A strong man wrestles you to the ground to show off; a stronger man boosts your self-esteem and then accidentally breaks three of your ribs with a supportive hug. Learn the tenets of both strength and community with today's militantly muscled Groupon: for $57, you get one month of unlimited boot-camp sessions, 30 days of full access to a members-only nutrition site, and a grocery-shopping webinar from Edmond Bootcamp, located within Evolution Personal Training in Edmond (a $418 value).
Edmond Bootcamp offers one-hour sweat sessions throughout the week to fit nearly any schedule. During the month of boot camp (a $299 value), extensively trained fitness mongers push and inspire trainees toward states of antiflabbery with a fresh guerrilla ambush’s worth of challenges that fuel constant gains and keep you engaged. Over the course of the one-hour session, you may run, jump, lift weights, slam out pushups and chin-ups, and end with a live crocodile wrestle. The gym provides all necessary equipment, and most classes take place indoors at Edmond Bootcamp, in a large, air-conditioned building that ensures a safe haven from falling iPods.
Nutritional guidance ensures that workouts won't be compromised by unhealthy eating, sleeping, and bar-fighting habits, as customers gain access to a members-only nutrition site (a $29 value) for handy lifestyle tips. The grocery-shopping webinar (a $90 value) gives clients access to presentations that teach tricks of the trade, such as how to read labels, how to navigate marketing to buy better products, and how to choose wholesome snack alternatives to potato chips and old rubber tires.
Ryan Dobbs began resculpting bodies 11 years ago, when he first acquired his personal-trainer certification. As his career progressed, he logged more than 13,000 hours of training experience, helping hundreds of students punch through the walls barring them from their fitness goals. Eventually, with the aid of his wife Amanda, he opened Evolution Personal Training, a 10,000-square-foot private gym that he now uses to house his Edmond Bootcamp classes.
The dynamic training duo outfit their gym with constantly updated machines, kettlebells, and stability balls, replacing worn-out equipment and upgrading to equipment they've judged more effective. Every new exerciser begins with waist measurements and receives a dietary plan that limits calories and maximizes nutrition. Attendees also get Ryan and Amanda's personal numbers for 24/7 access to coaching, motivation, and counseling on how to maintain a healthy relationship with their dumbbells.