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8/58 Box Road, Taren Point

Up to 74% Off on Gym at SPC Performance Lab

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Highlights

24-7 access. Limited member cap. Equipment is often available. Community vibe of people who enjoy lifting heavy things.

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February 21, 2021
Good overall gym and helpful staff

About This Deal

$19 for a four-week strength and powerlifting gym membership (total value $75.52)

Four-week trial membership providing 24-7 access to this strength and powerlifting facility located in Taren Point.

Highlights

• 24-7 access

• Complimentary parking

• Competition power-lifting equipment - combo racks, competition barbells and calibrated weight plates 

• Limited member cap so equipment is often available 

• Non-ego / non-intimidating gym environment 

• Coaching available by a strength trainer and an exercise physiologist (booking required)

• Beginners welcomed

Fine Print

Must activate by expiration date on voucher; membership expires 28 days from activation date. Appointment required, contact by phone at 0420 387 311 or email spcperformancelab@gmail.com. State Voucher and Security Code at time of booking. Present printed or smartphone Groupon on arrival. Standard fine print for all deals. Download free Groupon app for Android and iOS. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gift(s). May be repurchased every 180 days.

About SPC Performance Lab

Affiliated with Powerlifting Australia, SPC Performance Lab provides members with 24-7 access to a private strength and powerlifting facility located in Taren Point. Group training and one-on-one coaching sessions are available for all training experience levels, alongside private programs and nutrition recommendations. Equipped with barbells, squat racks, bench presses and areas to deadlift, the gym can cater to all levels of experience, from beginners who are just starting out in strength training, all the way to competitive powerlifters.