Led by fitness coordinator Patricia Moore, Performance Physical Therapy offers a full schedule of bootcamps and fitness classes. Body Blast Bootcamp builds strength and increases energy during 30-minute workouts, while Zumba courses burn calories for students of all ages and abilities. In addition to classes designed for the elderly and those with disabilities, Performance Physical Therapy offers nutrition programs and workplace wellness programs.
A certified life coach and fitness trainer, Lorri Ann Code has been in the fitness industry since she was 17. Her female-focused boot camps are effective, intense, and supportive. The program features a personalized exercise program, nutritional counseling, before and after body tracking, and life coaching.
Viewed from above, Basic Training?s fitness boot camps look like a track meet designed by worker ants. On the ground, participants bound over hurdles, crawl through obstacle courses, and wield heavy objects such as sandbags, sledgehammers, and beer kegs. In actuality, these workouts are designed by a human fitness expert: Rodney Carson, a drill instructor who has trained at military bases such as the Army National Guard Camp San Luis Obispo and the United States Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego.
Based on the Marine Corps physical-training regimen, his boot camps propel participants toward fitness goals while boosting their confidence and breaking their bad habits. Many workouts draw from his experiences preparing for track-and-field events, such as the International Masters Track Circuit, where he won three gold medals for his speedy footwork. Calories melt during his boot camps? sprints and fartlek runs, and bodyweight exercises make muscles more ripply than an ocean preparing a shaken martini. During field-meet days, dodge ball, kickball, and tug-of-war battles jump-start workouts with an extra dose of fun.
Experienced instructors lead each session, inspiring the group with friendly shouts, hearty claps, and tips on form and technique. In addition to helming camps for civilians of all fitness levels, Rodney and his crew train first responders, such as police officers, firefighters, and soldiers, during special-operations sessions.
Alan ?AJ? Vidlund might have had some hint of what he wanted to do with his life when he was playing baseball as a five year old. He grew up in an athletic family and went on to earn a college degrees in fitness, and he's now the owner of LiveFit Boot Camp. He's also a certified trainer, and he'll jump in to lead boot camps there as well.
Those camps keep muscles guessing and attendees engaged with combinations of sprinting, suspension training, kettlebell moves, and other exercises. Trainers will also also check in with no-shows to make sure they?re staying on track. Those instructors include people like Jaron Eliopoulos and Jeffrey Sears. Today they?re playfully dubbed ?The Boot Camp Guys,? but they were merely students of kinesiology when they met in 2005. After bonding over a shared passion for fitness, the two began to move toward their current nickname by leading boot camp on the side of personal-training jobs.
Kaia F.I.T. is about teamwork as much as it is about fitness. Every day, women gather together to form a net of support, keeping each other accountable and catching any among them whose spirit flags. In this environment, they're able to focus on re-teaching their bodies how to move naturally, building strength and endurance while correcting the negative impacts of having a desk job or learning how to juggle life.
Kaia F.I.T.'s flagship program is called BRIK. It's designed to build not only on itself but also on the fitness potential of every woman who signs up. Taking the form of six-week boot camps, these BRIK sessions gradually ramp up the difficulty while incorporating physical assessments and nutritional plans. But that's not all Kaia has to offer. Core classes focus on cardiovascular endurance as well as muscular strength.
Kaia FIT, which was designed by women for women, uses functional fitness training to give clients back the flexibility and strength they had when they were younger. The program relies on daily changing exercises that utilize the athlete's own body weight, restoring female physiques to the adolescent pliability everyone enjoys before they grow their rock-hard exoskeleton after sixth grade.
Programs range in intensity and length, from six-week Brik boot camps, which debut a fresh workout regime for each season, to Saturday Power Hours, which blend interval, strength, and endurance training. Core Session boot-camp classes unfold in five-week intervals between Brik camps and use muscle-confusion techniques to keep bodies in better shape than fad diets or preserving them in amber for swimsuit season would.