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 $30, you get five boot-camp classes at Houston Adventure Boot Camp, a $75 value. Redeem your Groupon at any of Houston Adventure's twelve area locations.
Houston Adventure Boot Camp boasts an elite team of instructors, including program directors Karen Mones—who has an exhaustive background in yoga, Pilates, nutrition, group fitness, postural training, and martial arts—and Stacy, a pro women's football player, personal trainer, and seasoned joke-cracker. The motivational drill sergeants will use your instinctual distrust of routine to their advantage. They’ll keep your muscles guessing with new and challenging moves during each session, so you’ll never fall into a boring, ineffective routine, like regular teeth brushing. Sweat sessions are available in the mornings and evenings and cater to all skill sets, with both coed and women-only classes available. Check out the schedule to find the time and location that best fits into your daily routine.
Working out with pre-established friends is like grilling an admirer for honest feedback on your pumpkin-carving entry. As strangers united in a common goal, your fellow boot campers won't let you quit, and your newfound friendships will motivate you on the path to success. Show up with your Groupon to the location and time of your choice.
All sessions must be redeemed at the same location and time.
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Houston Adventure Boot Camp
Karen Mones's passion for fitness began at a young age, exercising to Jane Fonda videos with her mother. She went on to play softball, earn her bachelor's in exercise and sports science, and obtain six instructor certifications in everything from yoga to strength training. She founded Houston Adventure Boot Camp to share her knowledge and passion for fitness with as many people as possible.
She and her trainers create different regimens each day, taking advantage of the city's natural spaces and natural forces to enhance their workouts. They challenge gravity by having students lift their own bodyweight or free weights. Students plow through the heaviest friction the air can throw at them in sprints, and they hold up under constant pressure from the sun to nap in the middle of a field.