Four, Six, or Eight Weeks of Warrior Fit Boot Camp at The Cardio Grind (Up to 85% Off)

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In a Nutshell

Classes meet twice per week for ever-changing cardio and weight training routines designed to shed fat and tone physiques

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Expiration varies. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Must sign waiver. Classes must be used by same person. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Going to a boot camp can make you feel like a hardened warrior or just someone who gets pleasure out of the sound of yelling. Feel stronger with this Groupon.

Choose from Three Options

  • $29 for four weeks of Warrior Fit boot-camp classes (a $120 value)
  • $42 for six weeks of Warrior Fit boot-camp classes (a $240 value)
  • $54 for eight weeks of Warrior Fit boot-camp classes (a $360 value)

Held twice per week, each Warrior Fit boot-camp class challenges exercisers with a variety of high-intensity cardio sequences, complemented by weight-training routines that use both the high weight, low repetition and low weight, high repetition techniques. Instructors also dispel nutritional information and tips for best weight-loss results.

The Cardio Grind

Flashback to the 1990s, and there’s a good chance of finding one of two items in nearly any household: a Furby and a Billy Blanks Tae Bo tape. While the talking pet’s popularity may have diminished before the new millennium, Tae Bo still holds a predominant market in the fitness world. Inside group-fitness mecca The Cardio Grind, Kanika Brock—once an apprentice of Billy Blanks—pumps up heart rates with the fast-paced martial-arts-inspired cardio workout. And she’s not the only Tae Bo expert calling the kicks and punches; the founding father himself stops in on the occasional Sunday to lead classes and demonstrate how he can open a pickle jar with his fist.

Of course, uppercuts and jabs aren’t for everyone, so The Cardio Grind offers a few other group classes, including Zumba—led by native Cuban Danny—and Barre Control—which evokes raw athleticism with challenging ballet-inspired moves—taught by Michelle. Perhaps the most unique instructor is Maxi B. When she isn’t cooking healthful meals as a professional chef, the Workout Naughty Style enthusiast is showing pupils how to combine classic jazz with sultry burlesque and tactics for sneaking in past curfew.

Its All U Fitness

Flashback to the 1990s, and there’s a good chance of finding one of two items in nearly any household: a Furby and a Billy Blanks Tae Bo tape. While the talking pet’s popularity may have diminished before the new millennium, Tae Bo still holds a predominant market in the fitness world. Inside group-fitness mecca Its All U Fitness, Kanika Brock—once an apprentice of Billy Blanks—pumps up heart rates with the fast-paced martial-arts-inspired cardio workout. And she’s not the only Tae Bo expert calling the kicks and punches; the founding father himself stops in on the occasional Sunday to lead classes and demonstrate how he can open a pickle jar with his fist.

Of course, uppercuts and jabs aren’t for everyone, so Its All U offers a few other group classes, including Zumba—led by native Cuban Danny—and Barre Control—which evokes raw athleticism with challenging ballet-inspired moves—taught by Michelle. Perhaps the most unique instructor is Maxi B. When she isn’t cooking healthful meals as a professional chef, the Workout Naughty Style enthusiast is showing pupils how to combine classic jazz with sultry burlesque and tactics for sneaking in past curfew.

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