Our 4 week fitness program offers a safe, effective total body workout. One day we might be doing a cardiovascular workout and strength training, the next day we might be doing partner exercises, athletic drills and body weight exercises. By varying your workout, you will see results faster and you'll never be bored.
The trainers at Nu Shape Personal Training help women meet their fitness goals through Zumba dance-fitness sessions, group boot camps, and in-home personal training. Whether clients undertake group classes or one-on-one training, the programs are designed to bring structure and purpose to workouts.
When Dean Rafferty first began his personal-training career, he was a jack of all trades who helped clients reach goals ranging from sport-specific achievements to fat loss. But this didn't last long. Immediately, he found that he got the most reward out of seeing the look on a weight-loss client's face after stepping on the scale to see it read 30 pounds lighter. That was when he began working exclusively with people seeking to lose weight and get fit.
Today, he leads indoor boot-camp classes designed to do just that. The sessions challenge students to push themselves through fun, fast-paced exercises while motivating each other and fostering a sense of community. Dean pairs these workouts with simple nutrition plans that help students fuel their weight-loss journeys.
Babe’s Bootcamp's founder, Kristine Barry, use her skills as a certified yoga instructor, personal trainer, and group-exercise instructor to whip her students into tip-top shape during one-hour total-body workouts. Medford High School's indoor gym, weight room, and outdoor field serve as participants' stomping grounds on weeknights. As Kristine makes use of a variety of exercise techniques, students should bring a water bottle, towel or yoga mat, and pocket-sized personal cheerleader to each class.
Cofounders Jill Tomich and Peter Lavelle had both been active in the fitness world before they opened Ultimate Bootcamp in 2004. Jill threw her energies into boxing, ballet, yoga, and blogging for a wedding diet-and-fitness website, and Peter, a native Irishman, was a triathlete. In all his pursuits, Peter adhered to the motto "We're not here for a long time?we're here for a good time."
This credo infuses all of the boot-camp programs. Campers from all across the fitness spectrum find accommodation as the workouts meet them close to home. Trainers never push too far, but always challenge. An energetic mix of outdoor-resistance and interval training layers patrons in svelte muscle, builds strength, and burns calories to promote weight loss more effectively than a rice cake's PR agent. Far from the stereotypical idea of a boot camp, encouragement and support roll in from instructors who foster cooperation and camaraderie between fellow boot campers.
In Robby Blanchard's biography photo on his website, he prepares to lift a heavily stacked barbell. The determination is clear on his face—the same determination that carried him through a bachelors of science in exercise, an MBA in Business Management, three CrossFit-training certifications in varying styles, not including the fact he's a USA Weightlifting-Certified Sports Performance Coach. Today he shares his determination and all his fitness knowledge with at his training camp, CrossFit Reach.
During workouts, Robby and two other resident coaches push students through an array of exercises that change every session to boost the body's ability to perform in the 10 domains of fitness, which include power, speed, flexibility, and agility. To do so, students might perform exercises requiring them to run, jump, weightlift, and eventually perform all of those elements at once, immediately qualifying them for a life in the circus.