Apr 6, 2013 · 9:30 AM
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DJ Boot Camp
Elite Personal Training
1068 Park Ave, San Jose
DJ boot camp is back and ready to rock, are you?
Elite's boot camp's are intense cross training sessions made to improve your overall fitness and strength. Laura, owner of Elite Personal Training, puts together circuits that not only tax your cardio system but also push your muscles to new limits. Don't think you'll get away with phoning it in either. If you aren't performing at your potential she'll help you find it. The workout will last about 90 minutes and will be fairly intense. It's incredible cross training for both general fitness as well as improved on bike performance. It's no secret that even the top level XC and Downhill racers spend a fair amount of time in the gym strength training. Mountain biking is incredibly demanding on our bodies and best way to prevent injuries during rides is to be in great physical shape. Part of that means including some strength training. Ladies don't worry about getting bulky either. These workouts focus tons on keeping you moving and sweating, and not on pushing tons of heavy weights around. Plus this work out is way more fun than sweating alone in a crowded gym. Here you'll training with a group of incredibly friendly and supportive people that all have one common goal... Get fit!
Eventually I'd like to see our very own SJMtb Elite boot camp, but that won't happen until we've got enough people dedicated to it and willing to commit to coming out. So come on out and join us this time. Give it a try, I'm pretty sure you'll love it.
What to wear...
Wear something light and moisture wicking (cotton is no good). It warms up pretty quick with all those people moving around so maybe a light long sleeve to keep warm before we start and to put back on when we're done. For your legs I like running shorts, but I also like running. Gym shorts or spandex workout pant/cappris/whatever are what most everyone wears. Then just a good pair of running/training shoes. My wife swears her cross training shoes are way more stable, but then again I think she just likes to buy new shoes.
Really hope to some of you out there.