What is Elements for Women?
Elements for Women is a chain of health clubs which, as the name suggests, caters specifically to females. Women only clubs have become very popular over the last few years, particularly ‘circuit’ types of gyms such as Curves. Elements for Women offers much more than simply fitness however – they aim to provide a more holistic approach to health and lifestyle.
There are Elements for Women locations throughout the U.S.A. and the official Elements website allows consumers to take a virtual tour of a facility. Like the clubs, the Elements site has a very clean, spa-like image and contains detailed information regarding the company, the services offered and membership benefits. There is a link to the Elements online magazine which is absolutely free to view and requires no registration.
The remainder of the site deals with the Elements philosophy and how it can benefit the mind and spirit as well as helping the user become a healthier version of themselves.
Elements for Women – Product Description
The Elements for Women clubs offer a number of different programs, for all stages of fitness. Several memberships are available including an 8-week makeover plan. The customer receives a 14-day service guarantee which requires them to use the facility for a minimum of five visits in that time. If at the end of the 14-day period they are not satisfied, they are under no obligation to sign up. Unfortunately no actual membership costs are shown on the site as they differ according to the specific location.
Services offered at Elements for Women include circuit and cardio training, group classes, one-on-one personal fitness training, yoga and pilates. Individual classes are also featured which may include a ‘boot camp’ style program or dance/fitness class. Some locations feature a sauna and offer spa services like massage therapy.
One unique feature of the Elements club is the Smartcard. The card keeps track of all the customers’ fitness data, remembers exactly what they did in their previous workout and logs the information for each new one. It is not clear however if this feature is available at every location and whether it requires an additional fee.
What are the Pros of Elements for Women?
The Elements for Women site is very professional and easy to use
The site features an FAQ section
There is free access to articles in the Elements online magazine
Some locations feature spa facilities
There are a number of different classes and workouts offered to suit a variety of customers
What are the Cons of Elements for Women?
- There is no information regarding membership fees
- The Balance Diet site requires a $99.00 lifetime membership fee
- Not all locations may feature the full range of services
- No testimonials are available on the site
Elements for Women – The Bottom Line
Providing there is a location nearby, Elements for Women would be a great alternative to a unisex gym. Not only do the clubs offer a variety of different workouts, the emphasis seems to be not just on physical fitness, but also mental and emotional health and the freedom from stress.
It is hard to judge the program fairly without knowing the membership fees, but it would be advised for anyone to at least look online at the Elements magazine, which provides great information for no cost at all.
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