Dumbbells aren't necessary to forge ripped biceps, as evidenced by the muscles Sylvester Stallone formed while throwing refrigerators at his stove. Flex your might with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $39 for 20 boot-camp classes (a $164 value)
- $55 for 30 boot-camp classes (a $246 value)
- $69 for 50 boot-camp classes (a $410 value)
Body-weight resistance and cardio exercises hit every major muscle group to promote over-all toning. See the schedule for available class times.
Namaste Personal Training
Kevin Allen earned his personal training certification in 1989, but he didn’t stop there. Instead, he layered more expertise and experience onto his resume with every passing year, finally founding Namaste Personal Training to share his wealth of fitness knowledge with as many clients as possible. Now the gym has been named Oakland magazine's best gym in the East Bay in 2012 and 2013, a title Allen and his team of four trainers uphold by addressing patrons’ individual fitness goals in one-on-one personal training sessions, or obliterating bucket loads of calories in group fitness classes. They also tailor introductory fitness courses exclusively to beginners, lowering class size, shortening duration, and eliminating exercises that involve flaming jump ropes.
94% of 138 customers recommend
“Wish there were more TRX classes on the schedule..for people that get off work late (like at 5.30pm) would be great if there was a 7.30 class..with Zach..not always...”
“Wish there were more TRX classes on the schedule..for people that get off work late (like at 5.30pm) would be great if there was a 7.30 class..with Zach..not always the gentle start ones..”
“BEST GYM EVER!”
“Overall when I got to class they were great - great instructors, variety and tough exercise. However - Difficult to make the classes; not a lot of variety of times....”
“Overall when I got to class they were great - great instructors, variety and tough exercise. However - Difficult to make the classes; not a lot of variety of times. Would like a boot camp that started at 5 or 5:30, stuff in the morning like 8 or 9am. Also classes i wanted to go to were often full when i tried to sign up on-line and Couldn't get ahold of anyone on the phone to ask, so i started just showing up and that worked out mostly fine. Once i came at 7am and class was canceled. even tho i'd signed up on-line i got no notification. kinda bummer of a morning to plan for it, wake up and get yourself out the door to show up and find out there's no class.”