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So, what exactly is a “boot camp?” Generally, the term boot camp is used to describe an outdoor fitness program that consists of body weight–based exercises, such as push-ups, sit-ups, pull-ups and calisthenics, combined with agility/obstacle-course work and running. Done in a group or team setting, boot camps often incorporate elements of cooperation and competition, wherein participants need to work individually or in teams to achieve the tasks. Derived from military training, boot camps are typically more intense and focused than other types of workouts and are usually extremely demanding for even the fittest clients.


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