Flipping a tire end over end is both a common boot-camp exercise and a gross misunderstanding of what the wheel was meant to do. Rethink conventions with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $55 for four weeks of unlimited boot-camp classes (a $605 value)
- $79 for six weeks of unlimited boot-camp classes (a $1,165 value)
During one-hour boot-camp classes, certified personal trainers lead students through high-intensity routines comprising cardio and resistance- and core-training exercises. Creative workouts range from Pilates to hiking, varying each day to ensure muscle confusion and prevent fitness plateaus. Instructors tailor workouts to accommodate each student’s fitness abilities and restrictive concerns, such as injuries. In addition to leading classes, they provide students with individual meal plans, hold weekly weigh-ins, give out homework assignments, and conduct self-improvement seminars. Classes are held six days a week and meet in the morning and evening at local parks. Students must provide their own dumbbells, mat or towel, and water bottle.
Mean Green Boot Camp
Chris Green's passion for basketball has led him from the courts of his high school to the major arenas where he played with the ABA West All-Star Team. Though he was bestowed with many awards and accomplishments throughout his career, Green realized that his life's calling was not with basketball, but with helping people improve their lives through fitness. Eager to use his athletic talents to make a difference, he graduated with a degree in kinesiology and became certified in personal training through the International Sports and Science Association.
Today, Green combines the athletic prowess he cultivated on the basketball court with a positive, yet intense style of training during six-week boot camp programs, personal training sessions, and motivational coaching sessions. Dedicated to propelling students towards their fitness goals—whether those goals include losing weight, toning muscle, or squeezing into child-sized giraffe costumes—he supplements training sessions with regular motivational videos. Green also conducts regular self-improvement seminars on nutrition and body image.