What You'll Get
Unlike summer camps, boot camps won't require you to put on a fund-raising talent show to stop a nefarious computer company from turning Lake Cowabunga into its new industrial-waste depository. Team up to fight unfitness with today's deal: for $25, you get two weeks of boot-camp classes (three classes per week) with Extreme Fit Training (a $100 value).
Led by certified fitness trainer Rachel Hunt, boot-camp sessions combine core-conditioning exercises with cardio and weight training to mold muscles and burn calories. Each day, your instructors will throw down a fresh guerilla ambush's worth of challenges for your muscles and your brain, fueling constant gains and keeping you engaged. Because the group setting promotes a team mentality, students motivate each other to take on new challenges and strive for their physical best. Class sizes are small (no more than 15 attendees), ensuring each student receives individualized attention and that there's enough oxygen available to prevent gasping. Click here to see Extreme's boot camp in action.
Boot-camp classes last one hour and are held Monday through Friday, with convenient early-morning and after-work start times. Check the current and upcoming schedules online, and then register for the session of your choice (you can only begin your two weeks at the start of a new boot-camp session). Classes are held at various locations throughout Birmingham, which will be specified when you register for your session. Participants are instructed to bring one set of 8-pound hand weights, an exercise mat, and plenty of water to each session.
Pre-camp fitness assessment is not included.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 31, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Reservation required, must choose from scheduled 2-week sessions. Pre-camp fitness assessment not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Extreme Fit Training
Owner and instructor Rachel Hunt and her team of instructors motivate their participants to think beyond the treadmill. At Extreme Fit Training, instructors guide them toward slimmer waistlines and more sculpted muscles in their lineup of ever-changing, high-intensity boot-camp classes. The coed classes are held indoors and outdoors all over the Birmingham area. To keep participants engaged and inspired to continue on, instructors avoid repeating the same workouts during each four-week boot-camp session. Instead, they rotate through resistance, cardio, and core exercises that work the entire body. In some sessions, patrons might jog up steps at an outdoor stadium, and in others they might toss medicine balls.
Before patrons attend their first class, the instructors assess their body-fat percentage and take their measurements. With this analysis, the team designs customized goals for boot campers and pushes them to achieve them in each class.