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What You'll Get
Bodybuilders visualize lifting a weight before actually lifting it, just as businessmen visualize leading a meeting before actually riding in on a stallion. Appear majestic with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$25 for a six-class package (a $120 value)
- Orientation and body testing
- Six boot-camp classes <p>
$39 for two-week class package (a $200 value) * Orientation and body testing * Unlimited boot-camp classes * 40% off merchandise, such as water bottles and T-shirts<p>
When enlisting in boot-camp classes, participants attend an orientation complete with an evaluation of physical strength and endurance. The friendly drill instructors also record participants’ weights, measurements, and body-fat indices, taking photos to gauge body changes over the course of the program. Instructors use the test results to place participants on an appropriate squad, ranging from low-impact beginner to high-impact advanced. Instructors recommend that participants bring 5- to 10-pound dumbbells, an exercise mat (not a yoga mat), a pair of running shoes, a jump rope, and water, though these items are not required.<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 26, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Must sign waiver. Not valid if used services after 1/1/11. Must activate 6-class pass by expiration date on your Groupon, pass expires 1 month from activation date. Classes are non-transferable. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Extreme Boot Camp
Founder Linda Taix has one mission: to help clients achieve the ultimate positive change in body, health, and spirit––without half- hearted crunches. Employing a team of certified personal trainers and former military personnel, Linda's civilian-style fitness boot camp was featured on Good Morning America. Linda modeled her six-week boot-camp sessions after a real military boot camp, with an enlistment phase to gauge fitness levels and one- hour classes that blend military exercise drills, resistance training, and plyometrics with cardio activities such as obstacle courses and double-dutch jump-rope contests against local youths.
Cutting out traditional boot-camp yelling and huffing, the team fosters a supportive and motivating environment for students of all skill levels. Furthermore, Extreme employs nutritionist and fourth-degree black belt Jake Nelson to guide clients with diet advice and personal consultations on how best to break a board with a honey-glazed ham.