Unlike summer camps, boot camps won't require you to put on a fund-raising talent show to stop a nefarious computer company from turning Lake Cowabunga into its new industrial-waste depository. Team up to fight unfitness with today's deal: for $40, you get access to 12 boot-camp classes at Metropolitan Community College Longview Recreation Center (a $100 value for indoor boot camp and a $60 value for outdoor boot camp), plus 25% off the first month of additional boot camp if you decide to continue classes. All 12 classes must be used within one month of the first class.
Led by the experienced fitness guru Ryan Layman and his troop of knowledgeable trainers, Longview Recreation Center's boot camp motivates participants with peer power and intense physical exercises that last 30–45 minutes. Like Christmas sweaters and the length of fingers, no two workouts are ever the same. This boot camp adheres to the mind-body fusion approach, which strategically uses your own body weight in a combination of balance, resistance, cardio, sweaty camaraderie, and yoga stretching. For best Baconnaise-burning results, the professional motivators at Longview recommend attending boot camp two to three times a week. Check out the schedule to determine the best time (morning or night) and place (indoor or outdoor classes) to receive your swift kick in the pantaloons.
During boot camp, you’ll also receive nutritional guidelines and a food journal to track how many cheeseburgers and chocolate bars you sweat out during class. Weekly assessments of weight and body-fat percentage are recorded (confidentially) so that you can concretely chart progress. Once you’ve used your dozen classes as a springboard for a firm springboard body, you can choose to spring forth into another month of boot camp classes for 25% off. Call ahead to reserve a spot, or communicate it in the universal language of bodybuilder poses.