FLIGHT FIT BOOT CAMP

Mix up your exercise routine with an intense trampoline workout like no other!

Vertical motion workouts such as Flight Fit Boot Camps are more exciting, more beneficial, and actually more efficient than horizontal motion workouts like jogging or running.

According to the Well Being Journal, 20 minutes of rebounding exercise is equal to 1 hour of running from a cardiovascular perspective. These workouts are also gentler on the joints, too!

HEADS UP!

Do you have a child 6 years or younger? Bring them in and let them jump around in Kiddie Court while you work out. Flight will provide a court monitor in Kiddie Court!

FLIGHT FIT SCHEDULE

Monday - Tuesday No Class

Wednesday 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm Flight Fit HIIT

Thursday - Friday No Class

Saturday 8:00 am - 9:00 am BOOTCAMP
9:15 am - 10:00 am Bootcamp Beginner

Sunday 9:00 am - 10:00 am

FLIGHT FIT CLASS

$ 10.00

Drop In Per ClassAGES 14+ ONLY
PURCHASE at the PARK

FLIGHT FIT CLASS

$ 15.00

2 ClassesAGES 14+ ONLY
PURCHASE at the PARK

FLIGHT FIT CLASSMost Popular

$ 60.00

10 ClassesAGES 14+ ONLY
PURCHASE at the PARK

REBOUNDING FOR HEALTH

The Well Being Journal also says that rebounding exercise is a better way to detoxify your body than normal grounded workouts because the vertical movement helps pump the flow of lymph in your system to clear out metabolic waste from your cells.

The lymph fluid moves through channels called “vessels” that are filled with one-way valves. The main lymph vessels run up the legs, arms, and torso. The up-and-down movement of rebounding has been reported to increase lymph flow by 15-30 times.

Rebounding exercise also strengthens the immune system by increasing the activity of immune cells by up to 5 times.

YOUR INSTRUCTOR

Michelle O'HalaMichelle O’Hala is a certified Health & Fitness Specialist through the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), and a certfiied Group Exercise Instructor through the Aerobics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA).

She has been teaching group exercise and personal training for about 3 years, and has a wide variety of group exercise experience including: High Intensity Interval Training, Bootcamp, Cardio Kickboxing, Tabata, Circuit Training, Power Strength, and Core Strength.

Michelle graduated from Springfield College in 2011 with a BS in Applied Exercise Science.

WHAT TO BRING

We have lots of fun, so bring a smile and a friend and let’s get fit while we play.

  • SQUEEZE WATER BOTTLE with a nipple or straw spout. A drinking fountain is also available by the bathrooms.  Gatorade and other sports drinks must stay on deck area.
  • SPORTS TOWEL: If you sweat a lot, consider bringing a sports towel to dry off in between segments. Sweat on the trampolines can make it unexpectedly slippery.
  • SWEATS or WARM-UPS: In cold weather, arrive and leave in a warm-up suit to keep those muscles warm.

WHEN YOU ARRIVE

Arrive about 10-15 min early to check-in and if it’s your first time, make sure your waiver is signed.  If you need to, use the bathroom and blow your nose prior to class.

Remove all excess clothing, necklaces, dangling earrings, cell phones, etc … and store them in the cubbies.  Jewelry can fall off in the pit never to be found again, so it’s better to take it off.

During Flight Fit classes, shoes are allowed as long as they are clear of rocks and non-marking athletic shoes.

We recommend using our jump “grippy” socks for best results on trampolines. We sell “grippy” socks at the sales counter. Lockers are also available for rent.