What You'll Get
Exercise remains humanity’s best avenue for melting calories, as the frequent ingestion of candles almost always leads to a decline in birthday-party invitations. Light an internal fire without singeing your esophagus with today’s Groupon: for $30, you get a one-month membership (a $195 value)—good for up to five sessions per week (up to 20 total sessions)—at Feel The Burn Bootcamp in Studio City, Chatsworth, or Woodland Hills.
Owner AJ Garcia designs Feel The Burn’s intense workouts to suit individual fitness goals and believes that strenuous physical activity can improve students’ lives beyond simple weight loss. Feel The Burn's challenging workouts shave off pounds and reshape waists while presenting variety for exercisers sick of sprinting the same fields and dead-lifting the same alligators. In addition to improving clients' appearance and health, Feel The Burn will re-awaken muscles left hibernating in their flab burrows and can even leave students feeling empowered to take on unspandexed challenges. Upbeat trainers lead groups with humor and encouragement, never pursuing stragglers in flaming chariots pulled by lions. Arrive at one of three outdoor locations with a yoga mat or towel, a bottle of water, and a spring in your instep to help launch yourself into a healthier future.
Though there aren’t many online reviews for Feel The Burn Bootcamp, past and current students rave about the boot camp’s results in online testimonials.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 17, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Must activate membership by 8/16/11, expires 1 month from activation date. Valid only at Studio City, Woodland Hills, and Chatsworth locations. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Feel The Burn Bootcamp
Feel The Burn Bootcamp’s fitness instructors show their clients what people mean by “a good kind of burn.” They know that a truly successful workout pushes muscles, whereas ineffective exercises do not. To ensure bodies get their due, instructors host daily outdoor classes with varying exercises to engage every muscle in the body. One minute they encourage clients to do as many bicycle crunches they can. The next, they lead them through rows of tires, the most common obstacle encountered while walking on a sidewalk. This denial of monotony keeps minds engaged and muscles continually bending, pulling, and building strength throughout each class.