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What You'll Get
Any waking bear must shake off the hibernative coat of winter with a dedicated regimen of bicep curls and cardiovascular honeycombing. Start shedding your stored-up winter layers early with today's Groupon: for $125, you get a four-week boot camp that includes16 to 20 classes at Adapt Training in Beaverton (up to a $350 value). The fitness fanatics at Adapt provide intensive toning and training in their spacious facility. Try the women-only boot camp to firm feminine curves, or take the weight-loss challenge to spark lifestyle turnaround (includes optional Feel Good Friday sessions). Test your limits without accepting Jell-O-based dares in the the warrior camp, or learn the fine art of self-molding at the body sculpting camp. Each intensive multisession program is aimed at turning yesterday's putty into tomorrow's firm musculature or pleasant Silly Putty. Fitness opportunities present themselves left, right, and center to annihilate winter excuses and embrace defrosted circulation.
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 1, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Registration required. Not valid for Cassidy Elite, Cassidy Winter, or Essential Adapt boot camps. No cash value. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About ADAPT Training
A star offensive lineman for Stanford University, 315-pound Brian Cassidy—his team up by five touchdowns against Washington State—set up for a routine extra point. Suddenly, a player leaped across the line of scrimmage and landed on Brian’s knee, tearing both his ACL and MCL in one life-changing second. His hopes for an NFL career nearly dashed, Brian moved on to his rehabilitation, but instead he suffered one more debilitation: a herniated disc. Nearly paralyzed, Brian had a breakthrough: as a muscular-training specialist pointed out, his body wasn’t aligned properly, making his recovery nearly impossible. Brian started training with a new focus, emerging months later faster and stronger than ever before—and dedicated to a new multilevel training philosophy that he continues to develop at ADAPT Training.
There, trainers help clients recover from their injuries or simply enhance their personal fitness level by ensuring that four key structural joints—the shoulders, hips, knees, and ankles—work in balance with one another and maintain their proper alignment, thereby strengthening the durability and gas mileage of the entire body. Clients participate in everything from classes focused on physical therapy to strength-training regimens to boot camps, all personalized to meet the individual needs of each student.