Unlike summer camps, boot camps won't require you to put on a fundraising 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 deal: for $59, you get four weeks of unlimited classes from RockBody Boot Camp, a $135 value. Take advantage of regular classes at any one of RockBody's morning or evening locations.
Founders Courtney and Brian Prinzo are athletic super breeds, logging high-school stints in a variety of sports and having a background in football, running, and personal training. Their mission is to offer an intensive, energetic environment for exercisers of all sweat skills. A game-changing switch-up from routine treadmills and solitary bench pressing, their classes are a veritable fitness buffet, allowing bodies to sample a variety of challenging routines and workouts. Show up to the location of your choice equipped with running shoes, towel, mat, hand weights, and water for a mash-up of strength training, core, cardio, and interval training designed to push participants to their personal limit. Their website also offers new class offerings.
RockBody Boot Camp's founders Brian and Courtney Prinzo were voted two of Austin's Top Trainers by Austin Fit magazine, and the boot camp earned two Best of Citysearch awards in 2010 and a five-star average from reviewers. The boot camp was also named Best Boot Camp by Austin Fit.
- I have tried out several different trainers they have and love all of them. They all have different training styles so it is fun to get to go to all of them and get something a little different each day. – karodymcgraw, Citysearch
- The instructors really challenge you while still being understanding if you need to slow down or sit one out. I noticed a difference in my energy level and body appearance pretty quickly. – anotherlisa, Citysearch
RockBody Fitness Boot Camp
Austin Fit Magazine named RockBody Boot Camp its Best Boot Camp of 2011 and also lauded its owner, Brian Prinzo, as one of the city’s Top 10 Fittest Trainers in 2010. But for Brian and his staff of experienced trainers, it’s not about the accolades; it’s about helping others lose weight and reach their fitness goals. Classes eschew routine courses of treadmills and bench presses for a variety of challenging workouts that put participants through a mash-up of strength, core, cardio, and interval training designed to push them to their personal limits. Best of all, the workouts provide the motivation and accountability needed to help exercisers push past plateaus, and exercises can be tailored to accommodate many fitness levels and concerns, such as arthritis, body pain, and conjoined sweatbands.