WSPT Announces SheFit Boot Camp

Published on March 31, 2010, 9:52 pm
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When one thinks of a boot camp, they typically think of soldiers in army fatigue running drills outdoors at the crack of dawn. At WSPT, when we think of boot camp we think of life changes.

Of fat reduction. Of muscle gain. Of rewards. And of course, sweat. In short, we think of Wellness.

SheFit Boot Camp is an all female fitness class that is geared for women to lose weight, reduce body fat, increased strength, increase aerobic threshold and improve flexibility. “SheFit is fast-paced, exciting and gratifying,” said Hannah Williams, SheFit leader. Participants will partake in private fitness classes that vow to push them to results.

SheFit is held Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 6am. It includes weekly emails on tips for dealing with sore muscles, nutrition, things to do during the off days, and much more. The certified personal trainer, Hannah will teach the class along with a female United States Army Veteran.  Now that’s serious!

The boot camp commences on Wednesday, April 7 at 6 a.m. sharp and will run for 12 classes. Students need to come dressed to sweat to our WSPT facility located in Suite 501 at 1250 Waters Place in the Bronx.

Cycle 1 was a great success and WSPT prides itself for having every woman meet their goals and experience the changes. 5% discounts are available to those who refer anyone to SheFit and up to 15% off.  So call your girlfriends and prepare yourself for a life changing experience!

WSPT is dedicated to providing world-class care right around the corner. This is the second SheFit all female Boot Camp hosted by WSPT. It is the goal of WSPT to promote health and wellness, both for the individual and for the whole Bronx community.

For more information, please call 718-409-9444 or visit here.


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