Exercising with friends allows you to morally support each other, and, when the time comes, to have the collective muscle to beat up an asteroid headed for Earth. Get strength in numbers with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $19 for 12 boot-camp classes (a $179 value)
- $39 for six weeks of boot-camp classes (a $269 value)
- $69 for a two-week nutrition program (a $276 total value)
- $99 for six weeks of boot-camp classes and a two-week nutrition program (a $545 total value)
US Army– and Air Force–certified trainer Justin Fassio leads a schedule of 60- to 75-minute boot camps, where groups take advantage of varied natural and manmade structures to bolster functional workouts. The nutrition program includes a complete fitness and nutrition assessment (a $129 value) along with two weeks of menu planning and grocery lists.
San Diego Core Fitness
Justin Fassio earned his personal-training certification during his time in the military, when his passion for exercise landed him the chance to lead a physical training program for an Air Force–operations group. Once his time in the force was up, he didn't leave his love of fitness back at base—he brought it home with him. Today, he leads outdoor fitness programs for all citizens.
Nutritionist Rachel Bowman has a background in Clinical and Holistic Nutrition, offering a wide acumen of current nutritional research. Her career now emphasizes weight management in all walks of life, ranging from digestive health to healthy eating while traveling. Her sports enthusiasm has also forged professional relationships with athletes and key athletic trainers.
The partnership of the two is ideal at San Diego Core Fitness, where staffers emphasize that fitness and nutrition always work hand-in-hand. The varied boot-camp workouts fuse fun and motivation with functional training techniques designed to help build up neglected core muscles and regain muscular balance. Personal-training sessions are supplemented with nutritional advice and lifestyle counseling, and keeps semiprivate training sessions small so that each participant can receive individual attention. During outdoor boot camps, groups make use of whatever the locations offer as equipment—depending on the scenery, they wade through deep beach sand, run up open-air stairs, and bench-press park benches.