Modern transportation, such as automobiles and horse-drawn Segways, has lead to atrophied muscles in the majority of Americans. Today’s Groupon will mold your muscles back into shape. For $26, new students will get a three-week boot-camp session totaling six classes at BarNone Training Boot Camp (a $60 value).
BarNone boot camps are led by Wilson Thomas, a former professional football player and current ISSA-certified personal trainer. His workouts keep muscles guessing with diverse and challenging moves, so you’ll never fall into a boring, ineffective routine, like sleeping or breathing. By constantly fooling gullible muscles, you'll experience more-significant strength gains in a shorter amount of time. Classes take place at a variety of times and locations, making them easy to squeeze into any schedule.
BarNone's friendly instructors know how to customize each exercise, making it more or less demanding depending on an individual's level of fitness and competence with a spontoon. A typical workout includes stretching, running, body sculpting, isometrics, outdoor activities (weather permitting), and reenacting fitness-centric scenes from Ocean's Thirteen. Each session consists of a small group of less than 20 people, making it a supportive group setting that's small enough to ensure individual instructor attention.
Come prepared with tennis shoes, a mat/towel, water, and the ability to sweat without melting. BarNone caters to anyone trying to lose weight, inject freshness into a stale fitness routine, or gain the endurance required to run a marathon across the floor of the Atlantic Ocean.
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- BarNone training has helped me want to work out and continually push myself. – Jackie Hall, Facebook
- They give every person individual attention and offer suggestions to modify workouts when necessary based on your personal fitness level and goals. – Alicia Martin, Facebook
- Jennifer Thompson has had a phenomenal impact on transforming my physical well being and overall health. – Michelle Anderson, testimonial