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Great Valley Adventure Boot Camp for Women Coming to Phoenixville

Starting May 19th, women in and around Phoenixville can participate in the Great Valley Adventure Boot Camp. The boot camp is being held at Reeves Park and meets five days a week for four weeks. Sessions are held from 6-7pm each night.

From the Great Valley Boot Camp website:
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Women of all fitness levels, sizes and ages are gaining great results with Adventure Boot Camp! You can too! Are you looking for a jump-start to your fitness program? Then this adventure is for you! Whether you are a beginner, an avid fitness enthusiast or just tired of the same routine come try this whole new approach to exercise...fun!

Great Valley Adventure Boot Camp is a four week outdoor fitness program that offers fitness instruction, nutritional counseling and motivational training - packed with fun and energizing activities designed to help you reach your fitness goals. Whether you want to lose weight to fit into that special dress, shed the extra pounds from a pregnancy or just get fit before that special occasion, this is the program for you!
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The camp was recently featured on Good Day Philadelphia with Sue Serio. The video is available here.

The cost of the camp is $300. For more information and to sign up, please visit GreatValleyBootCamp.com.

Thanks to reader Jennifer Brango for the tip.

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