The great outdoors are a great place to get healthy exercise.

ELM’s Outdoor Fitness Bootcamp begins June 30

The Comox Valley’s premier Outdoor Fitness Bootcamp program, offered by Equilibrium Lifestyle Management (ELM), kicks off ‘Summer Training’ on June 30. ELM has offered their popular outdoor fitness programs in the Comox Valley since 2001, to take advantage of the beautiful natural playground this area has to offer.

“Eco-therapy is becoming a hot topic these days, but our participants have always known about the wonderful benefits of exercising outdoors,” said ELM owner Sarah Seads. “Getting outside on a regular basis is good for our physical and mental health. It just feels good to get outside, breathe fresh air and move our bodies in the elements. Now, the research is supporting what we already know.”

The Comox Valley’s regional parks and trails provide an inspiring backdrop for ELM’s outdoor fitness programs. Working out to the sounds of wind in the trees, waves on the beach and eagles calling from the air is hard to beat.

ELM’s offers Running Clinics as well as Group Fitness Classes including ‘Fitness Bootcamp’, ‘Baby Bootcamp’ and ‘Fresh Air Fitness’.

This summer ELM will be offering a nine-week Sunrise Fitness Bootcamp program on Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 6 a.m. Beat the heat and make the most of long summer days by starting your day with an inspiring workout in the great outdoors.

ELM Fitness Bootcamp offers fun and challenging, full-body conditioning for all levels, at a variety of inspiring outdoor locations around the Comox Valley. If you enjoy fresh air and want to take your fitness to the next level, ELM’s Outdoor Fitness programs are for you.

Go to www.elmhealth.com for more information and to register.

 

– Equilibrium Lifestyle Management

 

 

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