Boot camps apply military concepts to daily life, as do dance parties set to Morse code and tanks converted into school buses. Declassify your abs with this Groupon: for $99, you get Dustin Maher’s six-week Extreme Body Transformation outdoor boot camp from Fit Fun Bootcamps (a $325 value). Clients should check the website to view outdoor-location details. The package includes the following:
- Six weeks of boot camp (a $300 value), with access to any of the 10 outdoor Madison-area locations and unlimited classes
- A 21-day meal plan (a $25 value)<p>
Voted Best Trainer in Madison two years in a row by Isthmus, Dustin Maher founded Fit Fun Bootcamps to get exercisers in shape swiftly using a menu of intense, ever-changing workout routines, earning features on several TV news programs. Led by a staff of enthusiastic instructors, each 45-minute class focuses on resistance training—participants lob medicine balls, hoist pairs of 15- to 25-pound dumbbells, and bench-press their imaginary friends to burn fat and tone muscle. Bootcamps take place at eleven locations, including the newly added location in downtown Madison at Brittingham Park. Clients must provide their own dumbbells, and should also bring a towel or mat, water bottle, and athletic footwear to each session. The camp concurrently encourages healthy eating with a 21-day meal plan that eschews excess calories or vegetable replicas carved from pats of butter. Though Fit Fun Bootcamps sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
Dustin Maher's Fit Moms Transformation Centers
After graduating from the University of Wisconsin with a degree in kinesiology exercise science, ACE-certified trainer and Fit Fun Bootcamps founder Dustin Maher designed MamaTone Fitness to help moms vanquish weight gain after childbirth. Inspired by his own mother—who cooked his siblings and him healthful meals but rarely had enough time to exercise—Maher strives to imbue his clients with the motivation to do both. Whether training new moms, moms-to-be, dads who had moms, or curiously fast sons whose moms found them in the middle of a Kansas corn field climbing out of a spaceship, his group classes and boot camps immerse participants in a full-body workout with moral support from neighboring exercisers.