Without gyms, people would resort to outdated fitness techniques such as swimming and pushing Model Ts up slight inclines. Celebrate contemporary fitness with today's Groupon: for $29, you get a four-week unlimited Farmington Valley Fitness Boot-Camp membership at Tyler English Fitness in Canton (up to a $297 value).
Tyler English Fitness' warehouse gym contains no machines, no mirrors, and no televisions, keeping the focus on high-intensity, fat-burning workouts and strength training. Weekday sessions last roughly 45 minutes and are composed of warm-ups, extreme obstacle stations, and a cool-down period. To support personal slenderization outside the gym, members also get a group grocery-shopping trip and nutrition seminar to help plan meals and meet nutritional requirements. Clients may feel results in as little as one week and notice slimming effects within a few weeks if workout and sustenance regiments are followed as prescribed. Challenging boot-camp captains administer guidance, instruction, good motivators, and support and are always willing to answer fitness campers' inquiries. Boot campers should plan to bring an oversized towel or yoga mat, sweat towel, and water to their first session. Boot camps follow a three-weeks on, one-week off schedule.
Though Farmington Valley Fitness Boot Camp offers a two-week free trial for new clients, this Groupon includes an additional week of camp plus gym access for one week, and still offers the best deal available.
- The atmosphere is of encouragement and you know you are getting an excellent work out with people that want you to see you succeed and care about your progress. – glasgow001, Google Maps
- The workout is always a surprise, NEVER BORING. I walk in asleep and walk out sweaty, tired, and energized for the day!!! – Elisabeth, Google Maps
Tyler English Fitness
Tyler English knows the look of frustration. In his ten years as a fitness professional in Connecticut, he has helped thousands of health-seekers who feel bored or fatigued by solo workouts at big health clubs find a better path. At his gym, he promotes what he calls an “anti-health-club” environment, enlivening workouts while aiming to quickly whittle fit and healthy bodies through his innovative programs. English, a professional natural bodybuilder and author, leads metabolic-conditioning workouts, which boost the body’s anaerobic and aerobic capacity with interval-based cardio. He also folds in a series of strength sessions that incorporate moves with dumbbells, resistance bands, kettlebells, medicine balls, and medicine balls encased in concrete. Tyler also counts on The Diet Doc's weight-loss program through nutritional guidance.