The Minutemen earned their name by preparing for battle quickly and by using skills they learned in boot camp, such as Tae Bo and Pilates, to get harder abs in 60 seconds. Achieve a legendary appellation with today’s Groupon from IMPACT Fitness Boot Camp. Choose between the following options:
- For $49, you get one month of boot-camp classes (a $249 value).
- For $89, you get two months of boot-camp classes (a $498 value).<p>
Classes are available three days each week at the following three locations and times: * 9 a.m. in Andersonville * 6 a.m. in Edgewater<p>
Certified IMPACT Fitness Boot Camp trainers work to sculpt lean physiques during three weekly sessions of dynamic, small-group exercises. After an initial fitness assessment, a timeline of track-and-field drills, strength training, and metabolic cardio explain why IMPACT stands for Intense Mixed Performance Accelerated Cross Training, and FITNESS just stands for a louder pronunciation of the word fitness. Certified coaches lead small groups through warm-ups to prepare muscles to perform feats of agility, strength, and conditioning before a relaxing stretch and cool down reprieve exhausted corporeal structures.
Professionals monitor each workout and adjust exercises to challenge each participant, like a treadmill that uses its human-face-like monitor to read its owners diary. A supplemental nutrition plan and guide help clients set and meet goals, and seminars edify principles of a fit lifestyle.
IMPACT Fitness Boot Camp
After years of research and exercise, Dr. John Spencer Ellis felt he'd hit upon a premium fitness formula for producing athletes. Inviting Kelli Calabrese, a master trainer, to help him develop a curriculum, the two pooled their exercise knowledge—which amounted to 45 years of industry experience and 35 fitness, nutrition, and lifestyle certifications. From this wealth of training and education, they created Intense Mixed Performance Accelerated Cross Training, or IMPACT Fitness Boot Camp.
Their formula requires that each workout begin with a sports-conditioning-style dynamic warm-up, before proceeding into speed, agility, and quickness training, which allows patrons to more effectively chase cars down the highway. They then challenge students with full-body-strength conditioning, which focuses on all the muscles versus only the muscle group you want to train, and a high-intensity session of cardio training. Though the formula always remains the same, the exercises vary from session to session. One day, patrons might heave medicine balls and sprints, the next, they might jump rope and stretch TRX bands.