Unlike summer camps, boot camps won't require you to put on a fundraising 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 Groupon: for $20, you get four weeks of fitness boot camp (a $257 value), a nutrition guide (a $97 value), and a goals-setting worksheet (a $57 value) at i-bootcamp, with two locations in Pembroke Pines and one in Miami Lakes.
Named the area's best fitness class in 2008 by the Miami New Times, i-bootcamp challenges fitness seekers to shake off obstinate ounces and build strength and cardiovascular prowess with a variety of engaging exercises coupled with nutritional direction. Over the course of 45 minutes, soma-shapers burn through fast-paced intervals of lunges, JC band punches, pushups, bench dips, and wrist-toning French dips, while specialized workouts on the TRX row incorporate resistance training to bolster middling middles and hard cores alike. After two to four weeks, many fatigued frames undergo a marked visual improvement, much like a funeral procession of defective robots slowly transforming into a puppy parade. Trainees can attend any or all of the three weekly sessions under roof or sky depending on location.
Before attending their first class, students complete a 30-minute, phone-based fitness assessment and meal-planning session with owner and instructor Rafael Moret to ensure that they get the most out of boot camp and have a working knowledge of phones. The resulting goals sheet keeps weight watchers vigilant, aspiring marathoners on their toes, and muscle toners tuned in.
I-bootcamp was named the best fitness class in 2008 by Miami New Times:
- Don't expect [Trainer] Rafael to yell at you like you're in the military; that's not his style. He motivates with positive words and kindness. But your back fat will be banished. Ahh, boot camp. – Miami New Times