The greatest benefit of fitness training in a group setting outdoors is that passing wolves are more likely to join your pack than attack it. Acquire a six-pack of four-legged friends with today’s Groupon: for $59, you get four weeks of boot camp sessions at Dallas Fitness Boot Camps (a $177 value). Boot camps are held on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 5:15 a.m., 6 a.m., and 8:30 a.m. at the Inwood Soccer Center in Addison.
At Dallas Fitness Boot Camps, students tackle personal health and strive for strength in diversely structured workouts. To combat the foe of predictability, Dallas Fitness Boot Camps' lead instructor Ron Routhier, a U.S. Army Master Trainer, will throw down a fresh guerrilla-ambush worth of challenges for the muscles and brain every session, fueling constant gains and keeping classes engaged. Over the course of each 30–45-minute session, participants might run, jump, slam out push-ups and lunges, chase chickens, punch slabs of beef, and close with wrestling a live alligator. Boot camp sessions take place rain or shine, ensuring workout warriors achieve results with a varied routine that utilizes indoor and outdoor exercises. The indoor facilities harness the benefits of soft turf services, and locker rooms are available for both men and women. Additionally, Coach Routhier's nutritional guidance and 24-hour email support will help slimming campers hold on to their fitness gains once class is over with customized diet programs and healthy grocery lists.
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.