Boot camps apply military concepts to daily life, as do dance parties set to Morse code and tanks converted into school buses. Declassify your abs with today's Groupon to Excel Sport & Therapy in La Jolla. Choose between the following options:
- For $29, you get five outdoor Bootcamp 92037 classes (a $150 value).
- For $39, you get a 60-minute massage or bodywork treatment (a $95 value).
Excel’s experienced staff taps its knowledge of exercise science to help students torch calories and tone muscles during intense outdoor boot-camp classes, whereas intensive, stress-melting massages reward hardworking muscles. The studio's founder and kinesiologist Trevor Isaacs designed Bootcamp 92037 classes around his concept of Dynamic Core Stability. Classes scheduled six days a week get hearts pounding during extremely high-energy 55-minute workouts. Combining a specific series of core movements within students’ ranges of motion, the program helps produce stronger physiques without building undesirable bulk or unsightly forehead six-packs. An included multiphase nutritional program and online dietary support accentuate the effects, allowing for increases in power, improved range of motion, and decreased risk of beach-based harassment from sand-kicking hermit crabs.
Alternatively, patrons can give muscles 60 minutes of undivided attention during one of Excel’s many different massage and bodywork modalities. Sore, hardworking muscles can partake of a sports massage to reduce inflammation and prevent injury with a combination of compression, cupping, and assisted stretching. Patrons may also opt for a deep tissue session, which loosens tense muscles bound up by too much or too little physical activity through a series of assisted yoga poses. A fusion massage combines a trio of sinew-soothing massage styles with deep and light strokes drawn from the Swedish, shiatsu, and passive-joint-movement modalities.
Excel Sport & Therapy
While headed toward medical school and training for two or three sports at a time, Trevor Isaacs discovered a love for helping others tune into their bodies and unlock hidden prowess. After completing his masters and being accepted to the medical program at the University of Connecticut-Storrs, he decided he had already discovered his passion and took the plunge into business instead, opening the proverbial doors of Excel Sport & Therapy.
Today, Trevor and his fellow trainers resculpt bodies in indoor and outdoor boot camps that occur all over the San Diego area. They utilize a technique called Dynamic Core Stability to coax the body into consuming calories and engaging difficult-to-reach muscle groups. When he’s not leading students through workouts, Trevor employs his anatomical expertise for the Army and Navy, developing and updating physiology-limit standards for females on submarines. He also volunteers his time at the local high school, aiding the football program with strength training by forcing them to pick up the Navy's submarines with their minds.