INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Life Time Fitness has partnered with outdoor footwear and clothing company Merrell to provide free Boot Camp classes in Indianapolis, now through August. The classes are tiered to anyone at any level of fitness.
"All non-members in the Indianapolis area, Life Time is offering a free 2-week membership they can come in for those 2 weeks and get up to 6 free boot camp classes,” says Dave Mason, Life Time Fitness Group Training Coordinator.
The free classes are being offered at each of the three Life Time Fitness Locations on Castle Creek Parkway, North Meridian Street, and Fishers Corner Boulevard.
"We've got 10 stations out here,” says Boot Camp instructor Rachel Henry-Noonan as she points to the cones and equipment laid out in the gym's parking lot. “Each station is one minute long. Once that minute is over, you'll have 30-seconds of rest and then we'll just continue to move around in the circle to the next station."
Participants do a body weight exercise , like hurdle hop-overs, pushups, squats, burpees, or lunges. After one minute of performing the exercise non-stop, participants take a brief rest of less than 30 seconds, then move to the next station for another exercise.
"If you can do 10 of the exercises, if you can do 100 of the exercises; do your best at each station," says Henry-Noonan.
Classes are available from now through the end of August at more than 100 Life Time Fitness facilities nationwide. To register for a class, click here.
"It’s wonderful and it’s really fun,” says Boot Camp participant Roysan Rotman. “There’s a lot of camaraderie and you don't think about it because you're having a good time and it's over before you know it."
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