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$59 for Four Weeks of Boot Camp Training at Dallas Fitness Boot Camps ($177 Value)


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Former Army fitness trainer modifies routines for students of all experience levels

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Understanding fitness fundamentals is crucial if you want to get in shape or win treadmill-themed rounds at trivia night. The right answer, as always, is this Groupon.

$59 for Four Weeks of Boot Camp Training ($177 Value)

The indoor classes take place at Inwood Soccer Center on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. There are two sessions each day at 6 a.m. and 8:30 a.m. Click here for the complete schedule. Groupon customers that sign up for membership will receive custom nutrition plans.

Dallas Fitness Boot Camps

Chris was in terrible health. At 51 years old, he was battling two issues familiar to many Americans—high blood pressure and high cholesterol. So, he started attending Dallas Fitness Boot Camps. In time, he lost 40 pounds and 18% of his body fat, which enabled him to get his cholesterol down to normal levels and finally ditch his blood-pressure medications.

Though the classes completely changed his life, Chris didn’t have to make an exorbitant commitment—coach Ron Routhier asks students to attend just three 30-45-minute workouts each week. That’s all the time it takes for Ron’s masterful approach to emerge. The former infantryman spent years as the trainer in charge of soldiers that had met or exceeded the Army’s physical fitness standards. That discipline shows through now; in fact, another of his students boasts that Ron’s training got her in better shape than she was while in the Army Reserves. That’s not to say that students are expected to arrive in tip-top shape—Ron’s routines can be modified for all fitness levels, and his plans include nutritional guidance that helps people supplement their exercise with custom diet plans.

Customer Reviews

I like the camp a lot. It wasn't something that made me feel like I would pass out, but it was definitely challenging and had me sore...which I love because I know I did a good workout.
Wyneisha W. · July 8, 2013

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