As a symbol of group strength, boot campers perform drills together to both boost morale and scare off the synchronized-swimming teams encroaching upon their turf. Train on terra firma with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $64 for 4 weeks of unlimited boot-camp classes (a $129 value)
- $99 for 8 weeks of unlimited boot-camp classes (a $219 value)
- $129 for 12 weeks of unlimited boot-camp classes (a $309 value)
Expert instructors lead one-hour boot-camp classes that combine cardio and strength training. Though classes are typically held outdoors, instructors may move the sessions indoors if there is inclement weather. To maximize each session, participants should bring a mat, a set of dumbbell weights, cold water, a towel, and gloves for ground work. The one-hour classes are held three times per week at the company's eight locations; see the schedule for each location. Sessions begin on March 18 with additional sessions staring on April 22 and May 27. To see a full list of session start dates, please see the entire schedule here. Though clients are asked to sign up for one class that meets three days a week, they can attend other classes at any other time or location up to six days a week.
Texas Boot Camp Fitness
Texas Boot Camp Fitness's certified trainers fortify physiques with an ever-shifting compendium of exercises performed in an outdoor setting. Attendees of all fitness levels sprint and jump toward fitness goals, lifting their own body weight when performing pushups, chin-ups, and acts of levitation. Arms hoist weights, resistance bands stretch between partners, and friendly competitions reveal hidden stores of stamina and strength. Pushing beyond pure leadership of boot-camp classes, instructors supplement workouts with nutritional guidance and lifestyle advice. In the interest of safe and easy mirroring, coaches emphasize clean technique rather than speed or the benefits of cloning.
“Great class! It is very hard if you haven't worked out in a while but it whips you into shape fast”
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