Healthy meal options and exercise can lead to a healthier lifestyle in general, in which you don’t spend as much time leaving threatening voicemails before going to bed. Be a health nut with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $29 for 12 classes (an $80 value)
- $39 for 16 classes and three months of online meal planning (a $145 value)
- $99 for 8 classes and 4 personal training sessions (a $360 value)<p>
The signature boot-camp classes splinter into nine distinct varieties, including full-body workouts, cardio strike, gut buster, and body-weight classes. The schedule also brims with group classes such as cardio kickboxing, indoor cycling, Pilates, and yoga. Personal training sessions allow clients to focus on their specific fitness needs in a private setting.Those who opt for the 16-class option also score access to an online meal-planning system, which walks clients through the process of creating balanced, complete meals with their favorite foods.
The Boot Camp Guy
After attending boot camps for a while, Maizah's motivation fizzled and she dropped the course. But refusing to accept defeat— even if it weren't his own—The Boot Camp Guy's cofounder, Chris Brown, gave her a call and made a case. He showed her some before-and-after shots of people she'd met at the sessions before she left—and was astounded by their transformations.
"That could have been me," she kept thinking. So she headed back to class determined that this time, it would be. Months later, she'd gone from a size 16/18 down to a size 12 with extra energy to boot.
As a former Marine with 14 years of professional fitness experience and a passion for helping people reach their goals, Chris knows that boot camp isn't about the stereotypical screaming drill sergeants depicted on TV. Instead, he and his trainers employ a realistic, no-scales and no-diets philosophy and focus on supplying their students with the motivation they need. They identify each student's fitness level within moments and calibrate their workouts accordingly, pitching the signature boot-camp classes at beginner, intermediate, and expert levels. This approach seeks to get students to their own desired level of "skinny", whether that's a size two, size 14, or any other goal. The trainers further outfit their boot-camp base model with nine different tracks—with one designed to shed weight—and total-body sessions up the ante with weights, resistance bands, and mat exercises to strengthen entire physiques rather than honing in on left pinkies. They also encourage students to eat the food they enjoy, and to be mindful of which nutrients their body needs to address deficiencies and restore balance.
The fitness menu unfurls a feast of other group classes. Cycle circuits combine intensive spinning with ab work on the turf and toning dumbbell drills. Cardio-kickboxing classes blend aerobics, boxing, and martial arts. All told, they offer more than 100 classes each month from their well-stocked studio, which the staff stocks with free weights, strength-training machines, exercise balls, and resistance bands, as well as a recently added indoor obstacle course.