Well-defined bodies provide their owners with subtler details for self-portraits, as well as the ability to leave distinctive footprints when climbing a volcano to paint self-portraits. Tune up your epidermal equipment with today's Groupon for the The Bod-e² Shop in Clovis. Choose between two options:
- For $60, you get five 60-minute, one-on-one personal-training sessions (a $325 value).
- For $20, you get four boot camp fitness classes, each 60 to 90 minutes long (a $40 value).
Trusted by current NFL and college athletes, the The Bod-e² Shop's skilled trainers push specimens of all fitness levels to succeed in an intense, supportive atmosphere. Boot camps mix cardiovascular training, resistance training, and sports conditioning into an all-in-one strength-building blend. One-on-one personal training kicks off with a fitness assessment to establish goals and personalize workouts. Exercisers can then dive into routines that help them maximize weight loss, improve overall health, and prepare auditions for fitter body doubles.
Five Google Mappers give the Bod-e² Shop a 4.5-star average:
The Bod-e² Shop
Art "The Shark" Correa has a history of surmounting life's challenges in pursuit of his business and fitness goals. While earning his bachelor's degree in kinesiology—thereby becoming his family's first college graduate—Art yearned to apply his knowledge toward other people's physical betterment, and gained national certification as a personal trainer. He then used his health expertise to found The Bod-e² Shop, a wellness sanctuary for all fitness levels, and has since trained such elite clients as NFL players Zack Follett and Ricky Manning, Jr.
The Bod-e2 Shop functions as an all-purpose workout zone, manned by personal trainers and instructors who run kickboxing, Zumba, and intense boot-camp classes. Private sessions with the trainers can focus on sports-performance or toning goals, providing encouragement with motivating words rather than drill sergeant mantras or shyly suggestive fireworks displays. The gym's roster of advanced equipment has been highlighted on KMPH's Valley Life, and includes core-tightening air benches alongside Jacob's Ladder, a machine whose cycling rungs simulate climbing.