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What is Bootcamp?

Bootcamp takes exercises and workout routines straight from the military programs and makes them available to civilians. These exercises focus on strength building, endurance, and stamina by compiling circuits of intense military exercises. Each circuit is 30 to 60 seconds long and is followed by a break of few seconds. Each part of body is targeted for a complete fitness routine. This is the reason why boot camp is a highly effective way to increase fitness. Another reason why boot camp has gained popularity is that it does not require any external equipment. Thus, you can achieve some significant results without having to use any extra equipment through the intense boot camp training.

What does Bootcamp involve?

Boot camp involves numerous exercises which are performed quickly and in sequence. The exercises intense and the speed at which you have to switch between the different moves makes it mandatory for you to develop a quick consciousness and rapid responses.

What areas of your body are targeted in a Bootcamp workout?

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Bootcamp training targets all the key areas of the body. The intense cardio portion of the workout targets and strengthens the core. Exercises like planks and sit ups work the abdominal muscles and other core muscles through your back and midriff. The workout also targets the arms through exercises like push ups and weight training. The muscles in the arms gain strength and endurance through regular boot camp training. The legs and glutes are also targeted in boot camp training since it includes exercises like squats and lunges. All the main muscle groups of the body are targeted if you follow a proper boot camp workout routine.

What are the benefits of Bootcamp?

The bootcamp fitness program makes your body stronger and more flexible. The intense training helps your joints become more mobile and less stiff. It is also a great cardiovascular exercise because you go through a lot of intense movements that increases heart rate which can aid in increasing physical endurance and power.

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