Boot camps apply military concepts to daily life, as do dance parties set to Morse code and tanks converted into school buses. Declassify your abs with today's Groupon: for $35, you get four weeks of unlimited classes from Rock Hard Boot Camp (up to a $200 value).
The AFAA-certified trainers of Rock Hard Boot Camp, featured on Fox 17, whip participants of all fitness levels into shape during four demanding yet rewarding weeks of dynamic workouts. Helmed by fitness guru Kandi Dobbrastine, the program begins with a fitness test to determine each participant's physical condition and moon sign before grouping them with compatible campers. The military-style classes commence with a standard roll call before trainers passionately motivate patrons through intense and varied workouts that burgeon muscular strength, cardiovascular endurance, flexibility, and range of motion, allowing them to finally be able to knit a sweater behind their backs. Health assessments and guidance from the staff help participants up their wellness quotient with better nutrition, as they learn to take a 360-degree approach to fitness through conditioning in unison with a healthy diet.
Modifie Wellness's head trainer Kandi issues the same challenge to every aspiring athlete that walks through her door: an unmodified version of the Army's fit test, a grueling procedure that reporter Emily Richett of Fox News 17 called "really, really challenging," before signing up for a month's worth of classes. After the assessment, she and her team of AFAA-certified trainers then lead Rock Hard Bootcamp, Rock Hard Challenge, or Rock Hard Mammas fitness programs, each geared toward different types of clients with different goals. They also offer Zumba classes.