Dragon Fire Fitness Schedule

Monday:

8-9:15am: Boot Camp 1

9:30am-4:45pm: Personal Training

6-7:30pm: Self Defense Class

7:30pm – 9pm Advanced Self defense

Wednesday:

6-8am: Personal Training

8-9:15am: Boot Camp 1

9:30-10:45am: Personal Training

6- 7:30pm: Self-defense Class

7:30-9pm Advanced Self Defense Class

Friday:
8-9:30am: Boot Camp Class 1
9:45am-4:45pm: Personal Training
5-7pm Self Defense Class

Tuesday:

6-8am: Personal Training

8-9:15am: Boot Camp 2

9:30-10:45am: Recovery Class

11-4:45pm: Personal Training

6-7:30pm: Boot Camp 3

Thursday:

8-9:15am: Boot Camp 2

9:30-10:45am: Recovery Class

11am-4pm: Personal Training

7-8:15pm Boot Camp 3

Saturday:

8-9:15am: Boot Camp 2

9:30-10:30am Recovery Class

10:50am-1pm: Self Defense Class (Open Class)

1pm-9pm: Personal Training

6-7:30pm: Boot Camp 3


Fitness Course Rules

1. Respect yourself and respect your trainer.
2. No profanity.
3. No quitting.
4. No drugs or alcohol.
5. Stay hydrated.

6. If you feel you may be hurt or injured stop and tell your trainer.
7. No violence.
8. No racial remarks.
9. Work hard and you will see your rewards.

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Obstacle Course Runs

1

Personal Training Clients Trained

1

Completed Push Ups

1

Styles of Martials Arts Studied


Personal Fitness Training

The U.S. Department Of Health & Human Services released the “2008 Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans” the first comprehensive guidelines on physical activity to be issued by the U.S. government. These guidelines list the following major research findings regarding physical activity and its associated health benefits.

  • Regular physical activity reduces the risk of many adverse health outcomes.
    Some physical activity is better than none.
  • For most health outcomes, additional benefits occur as the amount of physical activity increases through higher intensity, greater frequency, and/or longer duration.
  • Most health benefits occur with at least 150 minutes a week of moderate-intensity physical activity, such as brisk walking. Additional benefits occur with more physical activity.
  • Both aerobic (endurance) and muscle-strengthening (resistance) physical activity are beneficial.
  • Health benefits occur in all ages and in all racial and ethnic groups.
  • The health benefits of physical activity occur for people with disabilities.
  • The benefits of physical activity far outweigh the possibility of adverse outcomes.
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