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What You'll Get
Working out is No. 3 on the list of most popular daily activities in America, behind not working out and teaching dogs to swear. Spend your time wisely with today's Groupon: for $15, you get a punch card valid for 10 boot-camp classes at Fresno Indoor Boot Camp (a $30 value).
Fresno Indoor Boot Camp motivates patrons to build strength, endurance, and flexibility with an array of group workout classes. The trained instructors draw on their knowledge of kinesiology to help students to give insubordinate calories their walking papers through a regimen of intense workouts that combine both cardio and strength training. Inside the spacious gym, groups recharge drained muscle batteries by hefting tractor tires, grunting beneath medicine balls, and using jump ropes to lasso one another. The moves allow individuals to train at their own pace and intensity level. Fresno Indoor Boot Camp holds two to four sessions per day and may add new time slots based on requests; check the schedule for updates. Although all ages are welcome, kids under age 18 must carry a guardian wheelbarrow-style to their first class to sign a waiver.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 31, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. New customers only. Classes are non-transferable. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Fresno Indoor Boot Camp
Even before he was a certified strength and conditioning specialist, Erik Traeger was exploring every fitness avenue he could. He played soccer, wrestled, raced motorcycles, and fought fires as part of a U.S. Forest Service hand crew for 13 seasons. Once he discovered a knack for coaching, he spent nine years training Division I college athletes, and another four taking on youth and adult clients. As owner and head instructor at Fresno Indoor Boot Camp, he funnels all his exercise know-how into classes for every age, gender, and ability level.
Though Erik's resumé is formidable, his camp stresses acceptance over intimidation. Instructors motivate students to move at their own pace through agility ladders, calisthenics, and tire flips, all of which inhabit an indoor facility to eliminate mix-ups between beehives and medicine balls. Because each trainer is a kinesiology major, they have mastered modifications that can scale boot-camp drills to suit any participant, from sports stars to 70 year olds.