- Lose 3-5% body fat
- Increase endurance, strength and balance
- Have more energy (especially since you’ll workout in the morning)
- Increase your metabolism (and burn more calories during the day)
- Sleep better
- Lose inches around your hips and waist
- Improve muscle tone
Classes combine a variety of training styles and methods including: Core Conditioning, Circuit Training, Interval Training, Plyometrics, Tabata-style, Yoga and Pilates.
You need little more than your than your own body weight—and a “bring it” attitude—to get big results!
Be a Boot-Camper
Try a class with this free pass.
Not sure if you want to commit to a package? You can drop in for any class that fits your schedule for $20 (cash only).
Schedule & Locations
Outdoor Boot Camp starts April 1!
We work out in a few different locations in Pleasant Hill and Lafayette. Pick the days and times that works best for your schedule. Please arrive on time to ensure a proper warm-up and to be respectful of your fellow Boot-Campers.
|Tuesday||6:30 a.m. and 8 a.m.||Pleasant Hill Park (Gregory Lane), street parking|
|Wednesday||6:30 a.m. and 8 a.m.||Lafayette Reservoir (metered parking or day pass required)|
|Thursday||6:30 a.m. and 8 a.m.||Pleasant Hill Park (Gregory Lane), street parking|
|Saturday||8 a.m. and 9:30 a.m.||Lafayette Reservoir (metered parking or day pass required)|
What to bring
- One set of dumb bells between 6-10 lbs. (and if you have a kettle bell, bring that too)
- An exercise mat (a thicker one is best). You can purchase a thick mat at Big 5 Sporting Goods, Ross, Marshalls, Target, Sports Basement or Sports Authority.
- Post-workout protein snack (you’ll want to eat it within 30-45 minutes of your workout)
What to wear
- Good, supportive running (not cross-training) shoes that are not more than 4-6 months old if you wear them on a regular basis. Otherwise, I highly recommend purchasing a new pair.
- Layers that you can shed as you get warmer. You’ll be plenty sweaty by the end of each workout.
- A knit hat to help you keep warm in cooler months. It it’s raining, a baseball cap works well for keeping the rain out of your eyes.
- Gloves or mittens to keep your hands warm and protect them from the elements.
What about the weather?
We train come drizzle or come shine (but not come thunderstorm, snow storm or hurricane-style winds). If it’s raining, we will meet for class as planned unless you hear from me. In summer months, be sure to bring plenty of water with you and hydrate before coming to class.
Health & Fitness Assessment
When you purchase a four-week or longer boot camp package, you’ll also receive a free one-on-one consultation with me. We’ll spend about 15-20 minutes measuring your baseline body composition and setting fitness and weight loss goals for the program. You’ll also get some great resources to help you eat healthy and track your nutrition and exercise activities.
We’ll measure your progress at set intervals during the program, including your final measurements to see how far you’ve come.