Posted January 9, 2013 by Caitlin Clark in Fitness

Dallas Deals for Keeping Those New Year’s Resolutions


hether your resolutions are big (losing 15 pounds) or small like mine (getting my hair cut), once the initial wave of New Year’s optimism passes, it’s easy to fall back into the same old routines. Or in my case, the same old ponytail.

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Working out, eating healthy, and generally bettering yourself can be accomplished the same way many things are: paying for it and then feeling required to do it. If I buy $10 for 10 days at a yoga studio, you better believe I’m going to be there every single day. So here are some of the best Dallas deals from sites like Groupon, LivingSocial, Gilt City, and more. Money can’t buy happiness, but it can buy a six-week weight loss program.

  • $35 for 3 Classes at exhale spa (normally $75)

If that seems steep, than you’ve never been to exhale. Connected to the Hotel Palomar on Mockingbird, a trip to this amazing mind body spa is not one to be forgotten. Pick from Core Fusion or yoga. If you’re torn between the two, read how Core Fusion kicked my butt in the best way possible. (head to

  • $12 for One Session or $35 for 3 Sessions from Ultimate Pilates (one session normally $30)

You may have done Pilates before, but you’ve probably never done it like this. Ultimate Pilates uses a machine called the Megaformer Black Edition created by celebrity trainer Sebastien Lagree. I have no idea what the machine does or looks like, but it sounds legit. (go to

  • $28 for a Haircut at Lure Salon (normally $55)

Oh look, a haircut. (go to

  • $29 for 5 Kettlebell-Fitness Classes at Crucible Krav Maga (normally $75)

It’s all fun and games until someone makes you workout with a kettlebell. (go to

  • Diet by Design

There are multiple offers here (it’s a diet, by design) so you can follow the link to peruse. The one that interests me most is the skinny shots. I would love to know if these actually work. $55 for 12. (go to

  • $50 for $100 Worth of Fitness Gear at Lolë

One of the best ways to motivate yourself to go to the gym is a brand new workout top. And these aren’t just any workout tops, according to Gilt City, Lolë is one of Gwyneth Paltrow’s favorite fitness brands. Sold. (go to

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Caitlin Clark is contributing author and Social Media Director for YouPlusMedia, focusing primarily on Style, Uptown, and Arts and Entertainment.