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 today’s Groupon to Kissimmee Fit Body Boot Camp. Choose from the following options:
- For $25, you get 14 consecutive days of unlimited classes (a $120 value).
- For $39, you get 30 consecutive days of unlimited classes with no contract (a $197 value).
- For $69, you get 60 consecutive days of unlimited classes with no contract (a $394 value).<p>
Helmed by nationally certified trainers James and Stephanie Cuilty, Kissimmee Fit Body Boot Camp transforms tummies and shapes sinews through effective fitness formulas. Each 45-minute session synthesizes cardio and strength training to increase metabolism and tone muscles into rippling tributes to Michelangelo’s David. Motivated workout mavens oversee each sweat-soaked free-for-all, emphasizing proper form while offering positive encouragement. Trainers fuse resistance training and stomach-flattening exercises with intensive cardio to create a symphony of athletic experience, and preach healthy lifelong habits and accountability to the barbells that yearn for your transformative touch. Kissimmee Fit Body Boot Camp caters to all fitness levels and wraps members in an all-inclusive cocoon with nutritional coaching to accentuate the fat-blasting gains made in the gym. Boot-camp classes typically contain 15-20 fellow fitness fiends and are Monday–Friday in the morning, afternoon, and evening.
Warrior Fit Club
After spending nearly 15 years experimenting with fad diets and ineffective workouts, James and Stephanie Cuilty found a program to which they could commit. The nationally certified personal trainers now lead the 45-minute classes at Warrior Fit Club, encouraging guests of all ages and builds to conquer a diverse palette of exercises. Five days a week, they gather campers indoors for an ever-changing, customized medley of cardio, resistance, and abdominal-tightening maneuvers. They motivate groups with supportive mantras and dispense basic nutrition tips, such as “Don’t eat that Necronomicon,” to instill healthy habits for life.