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Local Business Spotlight: Epic Boot Camp

Epic Boot Camp is a four-week outdoor fitness program that offers fitness training, motivation, and nutritional counseling. Epic has been in the area since 2007 helping clients achieve better health. We have researched and applied the most efficient ways in training to help you burn fat, tone muscle, and increase cardiovascular endurance. Combined with fun activities designed to help women of ALL fitness levels reach their goals. Our campers have been known to eliminate 3-5% overall body fat, increase strength and endurance, and take inches off their body. Some in just over 4 weeks!

Women at all levels of fitness, ages, and sizes are achieving awesome results with Epic Boot Camp! Recently one of our campers has lost 65lbs with the Epic Boot Camp fitness classes. She was able to achieve this success by training hard and following the nutrition plan designed by her trainer. It has been a great success story for everyone. What sets Epic Boot Camp apart from some of the other boot camps or gyms in the area is that we offer semipersonal training at a HUGE discount. No two classes are the same and you are only paying $15 dollars per class when you sign up for the 5 day a week program. The gym would cost you $50 per hour session, that is a $35 savings! Classes are held outside until the fall/winter seasons come. Once the weather changes we go indoors to keep the exercise going. All of the trainers are certified and insured and make class fun and energetic. Epic Boot Camp also offers a free nutrition class and nutritional guidance throughout camp to help you meet your need quicker.

Epic Boot Camp was started by Jacob James Right. Jacob spent 12 months in Iraq, where he earned his combat badge and a bronze star as a platoon leader in the Army National Guard. He spent his days and nights overseeing and protecting the lives of his soldiers. While in Iraq, Jacob learned the value of life, and though he is no longer leading soldiers into battle, he is leading women everywhere to a healthy and fit lifestyle. Being fit and healthy allows Jacob and everyone he trains to enjoy a better quality of life. In 2007, Jacob decided to start his own outdoor fitness classes for women. Through the outstanding leadership skills he developed in the U.S. Army and his time in combat, his love of fitness and living a healthy lifestyle combined with the vast knowledge he acquired throughout his education, Epic Boot Camp was born. With Epic Boot Camp, Jacob has dedicated his efforts to making exercise fun, yet challenging for all shapes, sizes and abilities. Over the course of several years, he and his trainers have changed and touched many lives with his knowledge and programs — and now he and his dedicated instructors are ready to change yours.

Visit the website today at www.EpicBootCamp.com or give us a call so we can answer your fitness questions at 610-316-761. "Give Your Gym The Boot" today and enjoy "Better Fitness, Better Health, and a Better Life!" Camps are currently at Black Rock Park in Oaks, Eagleville Park in Eagleville, as well as Palmer Park in Skippack, PA!

Comments

Brain said…
Great workout for women, allows them to get out of the house, enjoy time with other women, build friendships. I have been a trainer for this company for about a year as well as a client for the year before. I have enjoyed it very much and have made some great connections in the meantime. Not only does this beat the gym, but it is proven to be a great workout. Stop going to the gym, let me take that back, stop paying for the gym and never going or not seeing changes in your body. Try something out of the box and join your local fitness boot camp, you wont regret it!

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