What makes F.I.T. Factor Bootcamp different and BETTER than the "other run of the mill camps"?
It's Not Just About Getting People Tired...
Here's what the typical run of the mill camps have their campers do on day one:
  • Random, unstructured program design (if any)
  • 1- hour + marathon workouts
  • Distance Running and advanced Plyometrics
  • One exercise Fits all Model (no progression or regression)
  • External loading before mastering bodyweight
There is no method behind the madness and most people HATE running!!
Boot Camp Exercises and Drills
When it comes to the types of  exercises we do at the F.I.T. Factor Boot Camp, the possibilities are endless!  We keep it fresh and exciting each and every time.
Boot Camp Cardio Exercises
Of course cardio is a main component of what we do, but don't worry.  We DON'T DO LONG DISTANCE!   Cardio exercises include but aren't limited to:
  • Obstacle Courses
  • Jumping Jacks
  • Mountain Climbers
  • Squat Thrusts
  • Jump Rope
  • High Knee Pumps
  • Butt-Kickers
  • Ice-Skaters 
  • Power Skipping
  • 6-inch hurdles
  • Speed Ladders
  • Cone drills
  • Uphill running
  • Jogging Stairs
  • Partnered Drills
  • and Much More!
Boot Camp Weight Lifting
 We want to get each and every muscle in your body firm, tone, and asking for calories!  Don't worry if you don't know these now; you will!  Weight drills include but aren't limited to:
  • Push-ups
  • Plyo Push-ups
  • Chest Press/Flyes
  • Bicep Curls
  • Hammer Curls
  • Triceps Kickback
  • Shoulder Punches
  • Shoulder Press
  • Side Raises
  • Front Raises
  • Bent-over Rows
  • Reverse Flyes
  • Lunges (multi-planar)
  • Squats
  • Step ups
  • and Much More!
Boot Camp Core(abs), Balance and Stability
Every session includes ab sculpting and core tighteningexercises such as:
  • Crunches
  • Sit-ups
  • Bicycles
  • Leg Lifts
  • Double Crunches
  • V-ups
  • Planks
  • Side Planks
  • Hello Dollies
  • Twisters
  • Swim Kicks
  • Scissor Kicks
  • Spider crawls
  • Quadruped
  • and Much More!
Keep in mind there are always modifications to these exercises. There are regressions, progressions, or replacement exercises. The goal is to keep you healthy and injury free.
F.I.T. Factors

Click the DID YOU KNOW link for some extra knowledge...
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Boot Camp Dress Attire
When it comes to dressing for F.I.T. Factor Boot Camp it's important to remember - NO BOOTS REQUIRED! Just follow a few of the suggestions below to ensure that you are ready.
Be Tasteful
 We just ask that you don't wear any offensive material on your clothing.  When we are at boot camp we are a team with one common goal. 
Be Comfortable
Come in comfortable workout clothes that work for you.  Your attire should be something you feel comfortable running, lifting, crunching, and sweating in!  Check out our boot camp exercises and drills to get a better idea of what to expect.
Dress for the Heat
Ifit's hot outside (even in the morning), make sure you give your skin some room to breathe.  Wicking material is a good idea as well because it pulls moisture from your body.
Dress for the Cold
Think layers!  We guarantee that after the first 5 minutes, you will be ready to start peeling.  Layer 1 - wicking material, Layer 2 - long sleeve cotton, Layer 3 - fleece, sweatshirt, or windbreaker.  Also think hat, gloves, thick socks, and even a second set of pants. 
Good Shoes
Thebest type of shoes for boot camp is a good pair of running shoes or cross-trainers.  The rule of thumb for getting new shoes is to replace them every 300-400 miles.  Don't know how many miles?  Well if you are feeling shin splints, your knees hurt, and your joints ache, it's time!
     My favorite brand to wear is Pearl Izumi
Think Hair
Don't forget your clips, hair bands, hats, keep your hair up and out of the way.  It will help keep you cooler too!
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