The final modality that I tested at CERULEAN was bicycling in their High Altitude training room. While I may have let myself get out of my regular gym routine with the stress of college finals approaching, I still try to stay in pretty good shape. However, cycling in this room designed to simulate a mile-high altitude, was really difficult. I quickly found myself out of breath even after just a short session. I can imagine that training in this environment regularly would cause some major stamina improvements. Now, I really experienced firsthand why Olympians and professional sports teams usually train at high altitudes.
Although I didn’t notice much change in my quality of sleep that night or have any pains or injuries that I was hoping to improve at CERULEAN, I did leave the facility feeling refreshed and with a burst of energy for the rest of my day. I definitely think that CERULEAN would be beneficial for those who have some kind of pain, are looking for improvements in their overall health, or want to enhance their athletic training. By going to several sessions of the modality that will meet one’s individual needs or desired results, I think CERULEAN is a great option for a lot of people.
Overall, I thought CERULEAN Progressive Athletic Training and Wellness was a really amazing concept for a wellness center, and it definitely has a uniqueness factor being the only facility of its kind in the country. Memberships can be purchased by session for each modality, or in several different types of packages. Single modality pricing starts as low as $30-plus, and packages start around $150-plus. Additionally, all members get a wristband that tracks their progress through the sessions, and access to their cardio gym.
For more information on CERULEAN, visit http://www.livecerulean.com.