What You'll Get
Before kettlebells were invented, early American settlers lifted piping-hot kettles to get in shape, causing a hot-water shortage and fueling the colonists' decision to throw useless teabags into Boston Harbor. Declare independence from your love handles with today's Groupon: for $30, you get a five-class punch card to KettleBell BootKamp at True Health Studio (a $65 value) in Aurora.
Russian Kettlebell–certified instructor Steve Bradford of True Health Studio helps clients sculpt slim, strong physiques in heart-pounding KettleBell BootKamp classes. During the one-hour sessions, exercisers use kettlebells to whip the entire body into shape, improving strength, flexibility, endurance, and the ability to perform vital every day tasks such as bench-pressing FedEx deliveries and outrunning energy-drink-fueled cheetahs. Small class sizes of 10 or fewer ensure students receive plenty of one-on-one attention and allow Bradford to track individual progress. True Health Studio offers multiple fat-igniting sessions six days a week; check out the schedule for a full listing of class times. All kettlebell wielders exercise barefoot, rendering typical gym footwear such as sneakers and sandals made out of sweatbands unnecessary.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 15, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Must be 18 or older. Must sign waiver. New clients only. Subject to availability. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About True Health Studio
True Health Studio liquidates excess fat with intense, back-to-basics classes that focus on intentional movements and no-nonsense techniques. Students tone silhouettes and torch calories in the popular KettleBell BootKamp classes, led by certified Russian Kettlebell instructor Steve Bradford, who teaches moves used by professional athletes. Zumba helps students shed pounds with hip-shaking dance moves, and Ludus boot camps inspire muscles to grow into bigger muscles with unconventional tools such as ropes, hammers, and tires. Classes stay comfortable with no more than 10 students, giving instructors time to work with each participant, modify routines for customized workouts, and survey the class on tortoise-drawn carriages.