- $59 for a four-week boot camp ($195 value)
- Camp dates are January 5–31, February 2–28, and March 2–28
During indoor and outdoor sessions, trainers lead high-intensity routines of cardiovascular and strength-training exercises. The workouts are constantly varied and call upon functional equipment such as dumbbells, barbells, tractor tires, and fire hoses. To prevent workout boredom, the instructors infuse classes with games, obstacle courses, scavenger hunts, and rounds of kickboxing. The trainers also provide students with nutritional advice. This Groupon is valid at 14 separate locations. Consult the mini map in the sidebar for a full list of all the available boot-camp sites.
Jay Johnson's Boot Camp Fitness
If you ask a professional cheerleader how she got her toned physique, agile limbs, and powerful muscles, she might point you to Jay and Lin Johnson. The husband-and-wife duo are the brains behind Jay Johnson's Boot Camp Fitness—an exercise program designed to slim waistlines and pump up muscles of students of all abilities, from fitness newbies to professionals and prestigious clients such as the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders. They have also introduced the program to national audiences through numerous television appearances, including Dr. Phil's Ultimate Weight Loss Challenge.
Drawing from their extensive training in the US Army and years of fitness experience, the pair and a staff of elite trainers—including professional football players and mixed martial artists—lead boot-camp programs in the Dallas area. Within parks, fields, and parking lots, they conduct high-intensity workouts, keeping patrons engaged with constantly varied regimens, along with games, obstacle courses, and scavenger hunts. They focus on functional training throughout the sessions, challenging students to heave barbells, flip tractor tires, and lug fire hoses.
The trainers also offer a specialized cheerleading boot camp ideal for high-school teams training for upcoming seasons or assistant grocery managers seeking ways to motivate their teams of disillusioned bag boys.