Are you ready to rock your body and get in the best shape of your life? Then it’s time for the Rock your Body Bootcamp workout program. This program contains four fun, high-energy bootcamp workouts—each designed to help you burn maximum fat and build strength. From stability ball work to circuit training, Chris will guide you through each of these workouts and provide modifications throughout so you can work out at your own level and pace while still seeing results.
If you’re looking for a bootcamp workout program, Rock Your Body Bootcamp is the one for you! First up is our bodyweight interval workout which will tone your whole body without using weights—just your own body! Get ready to try Tabata-style intervals to burn calories and work harder, not longer. You’ll perform moves like split jumps, lunges, tricep push-ups, and army crawls while getting your heart pumping and having fun.
Next up it’s onto our stability ball workout, which will work your entire body while improving your balance and coordination. Engage your core for this all-out workout that will tighten those abs and build total body strength on the ball. After that, be sure to try our Calorie Sizzler workout that will torch calories through a combination of heart-pumping plyometrics and bodyweight strength training. The last offering in our bootcamp workout program is Butts and Guts, targeting—you guessed it—the buns and abs.
Other bootcamp routines may promise results, but don’t mix up your routine enough or worse—leave you hanging without much direction. But if you’re looking to both burn calories and build strength, nothing will get you into gear like our Rock Your Body Bootcamp workout program. We even have a specifically-designed calendar to go along with these bootcamp workout routines that will tell you exactly what to do each day and help keep you on track. Through targeted bodyweight training, stability ball work, heart-pumping plyometric, and consistent motivation from Chris, you’ll be on your way to building a better, stronger body in no time.
All exercises you perform are your own responsibility and you perform them at your own risk. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider before starting any physical exercise, fitness or wellness regiments of any kind.