Fitness program includes nutritional coaching, motivational training, and fitness instruction aimed at incinerating body fat
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 25, 2013. Amount paid never expires.Must sign waiver. Limit 1 per person. May buy 3 additional as gifts. New clients only or clients that have not attended in last 12 months. May use over multiple visits. 24hr cancellation required if not able to attend class or a $10 no-show fee may apply. Classes are non-transferable. Subject to availability. Must be at least 10 years old; anyone between 10 and 16 must attend with an adult over the age of 18. Credit card required at registration. Online registration required for all classes. Must attend Introductory Ramp Up Workout Session prior to attending regular Boot Camp Workout Sessions.Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Dumbbells aren’t necessary to forge ripped biceps, as evidenced by the muscles Sylvester Stallone formed while throwing refrigerators at his stove. Flex your might with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$49 for four weeks of unlimited boot-camp classes (a $247 value)
$69 for six weeks of unlimited boot-camp classes (a $370.50 value)<p>
Classes are held during the day from as early as 5 a.m until as late as 7 p.m, with over 40 sessions offered per week.<p>
So Cal Boot Camp
Orshi McNaughton is a self-proclaimed myth buster, debunking peoples’ misconceptions about the science of working out and nutrition to help them lead healthier lifestyles. She also challenges traditional notions of boot camp, describing her sessions as personal training in a group setting rather than military-inspired shoutfests. Whether inside one of her brand new state-of-the-art fitness facilities or outdoors, she and her nine co-trainers wring sweat from students with interval training workouts that incorporate boot camp and kickboxing. On any given day, classes might make use of kettlebells, battle ropes, pull-up bars, or BOSU balance trainers, as well as more traditional dumbbells, medicine balls, and stationary penny farthings.