Boot camp makes your muscles strong, your mind focused, and your skin taste like a pretzel. Grow increasingly appealing with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $22 for two weeks of unlimited boot-camp classes (a $139.50 value)
- $45 for one month of unlimited boot-camp classes (up to a $279 value)
Boot-camp classes call on cardio conditioning and weight training to burn fat and sculpt lean muscle, all while boosting self-esteem and decreasing stress, anxiety, and tension. In addition to unlimited classes, the one-month option includes pre- and postcamp body-fat analyses, nutritional guidance, and access to various resources, such as a monthly online fitness magazine and a 30-page nutrition packet. See the full class schedule here.
Though Total Training Boot Camp sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
Total Training Boot Camp
Total Training Boot Camp shares several key attributes with military-style training, the most obvious of which is an amped-up level of intensity. The differences, however, are just as notable. Trainers never attempt to motivate their students with harsh words and yelling, instead opting to inundate them with positive support. Students need every ounce of encouragement they can get as they struggle through workouts designed to achieve a three-pronged objective: burn fat, sculpt muscles, and improve the quality of daily life.
Each punishing boot-camp session engages the legs, abs, arms, shoulders, and internal hard drive to slenderize the body in as short a time as possible. Total Training Boot Camp's workouts challenge athletes of all levels; their scalable nature and wide appeal helped the company place as a finalist for CityVoter's Best Boot Camp in 2011. Aside from the flagship boot camps, trainers offer personal-training sessions that customize workouts to specific body types and goals.
Her workouts aren't easy but they are FUN and everyday is different so your body won't plateau!Danielle X, Citysearch, 6/22/11
The trainers are motivating (Tammy is amazing) and there's no yelling which is what most people associate boot camp with.Linda Y., Yelp, 6/20/12