted body parts of current and former members of Team USA. Signature moves include "The Lolo" to sculpt calves, "The Sugar Ray" to chisel arms and "The Mary Lou" for toning quads.
"With all of the excitement mounting for the 2012 Summer Games, we wanted to inspire the public to get off the couch and hit the gym for a real-life sampling of five Olympic sports in one workout," said Melissa Morin, Senior Director of Group Exercise Programming for the Sports Clubs. "The high-intensity, athletic nature of 'UXF-London Calling Edition' helps channel participants' competitive spirit and provide key moves for sculpting a Team USA-inspired physique."
The "UXF-London Calling Edition" workout will roll out in New York, Boston, Washington D.C. and Philadelphia Sports Clubs the week of July 30th. The class will be offered free of charge to both members and nonmembers into August.
For additional information on the "UXF-London Calling Edition" or UXF small group training classes, including class schedules and club locations, visit www.MySportsClubs.com.
About Town Sports International Holdings, Inc.
New York-based Town Sports International Holdings, Inc. is a leading owner and operator of fitness clubs in the Northeast and mid-Atlantic regions of the United States and, through its subsidiaries, operated 160 fitness clubs as of June 30, 2012, comprising 108 New York Sports Clubs, 25 Boston Sports Clubs, 18 Washington Sports Clubs (two of which are partly-owned), six Philadelphia Sports Clubs, and three clubs located in Switzerland. These clubs collectively served approximately 529,000 members. For more information on TSI, visit http://www.mysportsclubs.com.
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