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What You'll Get
In today's workplace, sleeveless, bicep-broadcasting business suits are a common sight, and spreadsheets are eschewed in favor of gator wrasslin'. Get in shape to vault over the corporate ladder with today's Groupon; for $40, you get a one-month boot-camp membership to DeVetter Fitness, a $199 value. This Groupon is valid for new clients only.
At DeVetter Fitness, human-friendly methods such as encouragement, motivation, and fun are employed to help members attain tangible results. Cardiovascular training, circuit-strength training, agility drills, and a variety of other methods are combined with progress assessments and a supportive group environment that won’t bully participants into disorienting two-minute hate sessions. Additionally, nutritional training will help busy bees stay energized so they can curl, squat, and jump their way to a sexier shadow. Workouts challenge the most veteran of circus strongmen while remaining accessible for beginners and unicycling chimpanzees. Boot camp sessions are held year-round in the facilities at Skutt High School at 6 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday.
If you look forward to looking forward to the gym instead of dreading it, you'll be more apt to stay on track with your fitness routine; that's why the friendly staff at DeVetter Fitness has designed its boot camps to make you feel welcome and comfortable. By infusing a healthy dose of fun into your workout and hanging your sweaty towels on its trophy wall, Devetter will help you to obtain visible results. Call ahead to schedule your class time.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 2, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. New clients only. Subject to monthly availability. The month is activated on 1st day of use. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About DeVetter Fitness
Chas DeVetter, founder of DeVetter Fitness, always enjoyed helping people get in shape, so becoming a personal trainer was a natural choice for him. He knows that each client is unique, and they might require a different form of motivation, exercise, and nutrition plan to really get results. He and his trainers lead boot-camp classes at regular locations, so people can enjoy the motivational benefits of a group workout. They also offer semi-private and one-on-one training for all ages and fitness level, traveling to meet clients wherever they're most comfortable: at home, the country club, or their favorite gym. No matter which format the training takes, the trainers adhere to the same philosophy. "Life is a marathon, not a sprint," they say. This means that they encourage people to find effective, sustainable activities and to suck energy gel out of packets whenever possible.