14- or 28-Day Boot Camp from Best Body Bootcamp (Up to 84% Off)
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In a Nutshell
Cardio, strength training, and core work blend for a challenging and fun indoor session that blasts fat and boosts energy
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 12, 2013. Amount paid never expires.Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid until 10/17/12. Must sign Waiver. Not valid if used services in past 30 days. Reservation required. Must redeem all classes at same location. Classes must be used by the same person.Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
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Choose Between Two Options
$35 for a 14-day Fat Furnace boot camp with nutritional counseling (a $173.50 value)
$49 for a 28-day Belly Blast boot camp with nutritional counseling (a $297 value)
During each challenging indoor session, participants focus on specific major muscle groups while learning new strength-training and cardio moves that change with each class. The one-hour classes run twice a week in the evenings and three times a week in the mornings.
Best Body Bootcamp
Best Body Bootcamp cofounder Roger Nahas knows what it’s like to be unhappy with his body. After feeling self-conscious and struggling with his weight for years, he dedicated himself to getting in shape and overhauling his eating habits, eventually becoming a personal trainer alongside his wife and Best Body Bootcamp cofounder, Daniela Nahas. The duo, tired of the monotonous gym scene and its back-talking treadmills, created Best Body Bootcamp as a way to motivate others to transform their bodies and boost their health. During dynamic workouts, the cofounders and their crew of trainers inspire participants with ever-changing routines that mimic functional movements, such as squats, sprints, and frenetic jazz hands, helping them increase their metabolisms, set fire to calories, and perform everyday tasks with more power.