What You'll Get
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In one-hour small-group Boot Camp and Strength sessions, participants build their strength and stamina through floor exercises, balance and resistance training, and obstacle courses covered with exercise balls, rope ladders, chains, bands, and tires. Instructors watch closely before handing out individual coaching and nutrition advice to motivate and account for each participant’s athletic progress. Benefits can include weight loss, increased flexibility and endurance, and enhanced strength and core power, plus the satisfaction and accountability of completing a tough workout.
The Fine Print
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About D1 Sports Training
To say D1 Sports Training is the place where the top players train is almost an understatement. Everyone from Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning to LA Clippers player Chris Paul to retired NFL running back LaDainian Tomlinson has trained at D1. Many of the athletes also own one of the franchises, which are located around the country. The Nashville facility, which Manning has a stake in, is known for an NFL Combine training program that has helped such athletes as Jimmy Graham, DeAngelo Williams, and Tim Tebow get drafted into the NFL.
But the fitness experts at D1 Sports Training don't just sculpt the muscles of professional athletes. They also work with everyday people looking to lose weight, bulk up, or simply be able to push their car into a tight parallel parking spot. They even work with kids as young as 7, fostering coordination, athleticism, and a strong work ethic. Hundreds of kids who have trained at D1 have gone on to receive Division One athletic scholarships.