The Early Bird deadline to sign up for ELM's Bootcamp is today (March 31).

ELM offering Outdoor Fitness Bootcamp

Do you want to greet the sunrise with a big smile on your face and a fantastic post-workout feeling?  Fitness AND fun?

Sounds crazy, but Equilibrium Lifestyle Management (ELM) has found a way to make challenging workouts fun by providing a supportive and progressive training environment for a range of abilities.

Sarah Seads and her team of professional trainers have offered Outdoor Fitness Bootcamp programs in the Comox Valley since 2001.

What exactly goes on at ELM’s Outdoor Fitness Bootcamp?  “It’s High Intensity Interval Training and every workout is unique.  Partner drills, core training, dynamic resistance exercises, balance training, team drills, stairs, sprints…it is always a surprise,” a spokesperson said.

“You can bet there will be a few push-ups as well.  We mix fitness with fun in an inspiring outdoor setting – it’s play-time for grown-ups!  Each 75 minute training session flies by and comes to an end before our participants are ready to go home.”

If you enjoy being outside, crave variety in your workouts and are looking for a challenge then this class is for you.  Come out and try a complimentary trial class for yourself- and you will see why ELM participants return year after year.

Start training now and be more fit when summer arrives in 12 weeks.

Space is limited in this group program so be sure to sign up before the March 31 Early Bird deadline.  Spring Sunrise Bootcamp classes take place on Tuesdays at 6 a.m. and Thursdays at 5:45 a.m. for April-June. Go to for more information and to register.


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