Though a springtime body can do everything a wintertime body does, a springtime body does not have the luxury of hiding beneath heavy parkas and mammoth pelts. Today's Groupon prepares your physique for swimsuit season, when all the world's clothes simultaneously shrink into swimsuits and bite anyone who tries to take them off. For $55, you get a month-long Rapid Results fitness package through Get Sexy Boot Camps (a $219 value). Choose between two locations in the Third Ward and Bay View. Your three weeks of intensive exercise will be capped with a week of active recovery time and a nutritionally minded trip to the grocer—the first step to implementing fat-burning meal plans. Workouts are held on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 6 a.m. for both locations, while the Bay View location also offers a 6 p.m. evening option on the same days.
Independent from the popular purveyor of shoes and ironic kitsch Get Sexy Boots, Camp, Get Sexy Boot Camps is an effective way to tone torsos, boost energy, and build lean, toned muscles. Today's deal grants admission to the Rapid Results Package, where students commit to three half-hour express workouts a week for three weeks. After the body has been sufficiently blasted, your muscles can healthily reflect upon their fitness journey and compile a scrapbook during one week of active recovery. During that time, you'll also enjoy an included nutrition seminar and guided grocery run to help you achieve a healthier diet free of "-Tart" suffixes.
Get Sexy's 30-minute workout is the perfect length for most sitcom-centric attention spans and more than enough time to make 2010 the year Milwaukee clears its closet of "formal muumuus," priestly vestment beachwear, and repurposed parachutes. Call ahead to reserve your class.
The Journal Sentinel endorses Get Sexy Boot Camps:
- At Get Sexy Boot Camp, which has classes in the Bay View and Third Ward neighborhoods, instructors give basic exercises and positive reinforcement, and exercisers of different ages and abilities work out side by side. Rebecca Unger, 36, and Beth Kitzman, 47, started attending the classes about a year ago and have seen dramatic results, even though they had different exercise and health backgrounds when they started. – Joanne Kempinger Demski