Welcome to the 2020 fitness boot camp schedule page for lifeSport Fitness boot camps in the Almaden/Cambrian and Willow Glen areas of San Jose.

Our workouts run on a nearly “year round” basis. Our goal is to be there for you on a consistent basis all year long so you’ll get better results. We do take a few “de-load” weeks off during the year to let you rest your muscles. We do our best to schedule these weeks off during common vacation/holiday times for your convenience.

You can start attending our fitness boot camp at any time as a regular member. If you begin in the middle of a month, we’ll pro-rate that month for you.

If you haven’t worked out with us before, we suggest you sign up for our free one week trial offer to test drive our workouts (click the “sign up” button over there on the right). You must schedule your FREE one-week trial ahead of time so that we know when to expect you.

We want to keep things simple and consistent for you, so we’ve averaged out the total number of possible workouts you could attend over the year and divided that number by 12 months, so that you pay the same monthly fee each month, on the first of the month. Simple and easy to budget!


We guarantee that if you attend camp regularly and follow our simple guidelines as directed, you’ll lose AT LEAST one clothing size at the end of your first camp or your money back!

These are the days/weeks we will not be holding our fitness boot camps:

  • January 20th (Martin Luther King Day)
  • February 17th (President’s Day)
  • April 13th-17th
  • May 25th (Memorial Day)
  • July 1st-5th
  • September 2nd (Labor Day)
  • November 27th-November 29th
  • December 23rd-January 1st, 2021

To learn more about the locations and days/times of our fitness boot camps in San Jose, please click the link below:

lifeSport Fitness boot camps in San Jose

Boot Camp Location:

John Muir Middle School
1260 Branham Lane
San Jose, CA 95118


M-W-F 6:00–6:50 am

Interested in a Women-Only WORKOUT?

We’ve got a specialty camp just for women over 40! Learn more about it here: