VIDA Fitness is opening it’s first Virginia location in early 2020, and to celebrate, we want to give your body the full makeover it deserves.
When you join VIDA Ballston during November, you’ll also receive a complementary 2-week trial to SweatBox, D.C.’s premiere strength & cardio-based workout.
This is the perfect opportunity to see why VIDA is already D.C.’s favorite gym — voted by Washingtonian, D.C. City Paper, and the Blade. VIDA Ballston will conveniently be located next to Ballston Quarter and Ballston Metro stop, and will have everything you need to maintain a healthy & balanced lifestyle. Members have already fallen in love with our incredible group fitness offerings, beautiful Pilates studios and expansive Fuel Bar — featuring delicious smoothies and snacks for your workout recovery.
VIDA Ballston will also offer:
- Individual programming to fit your goals, and hundreds of group fitness classes
- State-of-the-art fitness equipment and expansive weight room floors
- Brand new cardio equipment with the latest entertainment and technology
- Qualified Personal Trainers to work with you on achieving your goals
- Registered Dietitians to assist with keeping your diet on track
- Amazing, spacious locker rooms with a sauna and steam room
- Discounts on Bang Salon, Aura spa and hundreds of preferred partners
VIDA will also be opening up alongside SweatBox, a 55-minute class that will change the way you see fitness. Your 2-week trial will allow you to experience firsthand the benefits of the program, and burn up to 1,000 calories per class. This unique group fitness offering uses Coach-by-Color Bikes, free weights and XT Trainers to guide you through an unparalleled studio experience with flashing colorful lights, and energizing music.
All of these incredible benefits are at your fingertips, including the exclusive opportunity of a free 2-week SweatBox trial when joining VIDA in November.
Get ready to see some serious results, and crush your goals in new & innovative ways!
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