Like a new pair of sneakers or a blank check floating in the breeze, a knowledgeable trainer can help you run faster than ever before. Sprint toward fitness goals with this Groupon from The Body Firm Atlanta. Choose between the following options:
- For $25, you get 10 boot-camp classes (a $150 value).
- For $49, you get 20 boot-camp classes (a $300 value).
Classes take place at the following locations:
- Piedmont Park in Atlanta
- Gwinnett Place Mall in Duluth
- Discover Mills Mall in Lawrenceville
- Ronald Reagan Park in Lawrenceville
Dez White, founder of The Body Firm Atlanta, draws on a pro-football career and an ISSA personal-training certification to build boot-camp-style workouts for all skill levels. The former Atlanta Falcon leads 45-minute classes in local parks and shopping malls, allowing participants to admire trees and bench-press mannequins as they chase their fitness goals. Though no two sessions are identical, most pair cardio activities such as running, cycling, and aerobics with modifiable strength-training moves such as weightlifting and resistance-band exercises. In addition to torching calories, fitness-focused games and obstacle courses make classes more exciting than a tandem bike ride with Evel Knievel. To foster strong cores and flexible limbs, White peppers routines with bodyweight exercises and yoga poses.
Instead of wearing boots to camp, each participant should fashion a sporty outfit using running shoes, a yoga mat, and two 5- or 10-pound dumbbells. Consult the registration page for class dates and times. Depending on location, purchasers also receive up to half off on training for two months.
The Body Firm Atlanta
Before Dez White donned the whistle and clipboard of a fitness instructor, he was a professional football player for the Chicago Bears and the Atlanta Falcons. After years on the field, Dez added an ISSA personal-training certification to his accomplishments and founded The Body Firm Atlanta, where he builds challenging, constantly varied workouts for all skill levels. Dez and his staff of fellow trainers conduct classes in local parks and shopping malls, allowing participants to admire trees and bench-press mannequins as they pursue their fitness goals. The staff motivates its students by tracking their measurements and progress throughout the course.