I paid a HUGE premium to become a Premier Member of the Boulders. I'm a young 42 and healthy. If you're looking for workout classes that will challenge you or help you burn calories, you may want to consider paying for a one day pass to go to another fitness facility. The Fitness classes at the Boulders are designed for people who don't exercise much; they certainly DO NOT have a youthful feel to them (and I love senior citizens). After the 75K membership fee, I still had to join another large fitness club 35 miles away to get the type of facility that would challenge the "young at heart" (and there are people over 50 in these classes). The gym, instructors and classes at the Boulders have an elderly feel about them...no wonder this spa doesn't attract many people under the age of 50. I've personally never once seen a personal trainer train anyone who wasn't a geriatric patient.
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