Losing weight can make you feel like yourself at last, unlike entering witness protection, which always makes you “Darby Hatbox.” Show off the new you with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$29 for a 10-session weight-loss-challenge-and-nutrition package (a $150 value)
- 10 weight-loss-challenge-and-nutrition classes, which meet once a week
- One-on-one meetings with a personal wellness coach once a week<p>
$39 for a 20-session Fuzion Bootcamp package (a $300 value). This option is only valid at the Eastern Avenue and Vaughan locations.
- 10 bootcamp sessions, which meet twice a week
- 10 weight-loss-challenge-and-nutrition classes, which meet twice a week immediately following bootcamp
- One-on-one meetings with a personal wellness coach every two weeks<p>
During weight-loss-challenge-and-nutrition classes, the instructors teach participants how to slim down even if they aren’t able to regularly hit the gym. Topics range from how to read nutrition labels to the difference between good and bad carbs. Personal wellness coaches set up one-on-one appointments to gather information such as body-mass index, resting metabolic rate, and internal “body age.” During follow-up appointments, they track progress, answer questions, and provide motivating accountability.<p>
The 20-session option also includes the Fuzion Bootcamp, which fuses challenging workouts with nutrition and weight-loss sessions. The instructors ensure everyone is working out at their own level as they combine strength training, cardio, yoga, and aerobic exercises. They mix up the exercises to keep it fun, but on any given night, campers may perform partnered sit-ups, pass medicine balls in a circle, or practice yoga exercises. After classes, participants enjoy energizing smoothies at the shake bar or bond with fellow group members.
Biggest Loser Bootcamp
The team at Biggest Loser Bootcamp taps into a variety of techniques to help their clients drop pounds and get healthy. Whether they’re encouraging competitive spirits by offering prizes, fostering camaraderie during Fuzion Bootcamps, enlightening minds during nutrition classes, or keeping them accountable during one-on-one coaching, the purpose remains the same: to achieve fitness goals.
Franchise owner JT Trimper says that the programs attract everyone from “very fit” exercise lovers to people who need to get in shape—and they range from 18 to more than 70 years old. She says that the Fuzion Bootcamp program, for instance, can even help those who hate working out lose the pounds they need to. “We do have a large part of the population that doesn’t want to exercise,” she admits. Rather than surreptitiously super gluing dumbbells to their palms while they’re sleeping, she and her staff help these clients focus on their nutrition as a pathway to health, exemplifying the franchise’s client-focused philosophy.
47% of 49 customers recommend
“Great experience so far. Keep up the good work.”
“Everyone is very friendly and helpful. So far, i have really enjoyed my time there, and I will most likely sign up again.”