Losing weight is a challenge almost as difficult as reading an entire dictionary or climbing a tree that’s covered in canola oil. Take an expert approach to tackling the task of slimming down with this Groupon.
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- $19 for a fitness assessment and fitness-and-nutrition plan (a $120 value)<p>
After an initial consultation to establish goals, trainers craft a customized four-week fitness program with videos, pictures, and demonstrations. An accompanying nutrition plan designed by a dietician adds a punch to the workouts, and both dietician and trainer monitor performance over the course of four weeks to adjust expectations in real time. <p>
- $59 for a four-week Spartacus training package (a $300 value)<p>
The Spartacus workout challenges bodies with repetitions of fast movements with very little downtime in between sets. The resulting high heart rates and muscular work can coax the body to tap into reserve resources and burn fat, ultimately increasing muscle definition through four weeks of daily 40-minute workouts. Classes are held evenings and on weekends.<p>
Taste Life Fitness
A passion for the culinary arts led Allan Hussey to the kitchens in the restaurant industry, where he honed his skills as a cook but gained weight due to unhealthy personal eating habits. To help him shed the pounds, Hussey sought the aid of personal trainers, and focused on making greater lifestyle changes than simply hitting the gym. He married his cooking skills to his quest for fitness to create for himself a system that led him to lose 55 pounds, after which he decided to bring his skills to the public by creating Taste Life Fitness.
Today, the company's staff supplies students with programs that focus on three major pillars: strength, endurance, and taste. Trainers assess each individual's health before prescribing a personalized program of exercise enhanced by a mix of dietary recommendations and recipes invented by Hussey. Programs typically come in highly digestible four-week chunks, which can produce changes in body shapes as profound as a caterpillar transforming into a werewolf.