What is “Boot Camp?”
Recruits who join any branch of the US Armed Forces undergo intense physical training called “boot camp” to develop the strength, teamwork, and mental discipline necessary for the military service. This is done through calisthenics. Calisthenics has been proven time and again to be the ultimate method of perfecting the body. This training method and principle has proven to be the best form of conditioning due to its relative convenience. With consistency and the ability to train anytime and anywhere, this makes calisthenics the ultimate method of reaching your fitness goals. In addition to the military, coaches in many sports have also used boot camp-style training to prepare their teams at the beginning of a new season.
Why Roll Call?
In the last 10 years, Boot Camp programs have sprung up across the world and many American cities. They are in gyms and parks and have become a popular way for civilians to get fit. Many of theses programs are altered versions of aerobic and fitness classes. Roll Call sets the standard though teamwork and the bond each troop develops during the demanding training. You will be pushed further, worked harder and achieve goals you never thought possible.
Roll Call focuses on basic calisthenics, running, strength building, and flexibility training to work all of the major muscle groups. All workouts are conducted as a team thus adding the motivation of peers.
Roll Call is a no nonsense fitness program based on military style PT used by today’s finest men and women of our armed forces.