BOOT CAMP TRAINING

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Crossfit Exercise

Our Boot Camp program focuses on the entire muscle groups of the body to provide a structured full body exercise each week.

 

Our goal is to educate you on the program, to safely guide you through the battery of exercises, and to transform your body into a well-organized and toned machine. You definitely will not want to miss out on this!

Our Structure

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  • Stability/Mobility – The start of Boot Camp program begins with a stability and mobility exercises to gradually warm up the body and prepare the “core” for exercise. We will provide a working knowledge of how to keep your abs and hips secure during the warm-up portion.

  • Warm-up – An exercise circuit will gradually build in intensity to ready your body for training. This will include a variety of exercises ranging from sports training to “old school” feats such as jumping jacks. There will be dynamic stretching movements to further loosen up muscles. Your form and core stabilization will be evaluated throughout warm up.

  • The Boot Camp Workout – Another set of circuits after the warm-up which is the staple Boot Camp program. There are three sets of circuits, each will be different, and breaks are given after each set is completed. Exercises in each set will vary as will the format of the circuit to keep things fresh.

  • Full Body – Here we focus on every muscle in your body. The starting point will vary and will build up to incorporating each muscle during the exercise.

Chest, Back, Shoulders – The focus is on the major muscles of your upper body. The bigger muscle groups in the upper body are significant to posture and general health and guides your movement. We will teach you how to stabilize your joints while performing these major muscle exercises correctly to reduce the likelihood of injuries.

​Leg and Abdominals – These muscle groups are important for moving the body, stabilizing it and avoiding injury. Building and strengthening these muscle groups is important for it provides a strong center on these components of your body.​​

​​Arms and Abs – The focus here is on arm and core strength. Arms are a focus in this session because they help the major muscle groups become more efficient in their movement.​

Cool Down/stretch – Here we will slow the body down with some light movement patterns and/or stretching. It is essential to cool down and assess your recovery.

​​Finisher – The Finisher is a great way to end the boot camp exercise program. This consists of 2-3 varying exercises which are performed over a 3 – 5 minutes time period. The Finisher is intense, strong and meant to fatigue you and push you to the limit.

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Jemima enrolled in our SAT preparatory course among others in her junior year of high school and graduated as the valedictorian. She is currently enrolled in our pre-college program and has earned 21 college credits with a GPA of 3.67.

Jemima S.