Are You Brave Enough for Boot Camp?

downloadFor a whole lot of years people have been heading into gyms and participating in workout routines that are aimed to get them and keep them in shape. Exercise was one thing, designed to be beneficial to your body and overall health, but not something that would drive you until you practically drop. Boot camp, on the other hand, were two words that drove fear into the heart of even strong men and represented a program that was reserved only for the toughest of the tough who were willing to submit to basic training to be in the military. Anyone could go to the gym, but only the most dedicated individuals would commit to boot camp.

 

But as we all know, times have certainly changed. Now the endurance workout has become the benchmark of not only those trained in the military but anyone who is brave enough to sign up for a boot camp workout program. Because the boot camp workout has certainly become part of the mainstream and only seems to be growing in popularity. For those of you who haven’t dipped your toe in that somewhat intimidating deep end yet, a boot camp workout consists of both aerobic and strength training elements that are mixed together in an exciting and challenging way. People who love boot camp do so partly because it’s an obvious challenge and also because it doesn’t get boring. You’ll be running sprints, doing pull-ups, lunges, crunches, push-ups, you name it, you’ll be doing it and the specific moves will likely change up each time. The result is an entire body workout that will leave you feeling stronger and more capable than you ever have before.

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