In our bootcamp class, you can expect a motivating and energetic atmosphere, led by an experienced instructor who guides participants through the workout and provides modifications or progressions to accommodate different fitness levels. The goal is to push your limits, challenge yourself, and achieve a total body workout for maximum gains.

Gym 72 Bootcamp

Our bootcamp class is a dynamic and intensive group fitness session held our private studio. It is designed to provide a challenging full-body workout that incorporates various exercises and training techniques to improve cardiovascular fitness, strength, endurance, and overall physical conditioning.

Here’s a breakdown of what you might experience in an indoor bootcamp class:

  1. Warm-up: The class usually begins with a warm-up session to prepare the body for exercise. This may include light cardio exercises like jogging in place, jumping jacks, or dynamic stretching to increase blood flow and flexibility.
  2. Circuit Training: Bootcamp classes often involve circuit training, where participants move through a series of exercise stations targeting different muscle groups. These stations may include activities like push-ups, squats, lunges, burpees, mountain climbers, kettlebell swings, medicine ball throws, or TRX suspension training exercises. The exercises are typically performed for a set amount of time or a specific number of repetitions before moving on to the next station.
  3. High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT): HIIT is a common component of bootcamp classes. It involves short bursts of intense exercise followed by brief recovery periods. This method helps improve cardiovascular fitness, burn calories, and boost metabolism. HIIT exercises often include sprints, jump squats, plyometric movements, or rapid bodyweight exercises.
  4. Strength Training: Bootcamp classes incorporate strength-building exercises to improve muscular endurance and tone. Participants may use resistance bands, dumbbells, kettlebells, or bodyweight exercises like push-ups, squats, lunges, and planks to target specific muscle groups.
  5. Cardiovascular Conditioning: The class may include cardiovascular exercises to elevate heart rate and improve overall endurance. These activities can range from high-intensity movements like jumping jacks, high knees, or jumping rope to low-impact options like cycling or step aerobics.
  6. Core Work: Bootcamp classes often include dedicated core exercises to strengthen the abdominal and back muscles. These exercises may involve planks, crunches, Russian twists, or stability ball exercises to improve core stability and posture.
  7. Cool-down and Stretching: To conclude the class, there will typically be a cool-down period that includes low-intensity movements to gradually bring the heart rate down. This is followed by a series of static stretches to improve flexibility and prevent muscle soreness.