Serious Summer Slim Down Special!

This deal won’t last FOREVER!

In fact……

It ends in June……HURRY!

3-MONTH SUMMER SLIM-DOWN at Fit Body Boot Camp, Foothill Ranch

Looking for serious candidates who are willing to put in the blood, sweat & tears necessary to get themselves healthy once and for all!

Are you willing to take on the challenge?

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER TODAY!

(new clients only!)

 

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Fun Events with Trainer Ali

LOTS OF EVENTS COMING UP

PLEASE READ ALL THE WAY THROUGH THIS POST!


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Memorial Day

Monday, May 30th

ONE SESSION ONLY

8:00 am

FREE EVENT FOR ALL TO COME!

Visitors please submit an e-waiver HERE


June 11th – Mindful Eating Nutrition Workshop & Tasting

11:45 am to 12:45 pm

Learn about chronic inflammation, food allergies & eating for your blood type

$20 members – CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

$25 non-members – CLICK HERE TO REGISTER


June 11th – August 6th RUN CLINICS

 

Run BETTER!    Run LONGER    Run FASTER!    Run PAIN FREE!

Uphill, Downhill, on the Trail, in the Sand!

Join Trainer Ali of Fit Body Boot Camp & Albert Lu of MoveWell Fitness Services in basic & advanced running clinics this summer!
Registration includes:

  • Running instruction
  • Running Drills
  • Video analysis
  • Self Myofacial Release Exercises
  • Mobility Exercises

PLUS:

Receive a FREE Yoga Tune Up Ball with registration!

REGISTER TODAY

FOR ONE OR ALL  4 CLINICS!

CLINIC DATES:

RUNNING BASICS – June 11th, 2016 at

Fit Body Boot Camp, Foothill Ranch

9:30am -11:30am

RUN BETTER ON HILLS/ELEVATION – July 9th, 2016 at

 Fit Body Boot Camp, Foothill Ranch

9:30am – 10:30am

RUN BETTER ON TRAILS – July 30th, 2016 at

Whiting Ranch Trail Head at Wahoo’s, Foothill Ranch

6:15am – 7:15am

RUN BETTER ON BEACH & SAND – August 6th, 2016 at

 Corona Del Mar State Beach

6:15am – 7:15am

FBBC MEMBERS SINGLE CLINIC: $30     CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

NON-MEMBERS SINGLE CLINIC: $35     CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

FBBC MEMBERS ALL 4 CLINICS: $100    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

NON-MEMBERS ALL 4 CLINICS: $120    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER


AND DON’T FORGET TO ORDER YOUR T-SHIRTS

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CLICK ON PHOTO FOR DETAILS & TO PLACE YOUR ORDER!


PLUS

FREE SURPRISE WORKOUT

SUNDAY, JUNE 26TH

DETAILS TO COME

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RSVPs are a MUST for all events.

ARE YOU IN?

Cucamonga Peak – Trainer Ali’s Six Pack Challenge

Sunday, May 29th!

Strenuous/Advanced hike!

Welcome to the second installment of our Six Pack Challenge. This hike will take us up a local favorite this time and will challenge us on vertical elevation gain. The trail begins at the popular Icehouse Canyon trailhead. This 11.6 mile hike gains over 4,300′ elevation and will take about 8-9 hours to complete. It is considered very strenuous. The hike is an out and back trail reaching a total elevation of 8,859′. The first part of the hike is shaded and will be cool, but the second half is more sunny, steep and has the possibility of being hot. Cucamonga Peak offers amazing views over Southern California’s Inland Empire. The north-facing slope holds snow much later in the season than other peaks, but we should not see much, if any. From the top of Cucamonga Peak you can see most of the better-known peaks in SoCal, including Saddleback Peak, San Jacinto, San Gorgonio and Mt. Baldy.

Travel:

It will take us about 1hr 35min to drive to the Icehouse Canyon trailhead via the 241 toll road. We should meet at Bootcamp at 5am to gather carpool buddies and leave by 5:15am. Step off from the trailhead will be about 7am. Since Adam has to drive to the Baldy Village Ranger Station to pick up our permit on the morning of the hike, he will depart at 5am sharp! If you’re riding with Adam, arrive early.

Weather:

http://www.mountain-forecast.com/peaks/Cucamonga-Peak/forecasts/2700

 

Parking:

Parking at the Icehouse Cyn trailhead will fill up fast. A National Forest Adventure Pass is required. Please carpool. Do not leave anything of value visible in your car. Make sure you lock your car and display your adventure pass.

Trail Description by SoCal Hiker:

https://socalhiker.net/hiking-cucamonga-peak-via-icehouse-canyon-trail/

Permits:

A National Forest permit is required to hike in this area. Adam will arrange our permits and will pick them up from the Ranger station on the morning of the hike. For information on the area you can contact the Baldy Village Ranger Station (909) 982-2829. This is a good number to have in your phone just in case.

Gear Check: I sent out a suggested gear list at the beginning of the year. That list was meant to be ‘suggested items only’. It was not intended for hikers to take ALL of it. Over the next couple weeks I will be compiling another gear list that will better represent what should be taken on short day hikes including our hike to Mt. Whitney.

For This Hike, bring:

  • Layers of clothing. It will be cool in the morning, but warm up on the second half of the hike. Technical/Athletic clothing that is wicking and breaths. Avoid cotton or jean material.
  • Bring 3+ liters of water. *By this time, you should be getting an idea of how much water you go through. Bring enough, but don’t overload your pack with liquids.
  • Fuel. Same thing for fuel. *You should be getting an idea of how much and what type of fuel you need to sustain a 7+ hour hike.
  • Hat (wide brim preferred)
  • Sunscreen (Ask Ali about a natural alternative for sunscreen and bug spray)
  • Sunglasses
  • Hiking Poles (personal preference)
  • Fully charged Cell Phone (spare battery if you have one)
  • Map (if you have one)
  • A light windbreaker or slick jacket to stuff in your pack
  • That’s about it! Don’t overload your pack with “what if” scenario stuff. Several of the strong hikers bring extra items like first aid kits and water. 

Safety Brief: For this and future hikes, we need to stay together. We have had a tough time doing this. Reminder: if you’re in the front and cannot see the person behind you or call to them, slow down! If you’re in the back and you cannot see the person in front of you or call to them, push yourself to catch up or call on the radio. Keep the person in front and behind you in sight.As we will try to accomplish our goal in a timely manner, we will NOT be able to adjust our speed to cater to individual timelines. Also, we will utilize the buddy system again. Find a buddy and stick with them. If your buddy is feeling ill and needs to descend or wait in place for us, then you wait too. No one should be alone on the trail. Stay together, stay safe. Lastly, if you are feeling ill, you MUST say something. Do not worry about being embarrassed. Not saying something might cause a much larger problem if you continue. Altitude Sickness (Mountain Sickness): http://www.webmd.com/a-to-z-guides/altitude-sickness-topic-overview

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Boot Camp Summer Kick-Off!

KICK OFF THE SUMMER AT FIT BODY BOOT CAMP

Don’t miss out!

FOOD & RUNNING!!!!!

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What more could you ask for?
Saturday, June 11th

First official Summer Run Clinic – Basics

 

 

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PLUS….Mindful Eating Nutrition Workshop & Tasting

  • 9:30-11:30am…..Learn to run better, faster, stronger  – $30 members  $35 non-members
    • with Albert Lu – Coach/Running Specialist
  • 11:45-12:45…..Learn about chronic inflammation, food allergies & eating for your
    blood type – $20 members $25 non-members

    • with Rahnee Melendez – Health & Wellness specialist

Contact Trainer Ali via text for registration link & to RSVP (949) 929-1249

Run Clinics with Trainer Ali & Albert Lu

Learn to:

Run BETTER!    Run LONGER    Run FASTER!    Run PAIN FREE!

Uphill, Downhill, on the Trail, in the Sand!

Join Trainer Ali of Fit Body Boot Camp & Albert Lu of MoveWell Fitness Services in basic & advanced running clinics this summer!

Screen Shot 2016-05-17 at 3.29.43 PM.pngRegistration includes:

  • Running instruction
  • Running Drills
  • Video analysis
  • Self Myofacial Release Exercises
  • Mobility Exercises

PLUS:

Receive a FREE Yoga Tune Up Ball with registration!

REGISTER TODAY

FOR ONE OR ALL  4 CLINICS!

CLINIC DATES:

RUNNING BASICS – June 11th, 2016 at

Fit Body Boot Camp, Foothill Ranch

9:30am -11:30am

RUN BETTER ON HILLS/ELEVATION – July 9th, 2016 at

 Fit Body Boot Camp, Foothill Ranch

9:30am – 10:30am

RUN BETTER ON TRAILS – July 30th, 2016 at

Whiting Ranch Trail Head at Wahoo’s, Foothill Ranch

6:15am – 7:15am

RUN BETTER ON BEACH & SAND – August 6th, 2016 at

 Corona Del Mar State Beach

6:15am – 7:15am

FBBC MEMBERS SINGLE CLINIC: $30     CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

NON-MEMBERS SINGLE CLINIC: $35     CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

FBBC MEMBERS ALL 4 CLINICS: $100    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

NON-MEMBERS ALL 4 CLINICS: $120    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

 

REGISTER TODAY! SPOTS ARE FILLING UP FAST!

CONTACT TRAINER ALI WITH ANY QUESTIONS VIA TEXT

AT (949) 929-1249

 

 

 

Congratulations to Jane!

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This is one amazing lady!

Not only has Jane completed 18 full marathons and more than 60 half marathons over the years, she is now a Fit Body Boot Camp Spartan Race Team member and looking to achieve her Spartan Trifecta in Hawaii this year. One of Jane’s 2016 New Year’s Resolutions was to join our Six-Pack-of-Peaks Hiking Challenge. So far she has completed every hike on the schedule and is seriously training for Mt. Whitney, the highest point in the continental United States coming up in September. She has logged well over 100 hiking miles so far and plans to keep that number rising. Jane even decided to complete two back-to-back Fit Body Boot Camp sessions in one day.

WOW! I love this lady!

Not only is she committed, she has also motivated and challenged others along the way. Congratulations, Jane!

Criteria for Fit Body Boot Camp’s Member of the Month is listed below and Jane has achieved it without question!

  • Motivating others
  • Having a positive attitude
  • Consistency in training
  • Taking on new challenges
  • Participation in Fit Body Boot Camp events
  • Loving on Trainer Ali (my personal favorite)

Keep it up, Jane……You are truly AMAZING!