12 January 2015

Reboot your life with a boot camp session

Does the prospect of joining a Boot Camp thrill but terrify you? It shouldn’t if you're exercising in a safe professional environment guided by experts.


Rather than just reading this – come and try it out for yourself at one of our FREE "taster" sessions on offer! 

The Sports Science Institute of South Africa (SSISA), in partnership with Futurelife High Protein Smart Food, runs action packed 4-week camps in numerous venues around Cape Town in beautiful natural settings.

Run by biokineticists

All sessions are run by biokineticists – so you can experience peace of mind whilst getting your body into great shape.
So where and when?

Two taster sessions are on offer and all you need to do is RSVP to Nikki Ferreira on and give her a shout if you have any queries on 021 659 5649.

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The Pinelands Taster Session will take place on Wednesday 14 January, 17h00 to 18h00. Meet at the Old Mutual Sports Field at 16h50.  Alternatively – if Sea Point is more convenient – join us on Thursday 15 January at 17h45 to 18h45.

Meet at the Outdoor gym area on the Sea Point promenade. Just bring your eager selves, a towel and a water bottle.
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What have you got to lose, except of course extra unwanted rolls and centimetres? You are guaranteed a fun, dynamic, holistic, outdoor workout with our vibrant Sergeant Greg Hyson, who is known to get the best out of his troops in a quasi- military environment. Seize the day!   

For more info about the actual Boot Camp visit sissa.

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