Spring 2018 BootCamp
WHO: Anyone! New, veteran, experienced, totally out of shape, runs a million races or somewhere in between! 18 years and older please.

What: A BootCamp class that varies each time you show up. It is a mix of cardio and strength building including things like running, lunges, pushups, burpees, planks, squats and more. All exercises can be modified for your needs. Expect to be challenged and work hard, but not so intimidated that you don't come back.

When: Monday, April 2nd- June 15th
Classes held on Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Classes at 5:30am, 7:30am and *9:00am.

Where: Willow Glen United Methodist Church: 1420 Newport Ave San Jose, CA 95125. We meet indoors for class, but use the whole property for exercise, both inside and outside. We have bathrooms, water fountain, extra equipment, easy parking and convenient location.

How: Show up on Monday. It's also super helpful if you sign up here - SIGN UP FOR HOLIDAY SESSION!

Cost: 3 days a week - 32 classes- $300
2 days a week- 22 classes- $250
1 day a week-12 classes- $160
The more classes you sign up for the cheaper it is per class!
Drop in fee- First class is free. Drop in after is $15.00

You can pay in person with a credit card (Visa or Mastercard), a check made out to WGUMC or cash. If the cost is prohibitive, please email Lisa. We want you at class regardless of finances.

Please bring your own mat and water bottle to class.

*Babysitting for the 9:00am class- $5 per class per child.

Feel free to bring a friend to check out a class. If they like it and sign up, you get $15 off your next session.
I hope to see you soon,

Lisa Jacobs
Booty Kickin' BootCamp Director

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