16 strength-and-endurance classes incorporate plyometric and agility drills with nutritional advice to help sculpt lean, toned muscles
What You'll Get
It takes more to lose weight than swearing off escalators or swearing at burgers until they quit hanging out in your mouth. Shape up with this voucher.
Choose Between Two Options
- $89 for a 16-session fitness-and-weight-loss program for one (a $400 value)
- $159 for a 16-session fitness-and-weight-loss program for two (an $800 value)
The program includes 16 group sessions, packed with endurance and strength-training moves scaled either up or down to meet your individual goals and abilities. The one-hour classes begin with a short warm-up, followed by an interval-based workout that combines strength, endurance, speed, and power through plyometrics and agility drills that mimic natural movements. While the group stretches, owner and trainer Chris Pedroza will run through a slew of nutritional tips and tricks.
The Fine Print
About Supreme Assailant
Chris Pedroza doesn’t understand bicep curls and overhead presses. These fabricated movements, after all, aren’t typically found outside the gym, so Pedroza—owner of and trainer at Supreme Assailant—instead encourages his clients to mimic practical moves, like the ones they perform in everyday life, but with a bit more spirit. His 60-minute training sessions are crash courses in strength and endurance. They combine plyometrics and agility drills with resistance training, creating one intense effort to shed weight and sculpt toned muscles. Exercisers of all shapes, sizes, and ability levels can sign up, from those looking to drop their couch-potato flab to bodybuilders who yearn for a workout that doesn’t require a bright-orange spray tan. No matter what shape a client is in, Pedroza customizes classes to each individual by scaling moves up or down, depending on who performs them.