Unlike summer camps, boot camps won't require you to put on a fundraising talent show to stop a nefarious computer company from turning Lake Cowabunga into its new industrial-waste depository. Team up to fight unfitness with today's deal: for $40, you get six weeks of unlimited boot-camp classes at Aim to be Fit Women's Boot Camps (a $199 value). Classes meet for 30 minutes early in the morning and are held at three convenient locations: Shoreline, Edmonds, and Everett. Among the three locations, there is at least one session held daily from Monday through Saturday. Mention Groupon when calling to register for your first class.
With 13 years of exercise experience beneath his belt, Aim to be Fit founder Mark Haner decided to start a boot camp that would let him apply his guidance skills to multiple sets of muscles. Today's deal provides unlimited access to his intense group-training sessions, which change frequently and last only 30 minutes, ensuring that students won't get bored or take natural wonders like muscle memory for granted. During classes, you'll be treated to some of Mark's fine-tuned recipes of interval training exercises, balancing heart-pumping workouts with fist-pumping musical beats. To round out your fitness platter, Aim to be Fit's curriculum also includes interjections of nutritional guidance, like a motivational speaker who occasionally hands out high-fives.
Because Aim to be Fit's boot camp is open to women only, you won't need to worry about analyzing the male gaze for a doctoral thesis or being asked to take dictation. Wear your perspiration proudly on the underside of your sleeve as you take your body to its buffing limits in a supportive, non-judgmental environment. Boot campers also receive take-home custom programs and soundtracks in case they miss a workout or are in need of some additional help to look like The Incredible She-Hulk by Halloween.
This Groupon is valid for new clients only. Though the $199 value of this deal is typically commensurate with the boot camps' three-classes-per-week monthly rate, Groupon customers receive a total of six weeks of unlimited classes.
Dify Fitness’s founder and head trainer Mark Haner likes to joke around, talk, sing praises of his hometown, and above all, assist kids and adults on the journey toward long-term wellness. For more than 11 years, Mark coached local teens on high-school basketball and track teams, eventually extending his fitness expertise to adults via private-training sessions, boot camps, and instructional online fitness videos. Defying the stereotypical behaviors associated with hardhearted drill-sergeant trainers, Mark’s good-natured teaching methods include constant encouragement and nutritional support, and never yelling or laughing at a toupee knocked askew during jump-rope warm-ups.