ART OF RUNNING BOOT CAMP / FUNCTIONAL FITNESS CLASS
When you workout outdoors you are in an ever-changing environment. You must adjust swiftly to different terrain, inclines, declines, obstacles and climates. This improves your body-mind connection and sharpens your balance, agility, strength and coordination. You burn more fat and calories! You also get an immediate sense of accomplishment! Our Outdoor Boot camps or Functional Fitness Classes are the best way to rejuvenate your mind, body and spirit. Extensive research continues to show the many benefits of outdoor fitness, which include dramatic increases in fitness level, the ability to burn more calories, a measurable reduction in stress, and increased feelings of well-being. Working out outdoors in our Boot camps will leave you feeling alert, refreshed and uplifted.
Our Boot camps are ongoing and typically run in 8 -16week intervals, meeting two to four times per week. We accommodate ALL ages and fitness levels and you have the ability to burn 600-1100 calories per class, and 1800 � 3300 per week. You will develop flexibility, functional strength, cardiovascular and muscular endurance, increase fat loss, agility, coordination, balance, and develop core stability, strength and power.
What should I expect?
What do I need to bring to class?
You MUST bring your own mat, water, towel...Please wear sturdy, comfortable sneakers or all terrain running shoes that will support our activity. Dress in layers when it's cooler out.
Will I fit in with the group?
What certifications do the instructors have?
Cancellation, Tardiness, and Absenteeism Policy for Boot camps
What is the cost for these classes?
Please come experience your FREE class!
Classes are priced at R 600/Session on signing a 12-16 weeks full term program.
Packages offered (see price list)
There is a R 80 service charge for returned checks.
Can I bring a friend?
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