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Described as “The Best Workout in the World”, Barry’s Bootcamp classes are one hour, and each class includes 25 to 30 minutes of interval cardiovascular routines on the treadmill, and 25-30 minutes of strength training using free weights and other equipment. The floor work focuses on a different major muscle group each day allowing clients to develop a targeted program, or to attend Monday through Friday for an ideal well-balanced workout routine. Instructors will vary the workouts from two 30 minute segments one day to four 15 minute segments another and even multiple short segments moving the class from treadmill to the floor every 5 minutes. The idea is to continually “shock” the body as research demonstrates that it is the most efficient and effective way to improve your cardiovascular system, lose weight and build muscle.
Sweat in Style: A favorite Hollywood fitness secret of the stars, Barry’s Bootcamp offers one location in Hillcrest, enabling San Diegans to perfect their A-List look. In addition to the workout strategy, what I love most about Barry’s Bootcamp is the high-energy atmosphere. From the intriguing camouflage print walls to the mesmerizing floor to ceiling mirrors, dim red lighting, and booming house and hip hop beats, Barry’s Bootcamp feels nothing like a traditional gym. During every class, you are entranced in the moment, and nothing exists outside the double doors. Another of my personal favorite elements is that the daily schedule offers multiple classes throughout the morning, afternoon, and night. Unlike a boutique gym where only two classes may be offered at 6pm, Barry’s Bootcamp offers 10 classes most days, starting at 5am, with the last class at 8pm. The convenience is priceless. And if you don’t believe me, just ask a few of Barry’s Bootcamp loyal fans, including Kim Kardashian, Jessica Alba, and Jennifer Aniston.