Village Bootcamp: why intervals work, ideas for you

I lead a free bootcamp-style workout Tuesday nights at Highland Oaks Park in McFarland, Wis. If you're in the neighborhood, please join us. Bring water, a blanket or mat & small weights or bands if you have them.

Resources for You:
Make your own bootcamp-style interval workout- check out great ideas on active.com's youtube channel. Thanks Active Toby!
**Village Bootcampers, expect to see the Walkout (love that one) & some new ones, with more ab/core work too.
Check out these active.com articles & discover:
- how intervals turn your muscles into 24-hr fat-burning machines
- that interval training improves aerobic capacity
- how interval training helps runners hold race pace easier & sprint faster


Thanks Melissa for asking the first question at bootcamp. She wants to know, what to eat post-workout? Madison, Wis.-based trainer Dustin Maher shares his pre- and post-nutrition ideas here. You'll learn why protein & simple sugars are important post-workout. And consider his many bootcamp offerings, one at McDaniels park in McFarland.

Question for you:
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What's your favorite bootcamp move/exercise?

Next time:
Tuesday July 7th 6:30-7:30 at Highland Oaks Park in McFarland.
*bring water, mat/blanket, small weights/bands & wear good shoes.
*rain date: Thurs July 9th 6:30-7:30

photo credit: my old new shoes

3 comments:

Sunny said...

Great to read about your rationale for bootcamp intervals, and Thanks for the link to the Active.com videos on drills. I'll use some of them in my next bootcamp, like Mustang Kicks -- they look fun! Cheers, -Sunny

Dustin said...

Thanks a lot for plugging Fit Fun Bootcamps!

Dustin

Sara Cox Landolt said...

Sunny, you're welcome! Mustang kicks are good, we did those when I was on the crew team at UW-Madison. Powerful move!

Dustin, you're welcome! I've heard many good things about your camps.