Tamarac kicks off Outdoor Bootcamp May 1
Physical activities to boost strength, agility
FREMONT – Tamarac is kicking off its 2017 Outdoor Bootcamp on May 1, a program designed to help participants increase strength and agility through high-intensity, functional strength training that’s geared toward real life physical obstacle.
“Outdoor Bootcamp will help prepare participants for physical challenges, from taking part in outdoor obstacle course races to improving overall sports performance,” said Tamarac fitness specialist Dean Ford. “At the end of the day, Outdoor Bootcamp is a way to have fun, challenge yourself and...
...improve your strength in the process. Anyone can be part of this class – and we can make even beginners heroes.”
Outdoor Bootcamp is $75 for members, $99 for nonmembers for 12 sessions. The classes are an hour long, and four sessions will be held a week, Mondays through Thursdays.
“The great thing about Outdoor Bootcamp is that it’s a high-intensity, fast paced workout that changes things up so you’re never bored or doing the same thing,” said fitness instructor Kate Irwin. “In addition to strength and agility, Outdoor Bootcamp can also improve cardiovascular health.”
Activities include tire flips, agility ladders, sled pushing, battle ropes, tire pulls and other exercises that work the entire body.
The program will run all summer. To sign up, call 231.924.1788.