Boot camps apply military concepts to daily life, as do dance parties set to Morse code and tanks converted into school buses. Declassify your abs with today's Groupon to Synergy Fitness Boot Camp’s 10 outdoor area locations. Choose between the following options:
- For $29, you get a package of 10 boot-camp passes (a $150 value).
- For $39, you get a package of 20 boot-camp passes (a $300 value).
- Both boot-camp packages include:
- The 24/7 Fat Loss Report e-book.
- Weekly meal planning and nutrition monitoring.
- Online access to the Very Important Camper website, including three months of meal plans, recipes, and workouts.
Synergy Fitness Boot Camp’s experienced trainers tune male and female bodies of all shapes, sizes, and fitness levels with total-body outdoor workouts. The schedule includes times and locations for 60-minute bouts designed to burn calories and build muscle with upbeat exercise circuits. Campers may jog through the park in the predawn dew, push chests up off the grass in the afternoon sun, or crunch cores as squirrels lie down for evening naps. Using an exercise mat and set of dumbbells, outdoor athletes build strength with bicep-pinching curls or thigh-loving lunges. Because trainers drill exercises in timed intervals, students of all fitness levels can set their own comfortable yet challenging pace. Throughout the course of training, meal plans advise trainees on what to buy at the grocery store and how to prepare meals that burn fat, build muscle, and don't talk back.
Synergy Fitness Boot Camp
Coming from a large family of athletes, Tim Kaderli has made physical fitness a de facto part of his daily existence since he was a kid. He soon realized, however, that many others have never been exposed to the training techniques and nutritional habits that he relied on his entire life. This realization led him to found Synergy Fitness Boot Camp and to formulate his own methodology. Today, Kaderli aims to reach aspiring exercisers in three ways: fun and lighthearted fitness regimens, nutritional education, and motivational friendships between trainer and client. Joined by six other trainers, Tim meets with students morning, midday, and night at outdoor locations all over Austin, such as Milburn Community Park or Bee Cave Central Park. Alternatively, classes can convene at the Synergy High Intensity Training (HIT) Facilities, which provide students with equipment and shelter from the jealous glare of the sun—who will never be anything but an immobile ball of gaseous elements.