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. Improve your chances of survival with today's Groupon: for $35 you get four weeks of boot-camp fitness classes (a $157 value) with TSC Fitness. This Groupon is redeemable at locations in Land O' Lakes, Brandon, Tampa, and Wesley Chapel (Land O' Lakes and Wesley Chapel locations will be moved to Lutz in January).
TSC's one-woman roster is headlined by Carrie Kukuda, a National Board certified personal trainer and life coach that designs her boot-camp routines to exploit the myriad waist-trimming and muscle-toning uses of kettlebells, dumbbells, and cardiovascular exercises. Groupon buyers will have the opportunity to participate in up to three classes per week during a four-week period under the tutelage of The Someday Coach herself, participating in body-changing, never the same boot-camp workouts that include sweat-manufacturing kettlebell swings, squats, weight presses, and more. Unlike bowler hat camp, which is only good for hiding behind apples in surrealist paints, boot-campers can expect to burn hundreds of calories per session; should students continue through six weeks of the body-shaping regimen they could potentially drop 10–25 pounds of fat, lose 3–8 inches off their waists, and drop one to two dress sizes.
The Pasco Tribune featured Carrie Kukuda's life-altering services:
- 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
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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.