A strong man wrestles you to the ground to show off; a stronger man boosts your self-esteem and then accidentally breaks three of your ribs with a supportive hug. Learn the tenets of both strength and community with today's militantly muscled Groupon: for $49, you get a four-week, three-day-a-week boot camp from XLR8 Fitness (a $180 value).
The experienced personal trainers at XLR8 are half drill sergeant, half high-school football coach, and half mathematician, but all expert. They want you to go tactical on flab, but not without realistic encouragement and support. In this boot camp, the enemy is predictability. Each day, your instructors will throw down a fresh guerrilla-ambush worth of challenges for your muscles and your brain, fueling constant gains and keeping you engaged. Over the course of the one-hour sessions, you'll run, jump, lift weights, slam through obstacle courses, chase chickens, punch slabs of beef, and end with a live-crocodile wrestle. Early morning and evening classes are offered outdoors at West End Park and the adjacent Coconut Beach, and additional morning classes are conducted at the Hopkins School of Dance in Kenner. Check the schedule to find a class that works for you.
In the heat of your workout, you'll sweat out weakness, fear, and monosodium glutamate while beginning to gain the functional, unsurpassed strength of a body in fluid, powerful motion. At the end of your boot camp, you'll be so ripped and ripply, the ocean will want to surf you. Clear your yard of stray boulders and easily uproot every single inch of pesky kudzu vine in the U.S. with a single slight tug. Register online now or forever hold back your abs.
This Groupon is not valid with any other offers or specials.
- I enjoyed my boot camp experience and am very pleased with my results. I'm amazed at what 4 weeks of boot camp can do....I lost lbs, inches and have more energy. – Eriana, past XLR8 client
- The instructor is not in your face yelling and demoralizing you…. I am on my 3rd Boot Camp and I’m hooked. I don’t have to do it alone anymore. I tell everyone I know about all the accomplishments I’ve made. I believe in myself for the first time in a long time. I’m a work in progress, but I feel better than I have in years. – Brandi Marcade, BeFitNOLA