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Jump-Start Your
Fall Fitness with Our September Boot Camp!

Crave an outdoor trainer-led workout where you can sweat with your neighbors? Look no further! We are continuing the first-ever Home Bodies boot camp in the month of September. The boot camp will take place at 10 Boardman St. in Haverhill. Workouts are one hour--you may leave early if you need to. Beginners as well as advanced exercisers of all ages welcome!

During the workouts we will start with a mobility warm-up followed by core and resistance training in circuit format. We will have a cooldown toward the end of the workout. 

Here is the schedule:

   Mondays in September at 7:00am (no workout on Labor Day)

   Tuesdays in September at 5:30pm

   Thursdays in September at 5:30pm 

These workouts are drop-in, and the rate is $12 per workout. If you want to sign up for unlimited workouts in the month, it is only $79 (a savings of $77!)

If you plan on attending, please send a text to Gina at 508-633-7749 the day before the workout so that I can plan the workout/stations accordingly. Also, if there is rain the workout will be moved indoors but we can still meet.

To Register for this boot camp--you just need to fill out the form below. Hope to see you soon!

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