So Cal Boot Camp offers a unique approach to fitness, tailored to meet the needs of busy professionals and parents. Each high intensity interval training circuit includes cardio, core strength and resistance training, for maximum impact in each 40-minute session. The workouts are fun and change every day to keep it fresh, exciting and eliminate plateauing results.
A Grand Opening celebration for the Dana Point facility will be held on Saturday, April 26, 2014, from 7:30am to 12:00pm.
All visitors during the Grand Opening new to SCBC will receive a complimentary 14-Day Fitness Program with unlimited workout sessions and an opportunity to sign up for membership at a 50% discount.
The open house will include free mini boot camp workouts throughout the day so visitors can experience what makes So Cal Boot Camp different. There will also be food, fitness challenges to win prizes, along with plenty of raffles and DJ Carter delivering high energy workout tunes.
The raffle will be benefiting The Noble Path Foundation - So Cal Boot Camp member Cindi Juncal’s non-profit organization. 100% of the proceeds will be donated.
The Noble Path Foundation is dedicated to turning the tide on childhood obesity and improving the health and fitness of America’s youth by raising awareness on nutrition and providing opportunities for physical activity, personalized training and motivational mentoring.
So Cal Boot Camp emphasizes a sense of community among members, believing that positive energy is contagious, and members get more out of their workouts in a group session than individually.
“My friends and family are literally blown away by how quickly and effectively I lost 20 lbs, and 7.5 % body fat in just 6 weeks with SCBC’s program- ‘says So Cal Boot Camp member Lori Clark. “I have no doubt your new facility will be bursting at the seams with clients that are finally ready adopt a fitness program that deliver results.”
At 9:00am on April 26, the new Dana Point facility will be christened with a ribbon cutting ceremony. In attendance will be Dana Point Mayor Lisa Bartlett, Heather Johnston, the Executive Director of the Dana Point Chamber of Commerce, and the Chamber’s Senior Manager, Vickie McMurchie.
“We know our fitness approach is a great fit for the Dana Point community,” says Orshi McNaughton, owner of So Cal Boot Camp. “We can help people prioritize their health goals, without taking up too much time in their busy schedules. We’re getting great response in Dana Point, and we’re so happy to be part of this community.”
Members of the Dana Point community are invited to stop by for a tour of the facility, even if they don’t wish to participate in workouts. The staff at So Cal Boot Camp is anxious to meet their new neighbors.
So Cal Boot Camp is a unique workout facility that offers personal training in a group setting. Our circuit-training workouts feature cardio, core strength and resistance training for a full-body workout in one 40-minute session. The highly effective program also includes one-on-one health, fitness and nutrition coaching with Certified Nutritionists on staff for our members. So Cal Boot Camp members are challenged to transform their bodies through contests and goal-setting sessions. Learn more at http://www.socalbc.com or 949-218-2267.
EDITOR’S NOTE: To arrange interviews or private tours, please contact Orshi McNaughton at 949-929-0140.