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 $49, you get a six-week boot-camp package at Pittsburgh Fit Body Boot Camp (up to a $348 total value), which includes the following:
- Six weeks of shape-up boot camp (up to a $249 value). Click here for a class schedule.
- A fitness assessment before and after boot camp (a $49 value)
- A Fit Body Jump Start nutrition plan (a $25 value)
- A healthy-shopping guide (a $25 value)<p>
NFPT-certified personal trainer Jesse McCabe simultaneously builds toned physiques and a sense of community during his six-week boot-camp program. Before patrons jump into rigorous morning sessions, a fitness assessment gauges body composition, personal goals, and aptitude for flaming-medicine-ball juggling to better track physical achievements. Attendees then report to Jewarts Gymnastic Center five days a week for 45-minute sessions, tackling a different routine each class to stave off muscular boredom.
Groups boost both heart rates and camaraderie while navigating obstacle courses and working together in team-based exercises. Legs pump during light running, and arms whittle down with dumbbell drills. Bodyweight exercises such as push-ups carve figures with their own strength, and core-tightening moves help bellies to shed flab and deflect butting mountain goats.
A Fit Body Jump Start nutrition plan rounds off boot-camp results with dietary tips, and a healthy-shopping guide drafts grocery lists to create optimally nourishing meals. After their six weeks of boot camp, clients undergo a second fitness assessment to ensure that they can now don old onesies for daycare reunions.
Though Pittsburgh Fit Body Boot Camp sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
Though the term “boot camp” may conjure images of aggressive drill sergeants barking orders as their recruits struggle through grueling tasks, JM Fitness sessions are much the opposite. Their enthusiastic trainers motivate patrons in indoor boot-camp classes, issuing positive reinforcement as they work together to burn calories and excess fat through challenging, but not defeating, exercises. Each 35 minute session is designed to promote fat loss with a varied routine of interval training that may involve weightlifting, push-ups, sit-ups, and plyometrics. Many activities require participants to band together to tackle obstacles, bolstering a sense of support and camaraderie. Instructors then lead exercisers in a cool down with stretching, leaving them more limber than a linguini noodle basking in a Jacuzzi.