What You'll Get
A good workout regimen provides the courage needed to march back into the office, take the clown nose off, and demand a smaller, funnier car. Fill oversize shoes with self-confidence with today's Groupon: for $55, you get five weeks of women's-only Functional Intense Training (F.I.T.) classes (a $135 value) from Kaia F.I.T. at its West Reno location. Each week includes four classes for a total of 20 sessions.
The certified trainers at Kaia F.I.T. help sculpt and strengthen womanly flesh using boot-camp methods, nutritional guidelines, and the motivational propeller of camaraderie. At orientation, each pupil receives her own binder for tracking personal goals, stats, and workout results from Functional Intense Training (F.I.T.) sessions, available at multiple times each day. F.I.T. assembles a dream team of indoor and outdoor exercises varied enough to target every special-interest muscle group and keep bodies guessing. Plyometrics increases strength and speed, whereas core strengthening tightens torsos like the corset of an invisibly clothed empress. Stretched taut from wall- and ceiling-bound straps, participants support most of their own weight during strengthening body suspensions.
Though corpuses never know from day to day whether they'll be kickboxing or kicking boxes, sisters-in-arms can rely on Kaia F.I.T.'s expert instruction with plenty of modifications to accommodate all ages and abilities while guarding against injuries. To further personalize and fortify the collective tush-toning journey, trainers work with each participant to develop health and fitness goals such as cutting down on sugar and eating nutritious vittles.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 19, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for women and at listed location. Non-transferable. May redeem across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Kaia FIT
At Kaia FIT, a women's only fitness facility, working out is a team sport rather than an individual undertaking. Women of all ages and fitness levels cheer one another through functional training programs that challenge the body and mind. Designed to build strength, endurance, and flexibility, many programs adopt a boot-camp-style format, which includes a health assessment and a review of fitness goals. Armed with this information, coaches devise a custom regimen of cross-training exercises that intensify as participants grow fitter. Nutrition counseling facilitates healthy choices on days marked with temptation or a sudden storm of Sno Balls.