Going to a boot camp can make you feel like a hardened warrior or just someone who gets pleasure out of the sound of yelling. Feel stronger with this Groupon.
Choose from Five Options
- $15 for entry to the Guinness World Record Harlem Shake event at 4 p.m. (a $60 value)
- $30 for entry to the Canadian record yoga-class event at noon (a $60 value)
- $30 for entry to the Guinness World Record boot-camp event at 10 a.m. (a $60 value)
- $30 for entry to the Guinness World Record salsa-class event at 2 p.m. (a $60 value)
- $50 for all-day entry to the world-record events (a $100 value)
On Saturday, June 15, fitness enthusiasts gather at the Toronto Metro Convention Centre for the Toronto Fitness Challenge to attempt to break Guinness World Records for the largest Harlem Shake, boot-camp, and salsa-dancing classes and the Canadian record for the largest yoga class. The event participants will also strive to raise $100,000 for SickKids Foundation.
Fit Factory Fitness
With two Toronto locations, Fit Factory Fitness has been awarded the 2015 Now Toronto's Reader Choice Best Gym/Fitness Club Award and blogTO's 2015 Best Boot Camp. Led by former US Marine Corps drill instructor and Fit Factory co-founder Tony Austin, classes mimic the intense training regimen Tony completed during his military days. Along with his fellow instructors, Tony uses his 22 years of fitness experience while donning a military-style olive cap to lead exercisers of all fitness levels through more than 200 diverse classes, including boot camp, boxing, and strength and conditioning, offering no-nonsense military-styled fitness training to everyday people of all fitness levels. With Tony's military background, the exercisers receive training and regimens like those practiced by the U.S. Armed Forces. Instructors also teach boxing boot-camp classes, in which patrons pummel heavy punching bags until they agree to personally train them. Fit Factory Fitness also offers military obstacle courses for both kids and adults, and is active in the community, having raised more than $300,000 for organizations such as the Canadian Cancer Society, SickKids Foundation, Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada, and the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada since September of 2012.