Not necessarily. We have all fitness levels and ages in our boot camps. We encourage all new participants to go at their own pace when first starting our boot camp. We encourage those that are new or have not worked out in some time to take as many breaks as they want. Most importantly our trainers keep a watchful eye and usually tell someone to take a break even before they decide to.
To get maximum benefit you’ll need to participate at least 3 days per week and as many as 4 or 5 if you like.
Our month to month program is $179 per month. Our most popular program is our 6 month membership for only $79 per month.
No, if you choose our month to month membership. Our six month membership does require a commitment to honour the full six months in order to receive the drastic discount. After the initial six months that membership continues on at the same low rate month to month unless you decide to cancel when the six months has ended.
Simply call 877-850-5237 to schedule your first appointment for the day, class time and location you would like to attend. Your information and payment will be taken at that time.
You’ll need to arrive 10-15 minutes before class begins. You will be asked to fill out our liability waiver. You will need to bring water, towel, yoga mat and light dumbbells. Females are to bring a pair of 5 lb. and 10 lb. weights. Men are to bring a pair of 10 lb. and 15 lb. weights.
It depends on your fitness level. Even the most experienced exercisers may experience soreness when a new routine or intensity is introduced to the body. The severity of soreness will depend on your physical condition. Some soreness is to be expected especially if you have not worked out in some time. This is also the reason to pace yourself. If you play it smart and listen to your trainer he or she will tell you when to back off so you won’t be nearly as sore as if you went all out.
A typical rule of thumb is 2/3 of and oz. of water per pound of bodyweight. So a 135 lb. female would drink 89 oz. of water a day. A 175 lb. male would drink 115 oz. of water per day.
Ample energy and a steady stomach are two keys to a great workout. But people often skip pre-exercise meals due to lack of time or not knowing what to eat. These are some examples that are quick and easy to prepare.
This is not necessarily a bad thing. What’s happening is your body is responding to exercise and better food choices that people typically make when embarking on a fitness program. The body is picking up wanted muscle that has been typically starved and untrained. While this is happening your body is dropping fat. You cannot determine that by the scale but you can by testing your body fat and that fact that your clothes are looser. What’s happening is the metabolism (which is muscle) is being restored. That’s a good thing because people tend to age quicker by starving their bodies and or just not giving the body proper nutrients. Once the body is put under stress exercising and feed good quality nutrients the body responds quickly. No need to panic especially when your clothes are fitting looser while the scale is going up. It's a temporary state. Remain with the process and your scale will begin to go down.
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