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What You'll Get
The thought of putting on a bathing suit often makes people think about starting a fitness program or getting their anti-beach tattoos removed. Prepare for summer with this Groupon.
$45 for a six-week fat-loss camp and nutrition plan ($338.50 total value)
- Six weeks of fat-loss boot-camp classes (a $220.50 value)
- Personalized nutrition consultation (a $50 value)
- Nutrition-guidance DVD (a $49 value)
- Subscription to “FitPro Newsletter” (a $19 value)
- 12 Fat Loss Secrets Revealed audio program
Boot-camp classes bookend resistance training with fast-paced cardio bursts to progressively shave flab from physiques. Meanwhile, students learn healthier dietary habits from an in-depth nutrition consultation and DVD. Expert trainer Travis Garza remains accessible via his private telephone line or email throughout the six-week program, readily fielding questions and doling out supportive advice. Click here for a class schedule.
The Fine Print
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About Travis Garza's Fat Loss Camps
Travis Garza became a fitness operative at the same time that he officially became an adult, commencing his personal-training career at age 18. As the now-49-year-old progressed to earn his NASM certification and direct multiple training centers, he was constantly mounting a counteroffensive to "fitness fraud" and common gym stressors. Eventually, he created his own workout plans to help to reshape his clients' physiques, taking on the title of "The Master of Body Transformation." His methods have since been featured on KOCO, FOX 25, and KTOK talk radio for their slimming, confidence-building results.
Whether he is leading a fat-loss boot camp or personal-training session, Travis strives to be a steadfast source of support to his students—he always responds to email, telephone, or post-its stuck to lobbed medicine balls. His programs take the holistic route to health by emphasizing nutrition in addition to exercise, providing consultations and take-home resources for clients.