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What You'll Get
Old photographs rendered hazy images of people in the days before modern exercise turned blurry bodies into sharply cut, high-definition bodies. Get a clear picture of yourself with today’s Groupon to Turbo Training Fitness Center. Choose between the following options:
• For $59, you get one month of fitness boot camp (a $397 value).
• For $69, you get six weeks of fitness boot camp (a $597 value).
Former Mr. Colorado Kent Paul oversees Turbo Training, which is used by the Miss USA contestants from Colorado and Wyoming. Turbo Training sculpts bodies into crisp and tight dimensions with its rigorous exercise program. Participants may attend unlimited workouts per week, Monday through Saturday, for the duration of their Groupon, in a style that uses kinetic angles to isolate muscle groups for maximum sinew slamming. Through squats, push-ups, sit-ups, core training, and intensive exercises such as crawling, lunging, and teleporting, athletes proscribe pudge while enjoying the affably sweaty company of other exercisers. Boot-camp attendees will also receive a nutritional plan and a food-tracking journal system (a $202 value) to keep ongoing records of their caloric intake and feelings about kiwis.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 15, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Must activate by 12/14/11, membership expires 1 month or 6 weeks from activation date. Must sign waiver. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Turbo Training Fitness Center
While spending a summer in Venice, California, scholarship athlete Kent Paul discovered the art of bodybuilding after Ed Connors—the owner of the Gold’s Gym franchise—sensed his potential and began sponsoring him in competitions. During this life changing summer, Paul honed his workout strategies with the help of renowned trainers and nutritionists, kicking off a journey that would eventually lead him to earning a degree in kinesiology, owning his own fitness business, becoming a world-ranked competitive bodybuilder, and winning the title of Mr. Colorado in 1998. Then, after retiring from the sport of bodybuilding, tragedy struck; Paul was involved in a car accident that left him bedridden and suicidal for an entire year. After eventually overcoming his despair, Paul realized that his life calling included more than merely helping others bulk up their muscles—he would develop a total body fitness program that would also incorporate introspection, self-discovery, and inner strength. It was this revelation that led him to open Turbo Training Fitness. He has since garnered endorsements from Donald Trump’s Miss USA and national fitness consultants for his unique approach to inner and outer well-being.
Today, Paul puts his 15,882 hours of experience to use while leading high-impact boot-camp classes, one-on-one or group personal-training sessions, and nutrition programs. He and his team of trainers operate underneath the umbrella of Turbo Training’s personal power program, in which they require clients to fill out a self-assessment packet, list a series of measurable fitness and life goals, and whistle their all-time favorite montage themesongs before flexing one muscle. They’ll then construct a customized fitness and meal program that’s built upon the concepts of accountability and commitment.