*** 10 Bootcamps for only $10/each!!! ***
Available to all new clients
The Explosion Fitness definition for New Client:
1. Anyone who has not been to a Bootcamp at Explosion.
2. Former clients who have not been to a bootcamp for at least 6 months.
3. Your first boot camp is on us. Come in, workout and see for yourself how great it is!
4. All you have to do is go to our website, click on Programs and go to the bottom left column (in red). Click on Forms/Special events and fill out the health/liability waiver. Then you're ready for your free trial session.
What about our loyal clients?
We definitely thought about you! We appreciate your business, so we came up with a plan for you to get the same deal. All you have to do is find a friend who wants to have fun and get in shape with you. When your friend signs up for the 10 for $10/each bootcamps, we'll give you the same deal.
This offer is good through Valentine's Day, so bring your sweetie along with you. Remember our motto: Couples who sweat together, stay together!
What is Bootcamp?
A favorite of twenty-somethings and up, bootcamp will help you get in shape! Incorporating cardio, strength training, flexibility and balance into every class, you will get a total body workout. It is good for people who want to lose weight, gain strength, help their heart and lungs, and age gracefully.
During your first session, our trainers will assess your capabilities and have you start where you are, pushing a little with every class so you will continue to get stronger, more flexible and get your heart in great condition. Each trainer has a different spin on their workout routines as they are in control of the exercises.
Bootcamps are broken down into circuits and sets within the circuits. Typically, circuits include upper body, lower body and core. Cardio is added into each set, or can be a set by itself. Cardio can be running, skipping, running boxes, med ball slams, granny tosses, etc.
Many of the exercises we incorporate are compound, which means they work more muscles at one time. An example of a compound exercise would be front planks. Front planks are known as core exercises, however they also work arms, shoulder blades, back, gluts, and legs (if you're doing it right). Planks also stretch muscles as well as strengthen.
Whether your goal is to run a marathon, gain muscle mass or just be able to get up the stairs without huffing and puffing, our personal trainers can help you!
Come in and give our Bootcamps a chance. You'll be glad you did!
Call 513.870.0203 with any questions.