$25 for a Four-Week Boot Camp at Bootcamp for Women – Body by Ken ($150 Value). Three Options Available.

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Ken Williams and staff lead students of all abilities through high-intensity workouts of running, kickboxing, boxing, and strength training

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Expires Jul 18th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Membership expires 7/18/13. Registration required. Subject to availability. New clients only. Valid for 4 weeks with 2 lessons per week. Classes must be used consecutively. 30 people max per class. Must sign waiver. Must be over 18 or older. May be 16 with guardian permission. Must be used by the same person. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$25 for Four Weeks of Women's Boot-Camp Classes ($150 Value)

Choose from the following start dates:

  • Monday, April 22
  • Monday, May 20
  • Monday, June 24

Customers may attend up to two classes per week. In each session, experienced trainers lead imaginative, high-intensity workouts, including runs across beaches and hills, cardio kickboxing, and strength training with resistance bands and dumbbells. Instructors scale exercises to accommodate each individual student's abilities while challenging them to overcome their previous limitations or past failures. Click here to view the class schedule for each location. Childcare is available at the All Nations Church location for an additional $3 per class.

Bootcamp for Women – Body by Ken

Certified personal fitness trainer Ken Williams’ boot camps were voted Hampton Roads' best in 2011 by the Virginian-Pilot, and he was honored in NV Magazine’s 2011 Movers & Shakers list, a designation for outstanding business people who prove “anything is possible.” Today, he captains a crew of certified trainers in his boot-camp programs while also offering private training and diet coaching. Believing his boot camps can benefit anyone, he trains clients of every stripe, from those looking to shed fat to competitive bodybuilders to local celebrities such as WVEC News 13’s Benita Adams. Each of his workouts aims to challenge fitness seekers both physically and mentally, much like solving math problems with a 130-pound bronze pencil.

In addition to helping clients along the path to healthier selves, Ken commits himself to offering a hand in the local community. He provides motivational speeches at local schools to encourage healthy habits among youth, and conducts food and supply drives for local homeless shelters Haven House and ForKids, Inc.

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