Okay campers, Rocco Castellano is scheduled to put campers at our Almaden boot camp location through the paces this Friday, August 14th, at 6 am SHARP! Y’all ready??? Whatever you do, don’t chicken out and sleep in. You might find Rocco on your porch a little after 7 am :-). He’s a “no excuses” kind of guy.
Guess what, campers!!?? You’re going to get the opportunity to work out with celebrity trainer, Rocco Castellano, at our San Jose/Almaden boot camp location on Friday, August 14th at 6 am! I’m opening up this special class to ALL lifeSport boot campers, not just those registered at the Almaden location.
Rocco is a fitness colleague of mine that will be in San Jose for a few days (he’s training a Miss California pageant contestant here), so I asked him if he’d be willing to guest teach at one of my camps. You can learn more about Rocco here: www.askrocco.com
Now, I gotta warn you….. Rocco and I have different (WAY different) teaching styles. Rocco looks and acts like his last name should be “Soprano”. He’s gonna put you through his all body weight, no-muscle-left-untouched workout saturated with Italian anecdote and irreverent candor–and probably a few swear words (considered yourself officially warned 🙂 ). Rocco is pretty hard core, but he’s also very entertaining. You don’t want to miss this workout!
Our Almaden boot camp location is : 1260 Branham Lane, San Jose 95118. Class is held from 6:00-6:50 am in the quad. Don’t forget water and a mat! And don’t even THINK about being late. You don’t want to get on this guy’s bad side ;-).
You can bring a guest. For FREE. Just make sure they arrive early to fill out our usual camper paperwork.
See you on Friday, August 14th at 6:00 am (and not a second later!).
Now, on to your weekend workout…
This weekend, I’d like ALL campers from ALL locations to get in a basic High Intensity Cardio Interval workout. You can use a machine at your gym, you can bike, swim or run. It will take you less than 25 minutes, start to finish. The mode you choose doesn’t matter as much to me as your INTENSITY during your intervals. Get it done!
After a 3-5 minute warm up, do your activity for another 2-3 minutes as a steady, moderate pace. From there, crank it up into interval training with this pattern:
45 seconds HARD
45 seconds RECOVERY (easier level, but not “cool down” level)
Beginners should complete 4-6 intervals. Advanced folks should aim for 7-10 intervals.
Don’t forget to cool down, drink water and stretch after your workout.