Professional trainers push people to do more, whether it's doing one more set of bench presses or eating one more box of protein bars. Go the extra mile with this Groupon.
$49 for a Four-Week Women's Fitness Boot Camp and 30-Day Meal Plan ($159 Value)
Nationally certified female trainers help clients lose inches and torch calories during one-hour boot-camp classes that never use the same workout twice. Nutritionists supplement the classes with a 30-day meal plan that includes family-friendly recipes and printable grocery lists. Classes take place in the early morning, mid-morning, and evening three times per week, and clients also get 24/7 access to a trainer for motivational purposes.
Texas Fit Chicks Boot Camp
After shedding the extra pounds that came along with hypothyroidism and three pregnancies, Melody Chandler founded Texas Fit Chicks Boot Camp to share her weight-loss strategies and support with other women. Her all-female staff of certified personal trainers helps exercisers of all fitness levels shape their bodies during group fitness classes. In an effort to challenge muscle memory, the team shakes up workout regimens by using different techniques and equipment—including kettlebells, resistance bands, and lead sweatpants—each day. Melody’s team also helps exercisers retain their results by supplying nutrition support with meal plans and recipes that use healthy ingredients.
“Amazing trainer(s)!!!! :))) must try out! ”
“This is a great class. Marissa is a wonderful trainer. This is not a "hardcore" class but you will get a superb workout, feel good, and meet some great ladies. ”
“I loved the trainer and the atmosphere. She helped everyone from disabilities to individuals who were clearly physically fit. Everyone was challenged and felt...”
“I loved the trainer and the atmosphere. She helped everyone from disabilities to individuals who were clearly physically fit. Everyone was challenged and felt satisfied by the end of the workout. We all pushed each other to finish strong. I liked how when the work-out got tougher, you could look over and see everyone struggling but pushing through. The camp makes it hard to quit and give up. ”