Boot Camps in Ann Arbor

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Each boot camp spans four weeks of exercise, with classes held up to five days a week. Classes might meet indoors or out, depending on which of the nine locations a client chooses to attend, but the regimen of exercise remains the same. Trainers cook up new routines daily, which might include fitness kickboxing, jump-roping, obstacle courses, or sport yoga, in which the class plays a scrimmage using the first student who manages to contort themselves into the shape of a football.

601 West Stadium Boulevard
Ann Arbor,
MI
US

Elaine Economou and Robin Krienke founded Move to help others live healthier, happier lifestyles. Together, they boast 20 years of professional exercise and wellness experience, including time spent working as instructors of Pilates and Gyrotonic?two of the many disciplines they now offer within their tranquil studio. Variety is key here?Pilates practitioners, for instance, choose from mat and equipment classes that include Pilates Reformer and Cardio-Tramp, Pilates with props, Pilates for golfers and pre- and post-natal Pilates, among others. Yoga devotees can choose from styles such as vinyasa flow, power vinyasa, and core yoga. Wellness and nutritional coaching helps students maximize the effects of their workouts, while massage therapists knead away muscular tension and the emergency pizza dough most exercisers carry on their backs. In addition to all these wellness services, Move also contains a juice and smoothie bar where fresh libations usher vitamins into daily diets, as well as an on-site boutique that hooks shoppers up with fitness apparel, accessories, and skincare products.

3780 Jackson Road
Ann Arbor,
MI
US

A master’s degree in kinesiology and certification as a personal trainer from the National Academy of Sports Medicine were just the beginning for Steve Sherer. He coached himself to the USA National Championships race in 2006, ran the fastest indoor mile by an American in 2008, and later that year, competed through the third round of Olympic trials for outdoor track. He is now a published author who has made it to four national championships.

Steve relays his self-starting techniques to students during boot-camp classes. One boot camp focuses on boosting heart health and blasting fat, especially through high-intensity moves and running; the other works to bulk up bodies all over. He also uses his extensive knowledge of nutrition and injury prevention to help his pupils improve their own athletic prowess.

8430 Chamberlin Road
Dexter,
MI
US