A strong man wrestles you to the ground to show off; a stronger man boosts your self-esteem and then accidentally breaks three of your ribs with a supportive hug. Learn the tenets of both strength and community with today's Groupon: for $20, you get 10 boot-camp sessions at Sin City Waist Trimmers in Henderson ($100 value). An inventive and effective variety of workout styles are packed into each one-hour class at Sin City Waist Trimmers, whose motivating boot-camp programs train and tone bodies at a heart-pumping pace. The comprehensive in-class challenges come tailored to each individual's fitness level and run through invigorating suites of calisthenics, core training, power yoga, agility drills, and more. Once fortified with their fitness goals, svelteness-seekers can freely drop in at any one of 10 classes per week that best fits their busy schedule or horoscope.
Although reviews are still growing for Sin City Waist Trimmers, clients rave about the boot camp in online testimonials:
- He pushes you to your limit, not the limits of others around you. After only a couple of weeks of boot camp, I was knocking out 20 military style pushups and finishing 100 sit-ups with ease. – Lynn
- …It's hard work but it's also comfortable, fun and unintimidating because there are people of all shapes, sizes and fitness levels there to enjoy working out together. – Kim Farrand
Sin City Waist Trimmers
As the sun starts to rise over the grassy fields and hiking trails of Paseo Vista Park, the Sin City Waist Trimmers morning class is already hard at work. Instructors' voices echo through the cool morning air, guiding and motivating students of all shapes and sizes through a diverse array of high-intensity exercises. Morning and after-work classes help exercisers roast calories on the running trail, slim midsections through core drills, and increase endurance while participants flip massive tires across an open field. The friendly trainers welcome students of all athletic abilities, never singling students out or barking commands like a drill sergeant trying to win respect from a pack of hounds.