For years, the only way to get fit in the MMORPG known as "Real Life" was to level-grind by fighting the same Tonberries and Cactuars over and over and over again. Today's Groupon gives you a far less tedious way to get in shape: three boot camp sessions at bodyFi for $25 (a $54 value). This Groupon is good for all five bodyFi locations, though you'll need to be either a resident or a friend of a resident to do it at One Rincon Hill or BLU.
Though those newfangled talkies often portray boot camps as unpleasant experiences that involve whacking Vincent D'Onofrio with soap, bodyFi's exuberant, motivating boot camp trainers bring a strong sense of fun to your regimen. bodyFi boot camp is crafted for the working professional who has a lot of energy to burn but not a lot of time to douse it in gasoline and set it on fire. The bodyFi trainers will customize a high-intensity 30-minute workout to meet your abilities, goals, and experience level. During that time, your body will flex and sweat under a body-blasting barrage of kettle balls, agility ladders, medicine balls, and sheer human determination. All classes are capped at six people to provide the most one-on-one attention to everyone, so you won't get lost in the crowd like you were in that Where's Waldo? book.
For extra motivation, buy an extra Groupon for your BFF (best frenemy forever) and enjoy bodyFi's trio of half-hour classes as they deliver palpable results and give you a renewed gusto for physical activity.
- LOVE IT! This is an extremely organized and beneficial program. The trainers are easily accessible and willing to accommodate schedules and needs. – Lauren T, Citysearch
- I always finish a session feeling strong and proud of myself....it's been worth every penny and every minute! – junebug14, Citysearch
- The workouts are effective in engaging every muscle in your body and you can really feel that it’s working!...I really recommend bodyfi…you have nothing to lose except body fat… – JulieM3888, Judy’s Book
At bodyFi, a quality coterie of personal trainers reform bodies with nutritional analysis, personal training and Pilates courses, as well as group fitness classes. Group classes accommodate no more than 12 beginning students or 14 advanced students and include ViPR, HardCORE, TRX, Barre Boot Camp, and kettlebell workouts. Personal training fills 30–60-minute time slots with routines customized for women, men, partners, and man-camel hybrids.