Like a good horror movie, a good exercise regimen shocks the body out of its lethargy, which is why so many personal trainers chase their clients on treadmills while brandishing anacondas. Get in less-terrified shape with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $39 for a seminar-series package (a $105 total value)
- Four-session seminar series (a $60 value)
- Three Impact group camp sessions (a $37 value)
Seven-day Fat Furnace meal plan (an $8 value)<p>
- $69 for a 28-day drop-a-pant- or dress-size program (a $232 total value)
- Fitness consultation and assessment (a $30 value)
- Four weeks of 45-minute Impact group camp sessions (a $147 value)
- Four weeks of off-day workout instruction (a $35 value)
- Four-week access to a lifestyle-modification video series (a $20 value)<p>
Impact group camp sessions are held three times a week. Seminar topics include: nutrition on September 25, behavior modification on October 23, sleep on November 20, and advanced fat-burning techniques on December 18.<p>
ACE-certified personal trainer Chad Lee knows that most people need more than encouraging words to keep up with a new fitness regimen. That's why he and his staff consult with their clients to determine each one's reason for taking on private, partner, or small-group training sessions at Premier Fitness. Once they've isolated distinct goals, they customize workouts and dietary advice around the patron's medical history, lifestyle, and adaptation to exercise routines. An ever-present sense of humor buoys their lessons, eliminating boredom and increasing laughter without unsafe tickle fights between bench presses.
Chad specializes in metabolic circuit training for weight management and has championed a Drop a Pant or Dress Size program for a well-rounded attack on surplus pounds. Inside the gym's private facilities, he mixes squats, body-weight maneuvers, and yoga poses into a challenging cocktail of cardio and strength training. The 28-day group camp series also includes nutritional guidance and at-home fitness resources, allowing students to become self-sufficient monitors of their health.