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Boot camp fitness has become extremely popular and are popping up in many local parks and gyms. They are easy to spot — small groups sprinting, jumping and doing push ups in synch under the watchful eye of personal trainers. Nope, they aren’t military cadets or a high school football team; these are adult fitness boot camp participants who’ve paid a fee to be put through the paces by a personal trainer.
Fitness boot camps offer an opportunity to build your strength and endurance. But make sure you know what to expect before marching into boot camp.
Just as the armed forces are experimenting with changes to boot camp, such as adding yoga and Pilates, fitness buffs are signing up for boot camp workouts modeled on old-school military training. What’s the appeal of a boot camp workout? Building strength, endurance and agility to conquer your daily routine. But are you up to the challenge?
Boot camp workouts can vary but generally include a fairly intense mix of strength training and aerobic elements. One boot camp workout might stress calisthenics while another stresses military-style drills. Some even incorporate martial arts moves.
In pretty much all cases, however, you can expect to do calisthenics, such as pullups, pushups, lunges and crunches, as well as drills and sprints. In essence, a boot camp workout is a type of interval training bursts of intense activity alternated with intervals of lighter activity.
The goal of a fitness boot camp is to provide a whole-body workout that builds strength and endurance. Boot camp workouts also attract many people because they:
Offer a more challenging and varied workout. Requires little or no special equipment. Create a sense of camaraderie among the participants
Fitness boot camps are taking the place of many traditional exercise classes and while they are a great way to build fitness fast, there are some things you should look for when picking a fitness boot camp. And there are some things that should have you running the other way.
Efficient – You can often get a whole body strength and cardio workout in each one-hour session.
Motivational – When you exercise with a group of people there is built-in motivation.
Low Cost – By sharing the personal trainer you get a reduced rate.
Something Different – Boot camp workout break up the boredom and monotony of the same old gym or cardio workouts.
Educational – Most boot camp instructors start and end the session with some fitness, health or nutrition education so you learn as you train.
Portable – The exercises you learn at boot camp classes can be done nearly anywhere with minimal equipment, so you can learn new ways to exercise anywhere.
Interval Training Emphasis – The nature of the boot camp makes it a perfect way to perform interval training on a regular basis.
One Size Fits All – A boot camp workout is designed with some basic exercises that should accommodate a variety of different fitness levels, but you often have to adjust your workout to fit your personal fitness level and goals.
Steep Learning Curve – The first week of a boot camp workout will probably be a bit frustrating as you learn the routines and deal with soreness from starting a new routine. In order for these workouts to get results, you’ll need to stick with it for a month or more.
Scheduling – Most boot camps are scheduled for early morning or early evening.
Safety – Make sure that your boot camp class requires a fitness assessment before they put you through a full-on workout.
Warm Up and Cool Down – A boot camp class should always begin with a warm up and end with a cool down.
Exercise Modification – Boot camp workouts are good for a variety of fitness levels as long as the instructor is able to offer modifications to make each exercise easier or harder depending upon your level. The teacher should also be able to suggest modifications of the exercise to accommodate beginners, advanced exercisers, and those with specific limitations and be be welcoming to all participants.
Once you sign up with us for your new found fascinating and exciting Boot camp training with us, you will be entitled for the following:
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