A strong man wrestles you to the ground to show off; a stronger man boosts your self-esteem and then accidentally breaks three of your ribs with a supportive hug. Learn the tenets of both strength and community with today’s Groupon to The Right Fit, valid at the Cannifton Road and Harder Drive locations in Belleville. Choose between the following options:
- For $19, you get 8 Just Starting or Total Fit boot-camp classes (an $84.75 value).
- For $29, you get 16 Just Starting or Total Fit boot-camp classes (a $169.50 value).<p>
The Right Fit’s motivational trainers push patrons through each one-hour boot-camp class, fulfilling a shared mission to help others find health through exercise. The Just Starting boot camp section caters to ladies with more than 50 pounds to lose, offering a routine that can be modified for those with injuries, physical limitations, or monkeys permanently glued onto their shoulders. Trainers infuse lessons with endless positivity as women perform cardiovascular and strength routines designed to shed pounds. For a more intense sweat session, the Total Fit boot camp corrals women and men to target specific muscles with precise movements. Both Just Starting and Total Fit cap each class on the weekly schedule at 30 attendees to ensure ample trainer-student eye contact, knowing head nods, and assists.
The Right Fit
The certified personal trainers at The Right Fit put a high premium on flexibility. They create programs designed specifically to get clients to their end goals and enhance the chances of success by meeting guests in the gym, at home, or over the Internet. With regimens that focus on fitness or rehabilitation, they channel their kinesiology degrees and athletic backgrounds—trainer Elyse Cole was once a professional hockey player and coach—to hit wellness benchmarks.
To create add a sense of community and encouragement, they offer group classes and running clubs that motivate members through camaraderie. Recognizing that exercise without diet is akin to roller derby without the jousting poles that make the game so fun to watch, registered dietitian Ashley Hartnett introduces several forms of nutritional guidance into programs. She might schedule weigh-ins and assessments, organize support groups, or guide grocery-store visits to help to break unhealthy eating habits.