Mission Fit Camp's team of highly qualified boot camp pros offer a boot camp program tailored for men and women of multiple experience levels, including beginners. During Mission Fit Camp's hour-long fitness classes, participants work a different muscle group each day of the week with a mix of cardio and strength-building exercises. With classes getting more difficult from weeks one to four, beginners are able to hop into week 1 with ease. Classes are led seven days a week in San Diego's Mission Hills Pioneer Park, downtown by the San Diego Convention Center stairs, and around Sail Bay in Pacific Beach. Trainers Blake and Gwen lead rewarding workouts that make use of each location's ample grassy spaces, stairs, and waterfront paths. All fitness equipment is provided, as well as friendly squirrels, who are known to give a thumbs-up to passersby.
During Pacific Coast Kettlebells' boot-camp classes, exercisers bounce from one timed movement to the next with short breathers in between. At one station, they might do kettlebell swings or pull-ups, at the next, they might grunt through presses or tire flips. It's all part of an approach that balances intense cardio exercise with strength training in an effort to build lean, muscular physiques. Thanks to the nature of this approach, classes at Pacific Coast Kettlebells are quick and efficient. Classes are personal, too, since groups are capped at 15 exercisers.
Certified trainer Jake Welton strives to challenge and satisfy each student?s inner athlete. Answered Fitness helps build fitness regimens tailored to each client?s age, sex, and preexisting experience while helping build confidence and improved energy. Jake typically warms up clients with light weight and resistance work that puts the body in the fat-burning zone, then unleashes a slew of strength and core-conditioning exercises to build lean muscle and improve endurance.
Fitness has always been part of Alex Medina's life. After playing football and running track in high school, he knew he wanted to channel his athletic ability into something more meaningful, and joined the Marine Corps. During his five years of service, he learned to fly a plane and spent numerous hours in the sky, which led him to study at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. He then went on to Mueller College, where he became a sports nutrition specialist, a certified personal trainer, and a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
Though a lot has changed for Alex since high school, his passion for fitness remains. In addition to playing semi-pro football, he now owns Fit 2 Ripped Fitness?an outdoor boot-camp program. Along with his fellow trainers, he leads fit-seekers in burning calories and building muscles during always-varying, high-intensity routines. One day, you might swing kettlebells and do push-ups, and then next you might do crunches and flip tires end-over-end until they agree to personally train you.
DavisFit’s 60-minute San Diego boot camp classes help clients sweat away cellulite, spare tires, and love handles while strengthening their muscles at Ski Beach on Mission Bay. The classes whip up a fluctuating list of exercises, such as running, agility drills, plyometrics, and resistance training to kick monotonous workout regimes and sulky couch-potato apparitions to the curb. Today’s torso-tuning package includes one-on-one support from two certified personal trainers, nutritional education and support, body-fat assessments, and before-and-after photos as proof of identity for astonished friends and disbelieving bank tellers.
At Noah's Bay Watch Boot Camp, trainer and nutritionist Noah Grime leads boot-camp classes that cover cardio and cross-training principles in a scenic beachfront environment. Fresh air, rich with salt water and sunshine, keeps spirits high as Noah cheerfully motivates students through a variety of routines designed to boost energy and tone muscles. Once workouts conclude, he arms students with nutritional advice and vegan dieting tips.