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What You'll Get
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 $34, you get a month-long indoor and outdoor boot camp at Heart In Sol in Greensboro (a $179 value).
During Heart In Sol’s coed boot camps, intimate, seminar-size groups meet three times a week with nationally certified fitness experts. During 45-minute morning or evening sessions, classes can commune with nature when weather permits or retreat to indoor facilities during rainstorms or swarms of locusts. Classes, held either at the studio or St. Timothy’s United Methodist Church, incorporate diverse modalities such as plyometrics, yoga, and martial-arts training to tone frames without luring muscles into boredom. People of all ages and fitness levels inspire each other to fight fatigue during community-building classes, and supplementary nutrition seminars prevent budding bodybuilders from undermining their gains by falling prey to unhealthy diets of cement sandwiches.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 25, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Must activate classes by 7/25/12, classes expire 4 weeks from activation date. Registration required. New members only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Heart In Sol
Founder Patrick Willard keeps the gym open to everyone and leads a team of nationally certified fitness experts to teach everything from Zumba to martial arts and yoga. Trainers motivate clients during small-group boot camps, swift 30-minute circuit-training classes, or one-on-one training sessions. Nutrition seminars supplement the sweating by preventing budding bodybuilders from undermining their gains by falling prey to unhealthy diets of cement sandwiches.