Before fitness instructors can holler motivational maxims at their students, they must first graduate from a premier hollering academy and serve two years in the Scream Corps. Get motivated with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $49 for a three-week outdoor fitness boot camp, valid for three classes per week (a $147 value)
- $35 for a three-week outdoor PowerFit yoga camp, valid for two classes per week (a $90 value)
Both boot-camp programs further motivate clients to healthy lifestyles with a nutrition program and 28-day meal plan. Click here to view available class times and locations.
Fitness For Living Boot Camps
David Clair’s number one goal as the director and a trainer at Fitness For Living Boot Camps is to lead his patrons in having fun. He says, “If it is not fun, you won’t do it; you’ll always have an internal struggle staying motivated.” Here, the strong muscles, solid core, and slimmer waistline just happen to be a byproduct of having fun in the outdoors.
The trainers motivate clients to whip into shape with a series of smile-inducing fitness activities that often incorporate teamwork, including obstacle courses, games of soccer or basketball, and relay races. To further hone in on flexibility, strength, and balance training, campers complete a high-intensity regimen of CrossFit, TRX suspension, and Tabata training, interspersed with heaving sand bags and jumping rope. Alternatively, the Powerfit yoga camps take a blend of flowing Vinyasa-style yoga poses and Pilates techniques to the outdoors. The sessions focus on toning core muscles and building strength and flexibility. The trainers also help clients slim down with nutrition tips and meal-plan programs, and send out motivating emails that have nothing to do with money-hungry princes.
“I had a great experience!”
“Good class, good structure. The 6am instructor is nice but not as professional as I imagined. Calls exercises 'thingies' like 'burpie thingies' and does not seem to...”
“Good class, good structure. The 6am instructor is nice but not as professional as I imagined. Calls exercises 'thingies' like 'burpie thingies' and does not seem to correct positions just keeps saying what they should be.... Some people, me included, may need position correction because we think we are doing it right.”