Although body-exchange programs mean no one ever has to stay in one meat suit for long, returning yours in bad condition means you forfeit your deposit. Keep your constitution in returnable condition with today's Groupon: for $25, you get three weeks of women's fitness sessions (a total of nine classes) at Energy Boot Camp for Women (a $138 value).
American Council on Exercise certified trainer Mike Worden administers a demanding yet rewarding workout and weight loss regiment for women of all ages and ability levels. The calisthenics-heavy curricula is an engaging mix of short distance jogging, core conditioning, muscle brawn building, buddy system development, and mat exercises. Groupon buyers can atttend three morning, midday, or evening one-hour sessions per week for a total of nine muscle-molding sessions. Noticeable performance refinements can occur after three sessions, and visible weight loss, reshaping, and the ability to open cans with your teeth emerges in three to four weeks given ample effort. Winter classes are held at Hillside Church on Comissioners Road East until April when they move back outside for fresh-air fitness. Check the schedule for more info.
Though Energy Boot Camp for Women has yet to receive many online reviews, written and video testimonials from clients are available on their website.
Energy Boot Camp
When Mike Worden of Energy Boot Camp shouts instructions to his campers in any given session, his words carry a little more weight than the average command. That's because, in addition to being an American Council on Exercise–certified personal trainer, he possesses a certification as a Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming, or the art of phrasing statements to get people to react in a certain way. He uses his skill set to amp up campers' enthusiasm and motivation while presenting them with increasingly harder physical challenges. These can include short sprints followed by classic burpees, a rapid-fire combination of sit-ups, crunches, and pushups, or partner-resistance exercises, such as refusing to blink during a staring contest.