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 Three Options
- $19 for 5 boot camp classes (a $50 value)
- $29 for 10 boot camp classes (a $100 value)
- $49 for 20 boot camp classes (a $200 value)
The instructors lead beginner friendly workouts six days a week. They change the area of the body that the exercises focus on each day, working legs, core, or arms and chest twice a week to help patrons transform their entire bodies. Each one-hour session begins with a warm-up and four-minute tabata exercise—a high-intensity burst of interval training—before moving on to circuit training to build muscle in the targeted area of the body. At the end of class, instructors lead students in stretches designed to specifically elongate the tissues that worked the hardest.
St. Louis Fitness Boot Camp
St. Louis Fitness Boot Camp's creator and head trainer, Johnny King, knows how hard it can be to start working out. Enormous corporate gyms seem designed to intimidate the new exerciser, and the workout genies trapped inside at-home DVDs can only offer motivation after they’ve been put in the player. That’s why he made it his mission to design an exercise program geared toward beginners, providing a low-stakes introduction to training and plenty of positive motivation.
He constructs easy-to-follow circuit training routines that alternate between working the lower body, core, and upper body, relying on the combination of exercises over time to whip bodies into peak shape. His small groups of trainees often encourage one another and help keep one other accountable to exerting their maximum effort during routines. Within the climate-controlled facility, exercisers shed sweat and pounds on spring-loaded floors that ease impact on joints. To supplement the workouts, he and the trainers provide nutritional counseling and even emotional counseling, gently reminding each student why they chose to start working out.