One Month of In-Home Personal Training for One or Two from Project Fitness LLC (Up to 77% Off)

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In a Nutshell

In-home personal trainers help clients build muscle and burn fat with suspension workouts, kettlebells, boxing, and core training

The Fine Print

Expires 90 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant's standard cancellation policy applies (any fees not to exceed Groupon price). Must be 18 or older. Must sign waiver. Appointment only. Must set appointment within 90 days from purchase. Can add up to 2 more friends for $30 a person. Valid only within 25 miles of area code 07058; valid in New Jersey only. Includes 4 sessions. Must provide enough training space to accommodate all clients. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$59 for one month of in-home personal training (4 sessions) (up to $260 value), including:

  • Boxing Gloves
  • Kettle bells (5lbs-40lbs)
  • Dumb bells (5lbs-40lbs)
  • Bands
  • TRX
  • Body bar
  • Bosu Ball
  • Circuit Training
  • Book Camp Training
  • Core Training <p>

$89 for 1 month of in home personal training for you & friend (up to $356 value), including:

  • Boxing Gloves
  • Kettle bells (5lbs-40lbs)
  • Dumb bells (5lbs-40lbs)
  • Bands
  • TRX
  • Body Bars
  • Bosu Ball
  • Circuit Training
  • Boot Camp Training
  • Core Training
  • Four sessions<p>

Calories: The Original Renewable Energy

The key to any workout regimen is burning calories. Discover how that happens with Groupon’s exploration of the body’s inner furnace.

In all of weight loss, there may be no concept less aptly named than the calorie. That’s because a calorie is a unit of scientific measure—specifically, a measure of the energy needed to raise the temperature of 1 gram of water by 1 degree Celsius. Though the calorie unit we associate with food actually refers to kilo calories—meaning when we say, “2,000 calories a day,” we actually mean 2,000,000. And if the number of calories we ingest is bad news, the upside is that we are burning them all the time.

A certain amount of calories—about 60–75 percent of the calories you burn each day—are needed to sustain the body’s unconscious functions, such as breathing and circulation. Known as basal metabolic rate, the specific percentage depends on factors such as size and body composition, gender, and age (typically, as people get older, fat makes up a larger portion of body weight, causing calories to burn more slowly). Digestion makes up about another 10 percent of the calories burned, leaving physical activity to account for the rest.

During exercise, the muscles contract, causing the body’s adenosine triphosphate (ATP) molecules to break down as the heart continues to pump faster and faster—increasing the body’s demand for more energy. Once the muscles have depleted the day’s caloric intake, they turn to other calorie sources to fuel the fire—making weight loss possible as the body begins to sacrifice fat cells to the god of the treadmill.


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