Unlike summer camps, boot camps won't require you to put on a fund-raising talent show to stop a nefarious computer company from turning Lake Cowabunga into its new industrial-waste depository. Team up to fight unfitness with today's deal: for $50, you get one month of boot-camp classes with Grand Rapids Adventure Boot Camp (a $250 value). Choose from the following location and date options:
- Downtown, 6th Street Bridge Park at Monroe Avenue NW and Fairbanks Street NW. Choose from two sessions: September 13 to October 8, or October 11 to November 5. Both sessions have classes Monday–Friday from 5:30 a.m. to 6:15 a.m.
- Sunshine Community Church, 3300 E. Beltline Avenue NE. Choose from two sessions: September 13 to October 8, or October 11 to November 5. Both sessions have classes Monday–Friday from 6:45 a.m. to 7:30 a.m.
- Metro Hospital, 5900 Byron Center Avenue SW, Wyoming, MI. Choose from two sessions: September 13 to October 8, or October 11 to November 5. Both sessions have classes Monday–Friday from 5:45 a.m. to 6:30 a.m.
Grand Rapids Adventure Boot Camp runs intensive fitness classes taught by skilled personal trainers. Each session lasts 45 minutes, and with five sessions each week, fledgling fitness seekers will be well on their way to sprouting six-pack wings from their trapezius muscles. Each session involves intense circuit-style workouts, as well as light running, weight training, obstacle courses, core training, and jumping rope. All of Grand Rapids Adventure Boot Camp's outdoor locations have cover in case of rain, but in cases of extremely inclement weather (typhoons, scratch-inducing dog and cat downpours, plague frogs, etc.), the instructor will arrange make-up classes.
Consult the online FAQ before signing up to read more about the classes, what you'll need to bring, and so on. Whether looking to jumpstart a stalled fitness routine or expand and expound upon an existing one, one month of intense sessions with Grand Rapids Adventure Boot Camp will get the muscle ball rolling toward bowling pins of paunchiness.
This deal is valid for new clients only. For the optimal experience and maximum results, it is recommended that campers bring an exercise mat, 5–10 lb. dumbbells, a towel, and a water bottle.
Grand Rapids Boot Camp and Fitness
If the weight loss of the company's owner and a trainer—75 pounds and 100 pounds, respectively—is any indication, Grand Rapids Boot Camp and Fitness means business. The outdoor classes are tailored for all fitness levels, so beginners and seasoned athletes will both feel the burn as the perform weight exercises, resistance workouts, and functional movements.