Boot camps are a quick way to get in shape for upcoming marathons or adrenaline-pumping prison escapes. Jump the fence with today's Groupon: for $39, you get 30 days of boot camp at Access Boot Camp (a $189 value). This Groupon is valid for redemption at Access Boot Camp's Vancouver locations at George Wainborn Park on Beach Crescent, Kitsilano Beach Park on Whyte Avenue, Holland Park on Old Yale Road in Surrey, and Larson Elementary on Larson Road in North Vancouver.
Access Boot Camp offers one-hour sweat sessions for all body types and fitness levels throughout the week, with classes starting every weekday at 6 a.m., 7 a.m., 5 p.m., and 6 p.m. During a 30-day membership, you can drop in on Access Boot Camp's fitness classes whenever you want, letting the camp's extensively trained trainers push and positively inspire you towards a state of unparallelled svelteness and antiflabbery. The camp is founded on the principle of "muscle confusion"—during the aggressive guessing game, the camp's drill sergeants will use your instinctual distrust of routine to their advantage. They’ll keep your muscles guessing with new and challenging moves during each session, so you’ll never fall into a boring, ineffective routine, such as regular teeth brushing. Manageable class sizes offer optimal personal attention for clients as they look to shed a few extra pounds while gaining the social weight of new friends.
Participants are advised to bring their own yoga mat and 5 pound dumbbells.
Access Boot Camp provides testimonials from satisfied exercisers on its website:
- Access bootcamp [sic] got me into the best shape I've been in since my twentys [sic]. The instructors are so great, making sure everyone is doing the exercises correctly, it's like having a personal trainer! – Laura C.
- Zach showed me how to work and tone every muscle group in my body. All in such a beautiful outdoor setting. ACCESS is worth every penny and then some. "I feel fantastic!" – Ashley B.
Access Boot Camp
In parks throughout the United States and Vancouver, Access Boot Camp's certified personal trainers continually perplex muscles with a new 60-minute routine each class. The drills blend resistance exercises with cardio routines such as running, calisthenics, and sparring against defibrillators, striving to shed fat and toughen physiques. Clients might wrestle against resistance bands, hoist small dumbbells, or partner up for bodyweight moves. In addition to holding personal-trainer certifications, every boot camp instructor has undergone Access's specialized, and because classes are capped at 20 students per trainer, attendees get plenty of face time and individualized tips. Friendly faux drill sergeants lead the alfresco workouts rain or shine, and only cancel classes during plagues of spandex-devouring locusts.