Though the 19th-century "bathing costume" remains popular for its ability to hide bodily flaws, contemporary suits create less drag, enabling swimmers to evade rabid sea tigers. Today's Groupon improves your chances of survival with a trim physique from The Someday Coach. For $35, new customers get four weeks of kettlebell boot-camp classes, a $159 value. This Groupon can be redeemed at any of Someday's four locations (Land O' Lakes, Brandon, South Tampa, and Wesley Chapel). You'll sweat two or three days a week, depending on which location you choose. Call ahead to register at your nearest location.
Under the tutelage of The Someday Coach herself, Carrie Kukuda, participants will undergo a body-blasting, ever-changing regimen of Russian kettlebell swinging customized to their individual fitness levels. Having earned her certification in kettlebells, Kukuda designs her workouts to exploit the myriad waist-trimming and muscle-toning uses of these versatile vehicles of vigor.
You can expect to burn 750 calories per session, drop 10–25 pounds of fat, lose 3–8 inches off your waist, and drop one to two dress sizes if you stick with the sweat-making regimen. Along the way, you'll develop more energy and improved confidence, which you can use to enter horse races as one of the horses.
Carrie Kukuda's life-altering services were featured in the Pasco Tribune:
- Kukuda, known as "The Someday Coach," has spent the past three years helping people with goal-setting, lifestyle changes, nutritional plans, exercise plans, budgeting, debt reduction, credit education, organizational skills and time management. "I can help people get past what they are stuck in," said Kukuda of Land O' Lakes. "I help people to identify their goals, put a strategic plan in place, help them to identify what obstacles they will encounter and help them come up with ways to overcome them - and then they take action." – Suzanne M. Schmidt
Customer testimonials on The Someday Coach are filled with kettlebelling praise:
- Carrie was inspiring and I learned so much more about kettlebells from her instruction and immediate feedback than I had previously done in the past 11 months of training by books and videos. – Lincoln McNeil, Sr.
- Coming to the first Kettlebell class was a little intimidating. I was not sure if swinging around a weight would work for me. I was so wrong. Carrie has taught me so much and I'm completely addicted to kettlebells. – Sandra Sanchez
Get A Grip Total Fitness
Certified personal trainer, Carrie Kukuda, pulls from her own weight-loss and exercise trials when coaching her students through kettlebell, boot-camp, or personal-training sessions. Her 45- to 60-minute boot-camp sessions motivate exercisers through kettlebell training, TRX resistance work, running, and yoga moves to tone muscles and jump-start heart rates. In addition to exercise, nutrition guidance leads patrons in slimming down with heart-healthy and energizing meals that eschew bacon-wrapped donuts stuffed in bacon-wrapped donuts. Throughout all programs, Carrie inspires participants to soldier on with endless positive motivation and fitness tips for all types of students.