Sweating is like taking a nice shower, except the water is coming from inside of you. Let it out with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $39 for 12 boot-camp or cardio-kickboxing/Tacfit classes (an $84 value)
- $64 for 24 boot-camp or cardio-kickboxing/Tacfit classes (a $144 value)
During boot camps, instructors start off with warm-ups and lead students in a new routine each session. Workouts might include cardio training, teamwork drills such as partnered squats, and joint-mobility exercises before sessions conclude with 10 minutes of stretching. Cardio-kickboxing and Tacfit classes combine cardio workouts and strength training. Both options include a complimentary wellness profile and fitness assessments so that students can track their progress.
Boot camps meet at 6 a.m. Mondays–Fridays, and at 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Cardio-kickboxing/Tacfit classes are held at 6 p.m. on Wednesdays.
Energize Zone Wellness Center
Ken Wozniak—or "Coach Ken," as he's known to members—founded Energize Zone Wellness Center to create a safe place for people to commit to nutrition and fitness. He says that changing his nutritional habits "gave me my life back, so it's something I wanted to share with the rest of the world."
He and a team of wellness coaches help patrons reach their goals through fitness classes, body-transformation weight-loss challenges, and nutrition sessions. When new members come in, the trainers assess their fitness status with complimentary wellness profiles, which contain custom health and nutrition information, such as how many calories and how much protein they should eat to maintain a healthy weight. The coaches follow up with regular assessments—which members can request whenever they'd like—that help them track their progress between sessions, whether they're seeing how much faster they can run a mile, how many more pushups they can do, or how many more Van Halen songs they can perform at turbo speed in one karaoke slot. In addition to nutritional coaching, group fitness classes, including boot camp, cardio kickboxing, and Zumba, keep bodies moving.
Ken says many of the club’s members are new to wellness or are at the ends of their ropes with other methods. "The people who come here are the people who don't want to go to the big gyms," he says. "We call this a safe haven for people who want to come here and get healthy." He credits their supportive atmosphere to the fact that he and the other coaches have similar histories to many of their clients; one of the coaches, for instance, dropped 90 pounds as a member before becoming a coach to help others do what she did. "We are people who have been there," Ken says.