Marine Corp veteran Sarah Ayers is bringing back her popular boot camp at Waterfront Park. Get in shape, or give your current program the kick in the pants it needs to take your fitness to the next level.
Ayers' female-only morning boot camp will run every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from July 26 through August 20 at Waterfront Park, from 6 to 7 a.m. The class will challenge women of all ages, shapes and sizes to push themselves both physically and mentally, with various cardio, weight training, and yoga techniques. The cost for this class is $150 per person.
Think you can't hack it? Think again! Ayers teaches women when to push themselves, and when to back off to avoid injury. She wants to make sure you love fitness! And, despite her military training, Ayers uses positive reinforcement and group encouragement to push participants through a workout. No yelling!
For a higher-intensity workout, try Inner Strength Fitness' new co-ed TRX and Kettlebell Class. In each class, participants will strengthen their cores and build muscles by combining the use of kettlebells, originally used by the Russian military, and TRX, a common tool of the U.S. military. Led by Sarah Ayers and Ami Scouton, a TRX master trainer and personal trainer, the TRX and Kettlebell class will be held every Tuesday and Thursday from July 27 through August 19 at Waterfront Park from 6 to 7 a.m. The cost for this class is $120 per person.
Space is limited for each class. For more information, or to sign up, contact Sarah Ayers at Sarah@InnerStrengthLouisville.com.
Inner Strength Fitness is designed for participants of all sizes and ages. Classes are led by yoga teacher and seven-year Marine Corps Veteran Sarah Ayers. Fitness services include group boot camp, yoga and personal training. For more information on Sarah Ayers and Inner Strength Fitness, visit InnerStrengthFitness.com.
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