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Abby M.
Report | 6 months ago
Very positive and encouraging group!
Mia E.
Report | 7 months ago
Great workout with nice, friendly people! I would recommend this boot camp to anyone that is serious about getting fit.
Shatara J.
Report | 9 months ago
Be prepared to work hard :-)
Namrata R.
Report | 11 months ago
Great camp if you are seriuos about wieght loss and gettign fit. Worth the value .
Sommer W.
Report | a year ago
Definitely a workout..
Amanda S.
Report | a year ago
It's tough but a lot of fun!
Latosha B.
Report | 2 years ago
Nice place; friendly; weight training and cardio training.
Report | 2 years ago
This class is worth the pain! No PAIN..No GAIN! ;-)
Teresa P.
Report | 2 years ago
wish we were outside more and would like to work in a stretch time afterwards
Colleen F.
Report | 2 years ago
The girls all get along nicely. They don't even put locks on the lockers. Honor system. Nice.

From Our Editors

After Randy Woody lost his aunt and grandmother to diabetes and obesity, he became increasingly distressed about his own 320-pound frame. He began researching weight loss and strength training and set to work creating a healthier lifestyle for himself—all at the age of 13. Over the years he was able to whittle away 145 pounds, and eventually became a personal trainer, competitive bodybuilder, and member of the American College of Sports Medicine. He teamed up with Brenda Woody, a fitness trainer and motivational speaker, to start Michigan Women Boot Camp, a weight-loss program that has transformed the lives and bodies of more than 10,000 clients.

Six days a week, the indoor boot-camp sessions challenge students with a rotating lineup of light running, resistance training, obstacle courses, and core exercises. Like scaffolding that reads only transcendentalist literature, the environment is supportive, yet serious. The Woodys only expect campers to perform to their individual ability level, but they ask students to show up as often as five times a week to get real results. The approach must be working; the Woodys boast that approximately 85% of their members are repeat visitors.

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