Boot Camp Class
Just the words poutine, donuts, and maple syrup make us drool, but, unfortunately, those treats don’t really translate to a slim waist. Recent studies have suggested that one out of every four Canadian adults falls into the category of “overweight”, which means that a lot of Torontonians are looking to slim down a bit, and bootcamp at a gym is a great way to do it (especially if you just can’t help yourself with the yummy treats).
It’s important to remember that not all gyms are created the same, and while many eager people find themselves paying for a membership and going initially, work or family duties often get in the way, causing scheduling conflicts. Either that, or a new, great show just happens to come on during your regular workout time. Whatever the reason, too often people pay for a gym membership that becomes nothing but a deduction from your bank account every month and a gym card on your key ring reminding you of your failed commitment.
Don’t let that happen again! Pay-as-you-go gyms in Toronto offer great bootcamps that allow more flexibility for busy people who can’t always get to the gym a reliable amount each month, ensuring that you don’t get stuck into a contract that you can’t escape – so if you want to try your first bootcamp class this is definitely the way to go. The beauty is that it’s entirely up to you when you want to go, how long you want to go, and what services you want, which gives you all the freedom that signing a contract prohibited.
When you get to a pay-as-you-go gym, if you’re looking to get in the best shape of your life, try doing bootcamp, an exercise class modeled after military training. Featuring variations on interval training, bootcamp kicks body fat like nothing else, toning muscles and improving cardiovascular health in the process. It’s the perfect type of fitness class to try at a pay-as-you-go gym, because you don’t need to do it quite as often to see results, meaning that you pay less to see the same results as you would in a conventional gym.
For most people, the pay-as-you-go option is simply cheaper. CBS News estimates that people who pay for gym memberships ultimately end up paying about $17 per workout, compared to people who use the alternative pay-as-you-go option who only pay roughly $10 per workout. And the same article estimated that people with memberships end up losing out on average about $700 throughout the length of the contract.
Now that you’ve made the decision to go with pay-as-you-go, get in and lose those pounds. Boot camp is a great choice for people who need to work on their overall health and fitness and could also use the kick in the rear to really get started. Signing up for the class will encourage you to go, but if you still need motivation, signing up with somebody almost always works!