Boot Camp H20 is a rigorous fitness program that expands lung capacity, offers the advantages of water-based exercise, with an insignificant effect on joints and the resistance and weight training of an old-school gym. Currently situated in LA, Boot Camp H20 is unique because it is a high-intensity cross-training of cardiovascular exercises, traditional strength, modified plyometrics, water aerobics, water polo, and swimming. Unlike most water fitness programs that focus on individuals recovering from injury and senior citizens, Boot Camp H20 offers a program that is challenging for swimmers of all physical shapes and ages. Whether you have significant aquatic experience or are a recreational swimmer, Boot Camp H20’s eight-week 60-minute sessions will test your limits.
Taking place at the Olympic Boulevard’s JCC Pool, this eight-week program combines traditional cardiovascular workouts, modified plyometrics, water aerobics, and water polo in various packages. The packages range from one day a week to five days a week. The one day a week package covers a total of eight classes for $250 ($31.25 per class). The two days a week package covers a total of sixteen classes for $340 ($21.25 per class). The three days a week package covers a total of twenty-four classes for $400 ($16.60 per class), while the five days a week package covers a total of forty classes for $475 ($11.87 per class). Generally, the more sessions you choose per week, the lower the cost per class. This is a great deal especially if you would like to participate in many classes.
The objective of Boot Camp H20 is to offer a more athletic take on fitness programs (high-performance patron through weekend warrior). The program will allow you to have more command of your exercise routine through various intense workouts. Cardiovascular conditioning intervals are integrated into muscular strengthening sets and flexibility using the multi-dimensional resistance and protection of water fitness.
Both deep and shallow formats are used for cross training benefits and diversity. Buoyancy equipment like dumbbells and noodles offer both resistance and assistance for programming. In addition, tubing with handles is incorporated to add intensity and tethering training with practical exercise. Boot Camp H20’s calorie burning session maintains the challenge and intensity of water training while offering relief from joint stress and impact.
Course materials include an instructor certification manual, and an instruction manual featuring a study guide with questions and answers. The program’s participants also get to enjoy access to DVD tutorials including Boot Camp with Dumbbells, Aquatic Noodle Boot Camp, and Shallow Water Boot Camp. Other features of the Boot Camp H20 fitness program include laminated reference cards, a unique certification examination process, an online profile, and an E-Diploma upon successful completion of the exam process.
The course covers a background of Boot Camp H20 and explores circuit and interval training, noodle boot camp, fundamental boot camp programs, equipment overload, a question, and answer study guide, as well as practical tips to help you complete the certification examination process.