Although inflatable muscle suits are easy to apply and double as flotation devices, natural brawn actually lifts heavy objects and doesn't deflate when given a routine allergy shot. Blow up your fitness routine with today's Groupon: for $29, you get 20 classes at Boot Camp Las Vegas (a $250 value). This Groupon is valid at the locations in Southern Highlands Somersett Hills Park, Arby and El Capitan Park, Mission Hills Park, Centennial Hills Park, Mountain View Park, The Vistas Park, and Lewis Park. This Groupon will also be available for use at the UNLV Track starting on December 12.
Boot Camp Las Vegas's handpicked trainers build confidence through camaraderie and motivation before bulking bods with an intense, outdoor-sports-inspired boot camp. Each one-hour session presents a new routine that maintains a high level of rigor and works an array of muscles, using variety to plow through traditional exercise plateaus as effectively as a military tank taking down a blanket fort. Although trainers expect each camper's utmost effort in each session, workouts adapt to an array of fitness abilities and experience levels. After participants perform heavy lifting, running, climbing, and other cardio, strength-training, and agility exercises, they may note straightened posture, boosted energy reserves, and an improved relationship with formerly estranged hot pants. Boot Camp Las Vegas's locations host sessions Monday–Friday, with both morning and evening classes available.
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Julie Johnston founded Boot Camp Las Vegas in 2005, when—after unsuccessfully trying to lose 60 pounds through a battery of exercise techniques—she considered enlisting in the military solely for the physical challenge and camaraderie. Upon reconsideration, she decided to reclaim some turf from the lazy birds in nearby parks and stage her own workouts to build the physical and mental toughness she knew she was capable of developing. Today, a team of instructors—all certified personal trainers who have completed 64 days of boot-camp training—preaches Johnston's program to exercisers of all fitness levels. To help monitor and maximize workouts, they stage weigh-ins, take measurements, perform physical-fitness tests, and dish out a nutrition packet to shed light on healthy eating.