Breaking a sweat not only cools you down during exercise but also rids your body of the disgusting water that’s just building up inside you. Sweat it out with this Groupon.
- $39 for 10 boot-camp, boxing, or kettlebell classes (a $150 value)
During fitness boot-camp classes, certified instructors lead exercisers through drills that combine military, martial-arts, and sports movements. In ever-changing kettlebell classes, they work to strengthen and tone bodies via cast-iron weights, cardio workouts, and strength training. Boxing classes, meanwhile, bust stress as instructors lead circuit-training exercises, speed drills, and boxing drills. All classes are 60 minutes long, and some boxing and boot-camp classes take place outdoors at these locations.
Fire Eye Fitness
Certified personal trainer Todd Beattie has worked to save lives as a US Navy search-and-rescue swimmer, spends his spare time competing in Ironman triathlons, and continues to train in a variety of martial arts that he's been doing for 22 years. The lifetime fitness guru channels each of these experiences into his dynamic aerobic and plyometric workouts, which marry functional fitness with techniques garnered from his time in the martial arts and military. Todd and his dutiful instructors, both of whom are black belts, help clients shape up during customized, one-on-one personal training and 20 weekly fitness classes. They motivate small groups of fitness-seekers with boot camps and boxing sessions while keeping a watchful eye to ensure students don't overexert their muscles. These encouraging trainers also help women to protect themselves through self-defense seminars, during which they teach participants how to identify, avoid, and escape from suspicious people, attackers, and door-to-door used-car salesmen.
To further assist clients in reaching their fitness goals, Fire Eye Fitness posts weekly meal plans complete with online calorie counts that keep diets on track and strengthen wills against guilt trips from jilted chocolate cakes. Every month, the generous instructors donate a portion their profits to a rotating roster of charities.