Unlike summer camps, boot camps won't require you to put on a fund-raising talent show to stop a nefarious computer company from turning Lake Cowabunga into its new industrial-waste depository. Team up to fight unfitness with today's deal: for $30, you get an unlimited one-month membership (a $100 value) to Bodyzen Boot Camps in Jesse Owens Park. Bodyzen's 30-minute, varying workouts are appropriate for all ages and fitness levels. Kettlebell training, interval-based workouts, throwing old computer monitors at moving targets, and strength exercises are supported by a cast of fast-paced music, coaching, and close to 20 classes per week. The unlimited month-long membership includes a boot camp manual, nutrition manual, and a six-week jump-start meal plan. Free childcare is provided for all weekday evening workouts.
Bodyzen Boot Camps
The trainers at Bodyzen Boot Camps know many workout environments can be intimidating. That's why their outdoor boot-camp sessions are brief, entertaining, and adaptable, featuring exercises with three stages of intensity to suit different strength levels. The 30- to 45-minute classes include kettlebell swings, cardio drills, and bodyweight moves designed to torch fat from physiques of all builds. During the camp's vigorous intervals, instructors patrol their troops with a personal trainer's eye and tailored advice. They continue the trend of individualized treatment after class, when they open the floor for questions and six-pack show-and-tell.
Though they devote much of their energy to fast-paced routines, staff members also highlight the value of proper nutrition. Each camper receives a nutritional manual and a six-week meal plan to guide eating escapades, and optional body-composition analyses keep them up-to-date with their own progress.
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