Ashland Morning Fitness Boot Camp - MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS & FRIDAY

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Ashland Morning Fitness Boot Camp - MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS & FRIDAY

Time: February 17, 2012 from 6am to 7am
Location: The Grove
Street: 1195 E Main St
City/Town: Ashland, Oregon USA
Website or Map:
Phone: 541-488-5340
Event Type: fitness, bootcamp
Organized By: Ashland Parks and Recreation
Latest Activity: Feb 15, 2012

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Boot camp is a challenging, fun and effective fitness program designed to deliver maximum results. We combine activities like push-ups, agility exercises, resistance training, abdominals, power squats, speed drills, obstacle courses and endurance challenges to create a fun and rewarding total body workout.

All boot camps are led by Tiazza Rose, certified personal trainer and sports nutritionist

What you need: Mat, towel, water, pair of dumbbells (5-20 lbs)



AM Boot camp

Monday, Wednesday and Friday


Location: The Grove 1195 E Main St Ashland, OR                

AM sessions: 12 classes

New session starts every month

PM Boot camp

Tuesday and Thursday


Location: The Grove 1195 E Main St Ashland, OR              

PM sessions: 8 classes

New session starts every month

To register, call the Ashland parks and recreation 541-488-5340 or register online

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