10 Fitness Deals to Bring Out the New You in the New Year

These specials around town will help you get started on the right, fit foot in 2018.
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Another lap around the sun often inspires people to work more laps into their fitness routine. Whether it’s cardio you crave, getting more reps in at the gym or some quiet time on your yoga mat, these deals around Honolulu will get you going.


24 Hour Fitness

At its seven locations on Oʻahu, 24 Hour Fitness provides members with full gyms, a group training program, personal training, a kids’ club, online workouts, and classes such as martial arts, yoga, cycling and more. New members can try three full days of membership for free. There’s also a $0 initiation fee at select clubs. (Special subject to end at any time without notice.)



The Bar Method

The Bar Method
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With locations in Mōʻiliʻili and Kailua, The Bar Method’s transformative workouts use body weight, the ballet bar and a few props to create long, lean, sculpted muscles. The goal of its classes is to help members channel their inner strength and leave feeling strong, confident and poised. New members can attend six weeks of classes for $89 by signing up before Feb. 1.



Body Balance

Body Balance has been providing the community with the means to focus, relax and prepare the mind and body to take on challenges since 1998. The studio offers classes in barre, barre fusion, cardio kickboxing, cardio Pilates, power yoga, yin yoga, total body HITT, TRX burn and total body conditioning, among others. For $99, new clients can participate in unlimited burn classes for 30 days. (Special is subject to change without notice.)



Egan’s Fit Body Bootcamp

With Egan Inoue’s unique approach—honed over decades of a championship career in fitness and martial arts—Egan’s Fit Body Bootcamp offers quick 30-minute workouts and no-dieting meal plans to teach people how to live healthier. The current special, dubbed the “Ultimate New Year’s Revolution Transformation Challenge,” is a six-week program starting on Jan. 29, designed to kick-start 2018 with fat burning, weight loss and motivational training. It’s $40 to register, $40 per week and comes with a money-back guarantee.



Honolulu Club

Honolulu Club
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More than a gym, Honolulu Club touts itself as Hawaiʻi’s premier athletic, social and business networking club. In addition to standard gym equipment, it offers a pool, spa, tennis courts, racquetball courts, a golf driving range, a bar, a restaurant, special networking events and more. Newbies receive a $100 club credit, as well as a free month of membership if they sign up by Jan. 31.




Nufitness, also known as “Kailua’s rooftop gym,” provides everything from metabolic conditioning and spin boot camp classes to barre-fusion and plyometric-based workouts. It also offers keiki fitness classes, as well as a child-watch program, if you need someone to keep an eye on the little ones while you work out. New members get their first month of unlimited class for $49. (Special is subject to change without notice.)



Planet Fitness

Planet Fitness
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With the opening of its Honolulu location last month, Planet Fitness brings a “judgement-free zone” to all 50 states. Promising a nonintimidating, welcoming and supportive environment, it offers free fitness training, including small group fitness classes, 30-minute express circuits and customized workout plans. Three types of memberships are available, with $0 to $15 startup fees through Feb. 4.



Pure Barre

Pure Barre instructors teach clients how to utilize the ballet barre to perform small isometric movements, which tone thighs, arms, abs and bottoms. The low-impact workout helps you burn calories and gain lean muscle. New clients can get a month of unlimited classes for $99. (Special is subject to change without notice.)




UFC Gym fuses the multidisciplined approach of mixed martial arts with state-of-the-art equipment, top-notch coaching and a wide variety of classes, including kickboxing, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, wrestling, yoga and more. New gymgoers can get 10 days of membership for $10. (Special is subject to change without notice.)



YMCA of Honolulu

Islandwide monthly memberships offer unlimited access to various programs, classes and amenities at all YMCA branches, including Central, Kaimukī-Waiʻalae, Kalihi, Leeward, Mililani, Nuʻuanu and Windward. Join before Feb. 1 for a $50 discount.