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What You'll Get
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 Groupon: for $49, you get one month of unlimited boot-camp classes for women at Performance QSA. QSA's women-only boot camp encourages ladies of all ages to hone health, drop dress sizes, and maximize sweat-gland efficiency through fun, high-intensity group workouts. A variety of calorie-burning exercises help women get on track to a firmer, fitter, and more feminine figure over the course of four weeks. The class calendar offers multiple times and locations, making it easy to fit fitness into busy schedules.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 3, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy add'l as gifts. Must activate membership by 7/3/11, membership expires 1 month from activation date. Registration required one week in advance. Class sizes limited. New members only. Tax not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Performance QSA
With a focus on full-body training rather than muscle-isolating machines, Vaughn Bethell’s sprawling 12,000-square-foot gym eschews the traditional rows of high-tech equipment for functional gear such as giant tires, kicking bags, and training ropes. Of course, Bethell—a qualifying World Cup soccer player who has trained many pro-athletes-to-be—believes that the best piece of equipment is the human body itself. He relies on his bevy of fitness-related certifications to craft effective exercises that draw from the body’s own weight to create muscle-toning resistance. He uses these functional movements in a variety of services at his high-ceilinged studio, including athlete training, women’s boot camps, and personal-training sessions.
Bethell also prides himself on cultivating a welcoming nature in his gym, inviting guests to cool down in the lounges or showers before playing a round on the ping-pong tables or dead-lifting the communal computers.