Sunday, November 18, 2007

Should South Florida Go To Boot Camp?

Miami,FL - It’s another cool morning in Miami. At the park there are joggers, walkers, bikers — and in a corner of the park there are six workout stations set up. Medicine balls, resistance bands, some dumbbells and South Florida Fitness Boot Camps instructor, Rafael Moret, counting down the time with his stop watch.

The people at Boot Camp, are part of a growing number of “boot campers” that take the workout outside of the gym and into parks and other outdoor areas.

The camps have grown in popularity as people look for a way to enjoy the outdoor weather in South Florida while avoiding the hassle of fitness centers and the cost of a fitness professional. No special machines or equipment are needed — the weather is always perfect and the view is spectacular.

But what makes South Florida Fitness Boot Camps ( http://SouthFloridaFitnessBootCamp.com ) different. There is no drill instructor yelling, there is no running and anyone can participate. “The formula took 3 ½ years to perfect” says creator and instructor Rafael Moret. “It took a lot of time and testing, but our workout guarantees fat burning without cardio and lean muscle development”.

What Is a Fitness Boot Camp?
According to Web MD.com: “Boot camp exercise classes vary in style, depending on the instructor. But you can generally expect to meet outside, rain or shine. You'll probably spend an hour doing some form of cardiovascular exercise (running, hiking, interval training, or obstacle course challenges), along with strength elements (using dumbbells, exercise bands, or the resistance of your own body weight). You'll also work on flexibility in a stretch portion of the class, which may incorporate elements of yoga or Pilates.”

The fitness boot camp program Moret teaches in Miami and Pembroke Pines, Fl., is taught in “timed circuit intervals“. Moret says this insures anyone and everyone can participate. Participants are encouraged to wear heart rate monitors so that they can see with there own eyes that their heart rate can go all the way up to 180 beats per minute without running or biking or any of those other boring cardio machines. The HR monitors will also show the campers the they stay in “The Fat Burning Zone” during the entire class and can burn up to 550 calories per class. His boot camp is offered four times a day, five days a week, all year. People can pay daily or monthly and are offered a 1 week trial with an unconditional money back guarantee.

This is the most effective fitness technology available. With New Year resolutions coming, this type of training ensures people looking to make significant physical transformations that they will not fail.


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