Working out has many rewards, even if you don't collect enough tickets from the treadmill to trade in for the big stuffed shark. Keep your eyes on the prize with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
$29 for one month of unlimited boot-camp classes ($234 value)
- Includes T-shirt, a sports bag, reflective wristbands, and water bottle
$297 for three months of unlimited boot-camp classes ($657 value)
- Includes two T-shirts, a sports bag, reflective wristbands, and water bottle
$594 for six months of unlimited boot-camp classes ($1,107 value)
- Includes two T-shirts, a sports bag, reflective wristbands, a water bottle, towel, and fitness assessment
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The Sergeant's Program
Even if you're a civilian, the founders of The Sergeant's Program believe there's no excuse for not giving 100 percent. Each sergeant—not trainer—holds each participant accountable for their performance, and that starts with the wardrobe. Everyone wears the program's workout T-shirt, and showing up without it usually results in some extra push-ups. It's not meant to be a punishment, but rather a show of commitment to the program's focus on camaraderie and accountability.
The Sergeant's Program started in 1984, and many of its participants have been attending for a good chunk of that time. The recipe for that enduring success? One-hour classes with a combination of running, calisthenics, aerobics, and strength training. These boot camps unfold five days a week at more than 20 locations across Washington, DC, and its surrounding areas. While the sergeants encourage participants to kick-start their days with early morning sessions, a plethora of evening options are also available.
“Excellent work your program if you really want to be on the best shape of your life. ”
“Be ready for a good work out!”
“Excellent, excellent, excellent work out program. I am not a big fan of working out but the Sergeant's Program makes it fun/accessible for all "levels" of workout and...”
“Excellent, excellent, excellent work out program. I am not a big fan of working out but the Sergeant's Program makes it fun/accessible for all "levels" of workout and it is definitely a challenge!”