Trainer and fitness guru Justin Bradshaw modeled SGT. H20's CombatSwim after the rigorous training he received as an Army diver. His challenging exercises encourage full-body fitness, using workouts that build stamina, boost metabolism, improve swimming skills, and promote weight loss. Incorporating the best of land-based cross-training systems, CombatSwim includes plenty of high-intensity interval training and pulse-hiking calisthenics. In the pool, water adds extra resistance that amplifies the effects of the exercises, which include swimming sprints, endurance swimming, and treading water with weights. Designed to sharpen the mind as well as the body, CombatSwim leaves exercisers with the same confidence and conditioning as some of the world's elite military warriors.
Oklahoma Fit's experienced personal trainers lead students through rigorous classes focused on burning calories, melting fat, and building community. Operating out of multiple locations, 90-minute boot-camp sessions host up to 25 fit-seekers indoors or 40 during outdoor sessions. Maintaining a sense of variety during both classes and personal training sessions, trainers employ a variety of strength-building equipment, such as car tires, punching bags, water jugs, free weights, and medicine balls, to help students achieve the body-changing results they desire. Outdoor workouts take place adjacent to the gym when weather permits for a workout fueled by fresh air, the rising or setting sun's warmth, and grass's supportive follicles. The instructors treat their students like family, giving each member attention and motivating students with boundless energy and inspirational messages hanging on the gym’s walls.
Strength of Mind and Body and Strength of Mind Behavioral Health share more than just a campus and half a name. Founded in the belief that balance requires psychological and physical fortitude, the two wellness centers partner together to help clients achieve happier, more peaceful lives. Led by owner Teresa McIlroy, the team behind Strength of Mind and Body step up to the plate with four distinct services–Pilates, personal training, yoga, and wellness coaching. In Pilates classes (both mat and Reformer), instructors help students strengthen cores, improve alignment, and look really serene, and yoga sessions increase flexibility and improve balance.
Fueled Fitness rejects workout monotony for dynamic, boot-camp-inspired training held seven days a week. Each class whittles frames with a routine of resistance-training techniques, including pushups, lunges, and squats for dodging ice-cream men as they fly predatorily overhead. Boot-camp instructors also enlighten students with a healthful nutrition plan that promotes internal fitness in tandem with physical exertion. Choose to enlist with a roster of 5–10 comrades, and Fueled Fitness will bring boot camp to your choice of location based on its trainers' previous scheduling and nocturnal or diurnal sleep cycles. Regardless of location, many regular clients note a slew of postcamp benefits, including flatter bellies, slimmed physiques, and toned muscles.
Pure’s exercise regimens take a modern approach to fitness by mixing a variety of nontraditional workouts. The month-long boot camp employs calisthenics, weight training, sports drills, short distance running, Pilates, and boulder punching to mold muscles, carve out cankles and elucidate abstract abs. Pure's friendly, supportive instructors welcome work-outers of all shapes, sportsbilities, and shoe sizes; they strive to make exercises meet the needs of each attendee, and classes are limited to 20 people to allow the utmost individual attention.
Free from the competitive environment of a testosterone-stuffed gym or mixed-martial hopscotch tournament, women's boot camp encourages the estrogen-enhanced of all ages, skill levels, and abilities to motivate each other in a comfortable group setting. Adventure's certified trainers in Tulsa and Owasso constantly challenge participants to achieve higher levels of fitness. Each class takes you through a variable variety of body-blasting, calorie-pulverizing exercises that might include core conditioning, short-distance running, jumping rope, obstacle courses, and a few last-minute surprise twists, such as discovering that boot camp was all a dream. You'll also get an orientation, initial fitness screening, nutrition and meal plan, and fitness reports.