Why on earth would I join a Bootcamp?!

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October 22, 2011 by Imprint Fitness

OK. Hold it right there!

I know what you’re thinking. Bootcamps are crazy!

Bootcamps are run by insane instructors, hell-bent on proving you can’t take it!!

You want the truth??  YOU CAN’T HANDLE THE TRUTH!!! (Jack Nicholson, A Few Good Men)

Sorry, I digress.

Truth. This is your opportunity to be part of a group workout that is as much fun as being a kid again! Maybe more since you can probably drive yourself! You can burn 800-1000 calories in 45 minutes while GETTING SEXY, making friends, and being motivated. Did I mention having FUN!!

At Imprint Fitness Bootcamp our instructors have been where you are! We will challenge you and drive you to succeed, it’s simply our philosophy.

SO, Why should you join a bootcamp? What’s sooo different? What’s so great?

First. These types of workouts help you to lose weight much more quickly than tired old cardio routines. In fact most people realize significant results in a matter of weeks rather than months.

Next. The workouts are always changing but without being overly complicated (you will never need to learn, downward braying donkey half wheels… Promise!)  The workouts are structured to allow you to work to your ability, while continually being challenged and motivated to achieve the right kinds of results.

Additionally. Unlike other workouts, our bootcamps provide you with fun and exciting variety, solid structure, and intense focus. Which means the likelihood of achieving your goals and getting a great looking body is seriously increased. Plus the instructors who guide you through your workout provide you with the necessary motivation to make sure that the results achieved are consistent and progressive.

Reason 4 – Bootcamps designed by Imprint Fitness utilize HIIT, High Intensity Interval Training, this form of cardio is just as it says, shorter bursts of higher intensity work followed by slightly longer, lower intensity work or even rest periods. This is one reason you will consistently feel challenged. A guessing body is a challenged body! Challenge = Change!!

Stronger Bones. Body weight exercise is a form of strength or resistance training. You’re working against some form of resistance — your own body weight, — to stress a sequence of muscles and bones. Strength training at least twice a week, according to the surgeon general, is needed to stimulate bone growth and increase bone density.

Finally. Bootcamp workouts fit easily into daily routines. Even if you lead a very hectic lifestyle just doing HIIT for 30 minutes twice a week can help to burn off 800-1000 calories per workout. Whereas the more common types of workouts recommended would actually require you to exercise for considerably longer every day in order to achieve the same results.

Convinced? GOOD! Now. Get off your butt and get to our camps!!!!

Camp Schedule :

-Tuesday: 6:30am

-Tuesday: 8pm

-Thursday: 6:30am

-Thursday: 8pm

-Saturday Express: 7am (30 minute very high intensity workouts. Attend 1 or both!)

-Saturday Express: 7:30am (30 minute very high intensity workouts. Attend 1 or both!)

Reserve your spot now!

Located at :
Stars Gymnastics Center
3870 Mallow Road Colorado Springs, CO 80907

Bootcamp Membership:

**Enroll between now and Nov. 1st and lock in your price of $30 a month-for life! Call now to reserve your spot!   (716)-867-1239

  • $69 a month
  • $35 a month if you sign up with a friend
  • $10 drop in! Check us out anytime!

-Ask about military & family discount rates!

**Ask about current SPECIALS**

Your monthly membership allows you attend as often as you’d like!

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