What You'll Get
Bodies are like children: without a diverse and exciting routine, they'll become lazy, mischievous, and increasingly likely to prank-call your boss. Keep your body well-behaved with today's Groupon: for $25, you get four weeks of boot-camp classes (up to 16 classes total), a water bottle, a meal plan, and before and after pictures from Live In Fit (a $229.99 value), with indoor and outdoor classes held in Long Beach, Lakewood, Carson, and Fountain Valley. Check the calendar for specific times and locations.
Live In Fit's certified trainers sculpt healthy bodies and svelte physiques through a diverse range of exercises in intense boot-camp classes alongside expert nutritional counseling. Whether in a verdant outdoor park setting or in an immaculate indoor space, one-hour boot camps keep bodies guessing by mixing in a variety of athletic activities, challenging campers to resistance training, obstacle courses, core work, and cardio in one intensive session, much like a meeting of Congress. Exercise experts bolster the fat-burning and muscle-multiplying program with a complimentary water bottle and a customized meal plan, and weekly measurements track your progress from mere mortal to taut and toned superhero. Finally, a pair of before and after photos shows off newly cut cores and makes an ideal blueprint for personalized Russian nesting dolls. Most equipment is provided, though boot campers should bring one set of 5- to 8-pound hand weights and an exercise mat.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 10, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Must activate by 1/9/12, classes expire 1 month from activation date. Must sign waiver. New clients only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Live In Fit
At Live In Fit, Alycia Sumlin-Lyrse and her team of certified trainers take a benevolent approach to fitness classes. The team uses spirituality and integrity as motivating forces to achieve physical health and believe that being good examples of fitness themselves is the best way to get their students motivated to change their lives. Accordingly, their boot camps and circuit-training classes eschew the harsh yelling and humiliating diary reading of typical routines for positive reinforcement and friendly encouragement. The fitness gurus will even travel to places of business and customize workout programs for employees to help banish sick days and boost productivity.