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YMCA Offers Tabata Bootcamp™

ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

The Albany Area YMCA is registering participants for the next session of Tabata Bootcamp™, which runs from April 7-June 2, 2014.

Tabata Bootcamp™ is an 8-week program that combines high-intensity interval training with behavior modification for healthy eating. Participants in Tabata Bootcamp™ often report significant results with weight loss and overall health.

Participants in Tabata Bootcamp™ can take advantage of three 30-minute group workouts per week; online tracking of eating and activity; regular fitness assessments; motivational small group atmosphere; practical nutritional guidelines that are designed to help participants make permanent lifestyle changes; website access to over 50 workout videos for home use and helpful nutritional tips; oversight and analysis from a local, trained and certified instructor.  

Tabata Bootcamp™ classes will take place at the Albany Area YMCA Central Facility, 1701 Gillionville Road, Albany. Exercise classes will be held Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays from 10:30-11:00 a.m. at the YMCA.   Anyone interested in finding out more about Tabata Bootcamp™ is invited to attend one of two free informational sessions scheduled at the YMCA.

Certified instructor, Julie Michas, will be on hand to answer all questions. The informational sessions will be held Monday, March 24 and Wednesday, March 26 at 10:30 a.m.   Tabata Bootcamp™ is being led by Julie Michas. Michas holds a Bachelor of Science in Health Science Education and a Master of Science in Health Science Education from University of Florida, and has been a fitness instructor for over twenty years.

 She is certified as a group fitness instructor through American Council on Exercise, and is certified as a Tabata Bootcamp™ instructor. If you cannot attend one of the information sessions, contact Julie at 229-436-0531.

 

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