Historians postulate that fitness programs would be unnecessary if dinosaurs still stalked the earth, since nothing promotes cardiovascular health like sprinting from the outstretched talons of pterodactyls. Build tyrannosaurus-like strength with today's Groupon: for $45, you get either one month of rapid fat loss boot camp classes or one month of integrative combative concepts classes at O3 Health and Fitness on Riverside Drive (a $150 value).
O3 Health and Fitness’s team of coaches helps galvanize sedentary bodies into highly efficient, muscle-honing action, supplanting excuses with enthusiasm and helping patrons meet fitness goals of all levels. Designed to burn fat, tone muscles, and increase metabolism, the rapid fat loss boot camp eliminates pounds and inches from patrons’ protoplasm, helping you achieve the longstanding goal of once more fitting into your high-school backpack. Sweat out calories and self-doubt alongside about a dozen classmates with a 45-minute circuit of body-weight exercises like jumping jacks, pushups, and nostril curls. Crafted with the expertise of trainer and martial artist Steve Ledford, the integrative combative concepts class is a self-defense class that boosts fitness while also acquainting pupils with useful combative concepts. Though emphasizing principles of combat avoidance, the class simulates situations that necessitate the use of defensive force, preparing trainees for street attacks or encounters with belligerent Girl Scouts.
Classes feature upbeat music and are often conducted outdoors in warmer months or within the colorful confines of O3 Health and Fitness’s gym. O3 Health and Fitness’s trainers also impart advice on overcoming lifestyle impediments to physical activity, as well as dietary and hydration strategies that put patrons on a path to a more holistically healthy lifestyle. Class schedules and more information can be found here.
O3 Health And Fitness
At O3 Health and Fitness, Keith Wimsett leads a team of certified trainers while his wife Marlena rubs down recovering muscles with therapeutic massage. Keith and his team advocate a four-tiered philosophy built around increasing strength and cardiovascular endurance while monitoring food intake and hydration. Personal trainers work with individuals or small groups to forge customized fitness plans while also eliciting sweaty smiles through group boot camps.