A strong man wrestles you to the ground to show off; a stronger man boosts your self-esteem and then accidentally breaks three of your ribs with a supportive hug. Learn the tenets of both strength and community with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $40 for a four-week No Excuses boot-camp course with three classes per week (a $299 value)
Trainers in the No Excuses boot camp help clients meet individual fitness goals in modified classes three times per week. Besides exercise instruction, the program provides nutritional counseling through an online "kitchen raid" and dietician-designed diet program.
- $50 for a four-week pain-release boot-camp course with two classes per week (a $499 value)
The pain-release course combines fitness instruction, motivational training, and nutritional counseling in a program designed to increase range of motion and reduce pain.
Inland Empire Boot Camp
Inland Empire Boot Camp’s squad of experienced instructors eschews the ear-scarring screams of traditional boot camps in favor of rigorous motivation, individually tailoring every exercise to achieve sustainable results for students. Like the temperaments of salsa dancers, the boot camp’s intensity levels split into mild, medium, and hot categories to ensure every participant gets a vigorous but doable workout. The outdoor program mixes up activities for constantly shifting sessions, which divide time between exercises such as toning core muscles with planks and lunges and raising heart rates with jogging and calisthenics. Campers rotate through interval-based resistance and cardio training, aiming to stoke metabolic fires into searing calories. Inland Empire Boot Camp's schedule of both coed and women-only classes lets participants control their comfort levels, and the flexible schedule accommodates those who need extra time to get their werewolf or nongroggy daytime-werewolf symptoms under control. Inland Empire Boot Camp also offers grocery shopping classes, which escort students through the aisles, teaching them what to look for on food labels and how to decide between frozen or fresh, butter or margarine, and ketchup or catsup.