What You'll Get
Grunt noises are the audible benchmark of a hard workout, unlike gulp noises, which typically only signify the acquisition of a gas station road soda. Give baritone bliss to your chords with today's Groupon: for $70, you get one month of boot camp sessions at Tri-Fitness in Roscoe Village (a $169 value). A month of boot camp equates to 12 total sessions over the course of four weeks; sessions take place every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 6 a.m.–7 a.m.
Tri-Fitness is a premier fitness and sports training facility specializing in enhancing sporty performances for all ages and experience levels. Inside the 10,000-square-foot indoor turf boot camp facility, all-season trainees sweat through a variety of customized exercises. Certified trainers guide dynamic bodies through the fundamental applications of cardio, body weight, and strength training equipment. Ropes, resistance bands, and free weights are commonplace at most sessions, with occasional guest appearances made by spine-coddling medicine balls.
Ron Munvez, a fitness enthusiast with more than 25 years of training experience, founded Tri-Fitness to further his passion for sports excellence. Ron's clients can expect a personalized fitness program that's designed to achieve specific goals in a realistic timeframe. Along the way, the veteran staffers aid in ensuring long-term training, reducing the risk of injury by implementing warm-up movements, postworkout recovery exercises, and a parking lot that is free for all guests, regardless of how burny their calves may be.
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Tri-Fitness's duo of certified trainers help clients, from athletes to those who have never exercised, build their personal fitness through both functional and sports-specific training methods. As the conditioning and speed coach for the Chicago Force women's football team, Tri-Fitness founder Ron Munvez specializes in helping athletes such as runners, golfers, and baseball players fine-tune their bodies for peak performance. He and fellow trainer Brian Lyons lead a vigorous boot-camp program and TRX Suspension classes whose exercise machines use the exerciser’s own body weight to build and tone muscle, accommodating clients of all ages and fitness levels. The recently expanded facility houses a collection of modern fitness equipment, including weighted kettlebells, Schwinn stationary bikes, and giant steel hamster wheels.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 29, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Registration required. Must activate sessions by 3/29/12, sessions expire 1 month from activation date. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.