Choose from Three Options
- $69 for one 911 Fitness Challenge weight-loss contest for a team of three ($147 value)
- $89 for one 911 Fitness Challenge weight-loss contest for a team of four ($196 value)
- $119 for one 911 Fitness Challenge weight-loss contest for a team of five ($245 value)
Each team selects a team captain to receive the link for their fitness journal. On the site, members record their body measurements on January 13, which are then assessed and authorized by a trainer before submitting them to the Fitness Challenge staff. On April 13, a second round of measurements is recorded and the team that loses the most fat and gains the most muscle is awarded a $5,000 grand prize. Registration proceeds benefit the Shriner's Hospitals for Children. See the rules and regulations here.
Throughout Jim Sayih’s career, he’s helped people from all walks of life get in shape. He’s created fitness programs used by the US Secret Service and SWAT teams. He's chatted with President Bill Clinton about the childhood obesity epidemic and dedicated himself to mapping out classes, exercises, and lifestyle plans. And Jim was so inspired by the races he's run while pushing his son Michael, who has cerebral palsy, that he organized Michael's Special 5K Run/Walk, where runners pushed riders in wheelchairs.
Today, Jim shares that lifelong love of fitness through Broward County Adventure Boot Camp. He and Rhonda Core—an American Council on Exercise–certified trainer—give their clients the extra push they need to get in shape. The boot-camp routines constantly change to keep participants engaged and muscles from rebelling. On any given day, students might be practicing Pilates, doing yoga, overcoming obstacle courses, or going on a hike. Before new attendees start camp, the trainers invite them in for an evaluation to answer any questions, take a few measurements, and record their body-fat percentage so their results can be more easily tracked over time.
93% of 41 customers recommend
“Class is good for kids but instructors waste too much time playing around and are not too attentive on children's form during exercises. Furthermore, they dedicate...”
“Class is good for kids but instructors waste too much time playing around and are not too attentive on children's form during exercises. Furthermore, they dedicate too much time on games, ex 30 min on dodgeball alone!”
“I enjoyed working out here & would recommend it!”