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What You'll Get
Before the Greeks accidentally invented exercise while running from lightning-wielding gods, humans did pull-ups on one another’s facial hair, resulting in rock-hard arms and chest-length beards. Embrace ultra-modern advancements in all-body exercise with today’s Groupon: for $30, you get one month of Refugee Fit Camp and a 30-day personalized nutrition plan from Twork it Out Fitness (a $199 value). Sessions are held at Climb Iowa in Grimes.
The Refugee Fit Camp offered by Twork it Out Fitness helps average-built Iowans build Popeye-esque muscle mass by using a high-intensity interval training camp that burns calories faster than regular exercise while raising metabolism. Targeting pupils’ strength, core, and cardio, Twork It Out’s instructors lead 35-minute sessions that use the sloth-abolishing power of dumbbells, medicine balls, TRX suspensions, resistance bands, and a soothing soundtrack of super slo-mo Joe Biden sound bytes. This deal also includes a 30-day nutrition plan, which will focus on your favorite fruits, veggies, and whole-wheat offerings, making the first month of a fitness-based New Year’s resolution easier than stealing candy from a poorly monitored candy silo.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 5, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Must activate classes and plan by 1/5/2012, classes expire 1 month from activation date. Registration required. 24-hour cancellation notice. No cash back. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Twork It Out Fitness
Sophin Sarin’s passion for fitness ignited when he started playing sports in middle school, and his desire to share it with others has not wavered since. He founded Twork It Out Fitness to help his clients fit into healthier lifestyles through hard work and discipline. His 35-minute boot-camp classes require resolve, as students power through interval-training workouts that build muscle and strengthen the cardiovascular system. As with any sustained period of intense exercise, metabolism stays stoked afterward, burning more calories in a 48-hour period without having to train yourself to sleep-jog. Classes meet four days a week, with morning and evening sessions to convenience an array of schedules.