Boot camp is supposed to be a little tough, like the part of the SATs where they ask for your birth weight. Rise to the challenge with this Groupon.
$99 for a live three-hour motivational boot camp and fitness package with Cowboy Ryan (a $1,997 value). Choose from the following dates and times:
- Friday, October 4 from 5 p.m.–8 p.m.
- Saturday, October 5 from 9 a.m.–12 p.m.
- Saturday, October 5 from 2 p.m.–5 p.m.
- Sunday, October 6 from 1 p.m.–3 p.m.
During these high-energy boot camps, wellness expert Ryan "Cowboy" Ehmann, as seen on ABC's Shark Tank, teaches participants how to get buff the Wild West way. The three-hour meetings are divided into two parts; participants spend one hour learning Cowboy Ryan's signature Lose 12 Inches workouts and pass two more internalizing his upbeat motivational coaching. In addition to learning lessons on heart-monitoring, metabolism, and diet, participants also walk away with educational materials in the form of videos, e-books, and teleconference coaching. Click here for a full list of seminar components.
Lose 12 Inches
Ryan "Cowboy" Ehmann, who recently pitched his unique story to the industry mavens of ABC's Shark Tank, thought he'd never ride a horse again. A horrendous rodeo accident left his jaw shattered, his checkbook empty, and his body bereft of muscle tone. But the naysayers who counted him out didn't know about Ryan's secret weapons: pure grit and absolute determination. Soon, through a combination of will, nutrition, and intense workouts, Ryan got into in the best shape of his life. This redemption story found its happy ending at the place where life looked the darkest—the rodeo ring. There, Ryan capped off his extraordinary comeback in the best way possible, snatching a national television title and a place in the bronco-busting history books.
Now, Cowboy Ryan shares the system that changed his life with others looking to kickstart their own fitness renaissances. Pairing his signature Cowboy Woo Hoo and Rodeo Abs workouts with upbeat motivational coaching, he helps his clients shed inches quickly and keep them from slinking back inside of Trojan donuts. His 10-year career as a fitness guru has attracted the attention of investor Daymond John, founder of FUBU and reality TV star on ABC's Shark Tank.