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 $49, you get one month of N-10sive Boot Camp (a $126 value), which takes place at Good Life Fitness on Speedway Circle.
Led by certified personal trainer and world powerlifting champion Steve Auxier, N-10sive boot camps are designed to take stymied fitness routines by their gelatinous horns and work them into fighting shape. Over the course of 30 days, you have full access to a flexible schedule that offers at least two hour-long sessions per day, and often upwards of nine sessions throughout the morning, afternoon, and evening. The numerous workout opportunities make fitness achievable for even the busiest bees, swamped swans, and overwhelmed warlocks, while the intense CrossFit workouts bend, flex, and strengthen every body part, maximize muscle tone, and speed weight loss.
Though students of N-10sive's boot camps have not written many reviews, three Google Mappers give it an average of five stars:
Good Life Fitness and N-10sive Boot Camps
Even though the number 10 is in its name, Good Life Fitness and N-10sive Boot Camps runs more than ten boot camps and group fitness sessions per week; rather, the facility hosts hundreds. Their namesake boot-camp workouts trim physiques through burpees, pushups, squats, and other calorie-torching calisthenics. New Keep-N-Fit classes feature low-intensity toning, balance, and core exercises while F-I-R-E classes heat up intensity with full-body resistance training set to music. Blast X classes empower abs to deflect tickles with warning growls, and Synergy X yoga lengthens limbs and improves balance. Additional services such as personal training and nutritional counseling complement group classes with a more personalized approach to achieving a healthy lifestyle.