Without goals, no one would unicycle the Appalachian Trail or train a flock of carrier pigeons to deliver meat pies to unsuspecting haberdashers. Today's Groupon to South Bay Fit Camp helps you achieve myriad goals with a fitness trainer's expertise and motivation: for $35, you get four weeks of unlimited classes (a $299 value). This Groupon can be used at one of the three locations: Recreation Park or Whaley Park in Long Beach or the location in Signal Hill.
The friendly, certified trainers at South Bay Fit Camp use a wide variety of games, activities, and exercises during their upbeat fitness classes. These group workouts are infinitely more fun than childhood recesses spent running from feral tire-swings. Classes meet outdoors regardless of the weather, so dress limbs in easy to peel layers, slather on sunscreen, and bring water-friendly clothing. Each workout challenges exercisers of all fitness levels, and South Bay Fit Camp's smaller classes make sure no one is left behind in the woods and eaten by bears dressed as Richard Simmons. In addition to basic boot-camp classes, South Bay also offers bridal fit camp for brides and grooms as well as mommy fit camp for new and soon-to-be mothers.
South Bay’s fit-camp sessions give all the benefits of a boot camp without the bulging veins and militant screaming frequently associated with the concept. Get ready to limber up and laugh during respectful workout sessions. Check the schedule to view upcoming classes, and email to register. For the first session, arrive 15 minutes early to complete a general health waiver, and be sure to bring a water bottle, towel, yoga mat, and three- to eight-pound dumbbells, just right for clinking together to the theme from Rocky.
You must be at least 13 years old to participate, and minors must have written permission from a guardian.
- Who knew park equipment or a hill could be used to do so many different workouts! Whether you are an athlete or just getting starting [sic] with a healthy lifestyle, South Bay Fit Camp can help you. – Tamara K., Yelp
- It should seriously be called South Bay Fun Camp! And sure, I was sore the next day, but in a wonderful 'you did something good for your body' kind of way. – Aliye A., Yelp