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$49 for Four Weeks of Aquatic Boot Camp (Up to $169 Value)
Students can choose from two different boot camp sessions each consisting of 12 aquatic boot-camp classes spread across four weeks. During phase 1 classes, ideal for clients with no previous swimming experience, trained instructors lead all drills in shallow water and create a soothing and comfortable experience. Trainers motivate phase 2 aqueous adventurers to slim down with pool sprints, poolside exercises, and water treading with the added resistance of weights. Customers opting for phase 2 sessions must be able to swim 50 yards non-stop and also tread water continuously for five minutes. Students must bring their own equipment, including fins, goggles, and a bathing suit. Phase 2 classes are designed for triathletes, marathoners, CrossFitters, house moms, and anyone else looking for a hardcore challenge. Alternatively fitness seekers of all levels are welcome for phase 1 sessions. Check out the schedule for the Addison, Rockwall, and Southlake locations. Phase 2 sessions are available at all Sgt. H2O's Aquatic Boot Camp locations; Phase 1 classes are available only at the Addison and Southlake locations.
Sgt H20's Combat Swim
Trainer and fitness guru Justin Bradshaw modeled Sgt H20's Combat Swim after the rigorous training he received as an Army diver. Each aquatic session tests fitness practitioners of all ability levels with moves designed to maximize lung capacity, boost swimming speed, and tone the entire body. Water adds extra resistance that amplifies the effects of exercise, and the pool’s gentle gravity proves easy on the joints. Exercisers tackle tasks such as pool sprints, towel swims, treading water with weights, bending submarines over one’s knee, and group exercise drills, as well as aquatic conditioning kicks. In Dallas, Sgt H20's personal training programs entitle trainees to attend complimentary boot-camp classes if they complete three hours of personal training per week. An online depository of nutritional advice helps students keep their weight-loss or healthy-living efforts on track.