SGT Peterson's Coupons and Deals
A military-inspired, team-building workout conditions bodies to awaken at dawn, march miles without complaining, and follow the instructions of anyone with an impressive hat. Drill your way to fitness with this Groupon. Choose from Three Options $34 for a boot-camp package (a $358.50 total value) Six weeks of boot-camp workouts (a $178.50 value) One-on-one introductory session to prepare fitness seekers for their group workouts (an $80 value) 30-day Proven Process Packet filled with workout and nutrition information (a $100 value) Access to all workouts on calendar except for Top Gun Performance School workouts $34 for a Top Gun Performance School ...
The Fine Print
Limit 1 per customer, up to 3 additional as gifts • Reservations required and subject to availability • Merchant cancellation/re-scheduling policy of 24 hours applies; voucher subject to forfeiture • One-on-one meeting required prior to bootcamp workout • All workouts must be redeemed by same customer
We all know it's easier to get in a great workout when you have a group and a trainer supporting and motivating you in everything you're doing, and that's exactly what happens at SGT Peterson's: • $49 ($235 value) for an entire month of unlimited boot camp workouts • Includes a PT session and 30-point body flexibility/range of motion evaluation • Fitness center located in Minneapolis A Full-Body Workout Minneapolis native and Air Force and Army veteran Sergeant Tim Peterson and his dedicated staff want to get to know you and share effective techniques that'll leave you feeling the burn. Forget about memberships and long-term contracts -- instead, focus on burpees, planks, explosive cardio moves, kickboxing, and other forms of military and speed and agility-inspired workouts that'll help drastically improve your fitness. These workouts constantly change, so you'll break free from boredom and plateaus. Plus, the personal training session offers customized attention for your unique needs. SGT Peterson's Website | Facebook
Former Air Force Sergeant Tim Peterson pairs military principles with high-intensity workouts to inspire positive change in his clients