Exercising is an easier way to get the body you want than staging a clone-laboratory heist or bequeathing your voice to a tentacled sea witch. Trade up with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $19 for one month of unlimited boot-camp classes (a $69.99 value)
- $35 for two months of unlimited boot-camp classes (a $139.98 value)
Seasoned instructors lead 40- to 45-minute boot-camp sessions Monday–Friday, 15 times a day. The challenging workouts change daily, often incorporating battling ropes, kettlebells, and partner drills in addition to time-tested calisthenics and agility maneuvers.
Heaven and Hell Bootcamp
Anchored by owner and certified personal trainer Damon Burrell, Heaven and Hell Bootcamp's staff of workout wonks help clients conquer fitness goals in group boot-camp classes and private training sessions. With a regimen of 15 boot-camp classes lasting 40–45 minutes and held every weekday—as well as three Saturday morning sessions—Heaven and Hell keeps chests heaving, heart rates thumping, and sequined leotards shimmering at a rate that suits almost any schedule. The high-octane group workouts change each day, but typically feature agility training, calisthenics, cardio exercise, and core strengthening achieved by hoisting dumbbells, jumping rope, and stealing medicine balls from the nests of predatory birds of flight. For more individualized attention, the gym plumbs the murky depths of clients' fitness capacities to craft custom training regimens for use in private personal-training sessions.
“Expect to really workout and feel the pain afterwards. Try to attend different class times and go a couple of days in a row. This will allow you to experience...”
“Expect to really workout and feel the pain afterwards. Try to attend different class times and go a couple of days in a row. This will allow you to experience different training methods as well as trainers. Overall this has been a good experience and I would consider giving Heaven and Hell Bootcamp as a gift. :-)”
“Worth any penny. Wow ”
“Come dressed. There's no locker room.”
1617 Ogden Ave.
Lisle, Illinois 60532Get Directions