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What You'll Get
It takes a big person to admit a mistake, but it takes an even bigger person to cover their mistakes by hurling kettlebells at the security cameras. Cover your tracks with today's Groupon: for $33, you get 12 bootcamp classes at 123 Fit Sacramento (a $159 value).
123 Fit's BtF (Burn the Fat, Bring the Fun) Bootcamp classes mix the benefits of strength and endurance training with the support and motivation of a small group setting. Class sizes are typically limited to eight students to ensure individualized attention and even teams for guerrilla-style square dancing. Spurred on by your professional fitness guru, you'll receive a crash course in a range of non-traditional training methods designed to keep your body surprised–maximizing its fat-burning potential and keeping it from leaving you for a more spontaneous head. Exercises also assist in increasing core strength, endurance, and flexibility. Routines are tailored to match each student's abilities and identify areas of improvement.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 3, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2/person, may buy 2 add'l as gifts. Reservation req'd. Must activate membership by 2/2/12, expires 30 days from activation. Cancel. policy applies. Must be 18+ and sign waiver. Not valid w/other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Get Fit Sacramento
Like any good personal trainer, Get Fit Sacramento's staffers relentlessly pursue their clients’ fitness goals, but they don’t limit themselves to one-on-one sessions to do it. Instead, they supplement individual training with group fitness classes, Zumba, and R.I.P.P.E.D. workshops, all held within their fully equipped facility. They toss in even more benefits for members that work outside the gym, such as supplying an e-cookbook full of healthy recipes or teaching pet dogs to say “Feel the burn!” Inside the facility, students whip around jump ropes, use BOSU balls to deepen pushups, and grunt in time with the clangs of weight-training machines. Slate gray equipment punctuates the expanses of teal blue walls along with motivational posters picturing sweating, smiling exercisers being chased by a sleuth of bears.