Dumbbells aren't necessary to forge ripped biceps, as evidenced by the muscles Sylvester Stallone formed while throwing refrigerators at his stove. Flex your might with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $35 for one personal-training session (a $70 value)
- $49 for one month of unlimited boot-camp classes (a $209 value)
During one-hour boot-camp classes, trainers lead cross-fit inspired workouts that combine cardio, full-body metabolic resistance-training, and core exercises. In personal sessions, trainers guide solo students or small groups through similar exercises with a focus on customizing workouts to suit each client’s individual fitness goals. More information about the class and the gym's schedule are available here.
The Bootcamp Effect
At The Bootcamp Effect, the staff pride themselves on getting to know clients on a first-name basis. They pull from years of training and experience to build energetic boot-camp classes that push students of all abilities towards goals of slimmer physiques, more toned muscles, and healthier bodies overall. Amid the kettlebells, dumbbells, and medicine balls of the spacious training studio, workouts employ functional, everyday movements, body-weight exercises, and nontraditional training implements. The Bootcamp Effect also provides students with nutritional counselling, which can include healthful recipes, meal plans, and tips on how to grow your own energy-bar bushes.
100% of 25 customers recommend
“We have only been to the orientation so far and it kicked our butt! But in a good way :) Josh, the owner/founder was there himself and showed us what the bootcamp...”
“We have only been to the orientation so far and it kicked our butt! But in a good way :) Josh, the owner/founder was there himself and showed us what the bootcamp effect was all about. It was super fun with an excellent workout, cannot wait to start my 1 month!”
“Really enjoying myself! Great energy and keeps me motivated to push myself. Very happy with my purchase”
“Truly a benefitial environment for health and fitness.”