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We get you results. The #1 Results Driven Bootcamp in Boston. 30 minutes HIIT sessions. Come see what the buzz is all about. Sign up for a FREE WEEK here- www.FBBCBoston.com #unstoppable
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Happy Easter and Happy Patriots Day!
Wishing all our runners and safe and successful Marathon!
Limited hours on Patriots Day Mornin April 17th 2017
8:10 am - 8:40 am Boot Camp 30 min
9:00 am - 9:30 am Boot Camp 30 min
11:30 am - 12:00 pm Boot Camp 30 min
12:15 pm - 12:45 pm Boot Camp 30 min
4:30 pm - 5:00 pm Boot Camp 30 min
5:10 pm - 5:40 pm Boot Camp 30 min
5:15 pm - 6:00 pm Tabata Body
5:50 pm - 6:20 pm Boot Camp 30 min
6:15 pm - 7:05 pm Vinyasa All Level Yoga
6:30 pm - 7:00 pm Boot Camp 30 min
7:15 pm - 8:00 pm Body Barre

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Correction: 7:10 PM Bootcamp tonight is still on! Sorry for the confusion

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FBBC Boston is going to be taking part of ANOTHER Spartan Race and we cant wait to kill it again!
Take a look *below* at how awesome we looked at our last race!
Do not let this race scare you, it is open to all levels. We are going as a team and will leave NOBODY behind!
To motivate you even more, theres a groupon for this race!
We will be racing on Sunday, June 18 at the 12:15pm or later slot
Join our team!
When you are signing up, be sure to click the option join a team
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I'm sad your doing it Sunday I signed up for Saturday 😢

Morning bootcamps at Boston FBBC... these campers are literally #Unstoppable !! Come see what the hype is all about! With coach BeccaOne Checca Sign up for FREE here ---> www.FBBCBoston.com and be a part of our #unstoppable community #FBBCBoston

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Excited to be back home from the FBBC World Conference and Fitness Business Summit - back with tons of new inspiration and ideas to make our bootcamp even better!! Thank you Campers for making Boston FBBC an amazing community and the place to get results!

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We give you the tools, you put the work. Results driven gym... and amazing clients like Candice and Lisa that are committed to improve their health and hustle at bootcamp every day!! There are no magic pills. So proud of these girls and their hard work! Thanks for believing in us and following the system.

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Team Boston FBBC on its way to San Diego for the FBBC World 🌎 Conference and Fitness Business Summit!! ✈️
Campers, hold the fort, keep up the good work, and be good to Momma Bear Karen! xoxo

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Have fun guys...

Bella como siempre

Have fun Nick Valente!!

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No More Excuses Tuesday! #FBBCBoston
5 WORKOUTS FOR A STRONG CORE
Did you know that your core includes 35 muscles that make up your back, sides, abdominals and hips?
When people think of core muscles, abs are the first to come to mind. However, your core includes a lot more muscles than your abdominals. In fact, it’s everything besides your leg and arm muscles. While your legs and arms do the work necessary to get you moving, the core does the stabilizing, initiating, and supporting throughout the process. Strong core muscles make simple physical activities easier, protect your spine, make you leaner, and improve your balance. Athletes who want to kick or punch hard need a strong, stable core behind the movement.
You can’t effectively strengthen your core with isolation exercises like the crunch. Crunches are great, but they only work your abdominals. If you want a strong core, focus on movements that target multiple muscle groups at once (like your abs, back, and side muscles) so your core is forced to stabilize your entire body.
Instability exercises that put your balancing skills to the test are highly effective at strengthening your core. Here are a few to try.

Side Plank:
Work your abs, upper back, and shoulders with the side plank. To do this simple exercise, lie on the floor on your right side. Your body should be in a straight line and your left foot on top of your right. Place your right forearm or palm on the floor to support your body and raise your left arm up toward the ceiling. Tighten your abs and lift your hips off the floor. Hold for 15 to 30 seconds. Lower your body and switch to the other side.

Russian Twist:
To do a Russian twist, sit on the floor, lean your upper body back, bend your legs, and—if possible—raise your feet off the ground. You can either hold a dumbbell, weighted plate, weighted ball, or an imaginary ball in your hands in front of you. Twist your upper body to the right, bringing the ball or weight over to the right, then twist to the left, bringing the ball or weight with you. Continue twisting from side to side.

Bird Dog:
Strengthen your lower back muscles, build your core, and test your balance with the bird dog exercise. For this one, you’ll need to get on your hands and knees on the floor as if about to crawl. Slowly lift your right arm straight out in front of you. At the same time, extend your left leg straight out behind you. Hold this position a few seconds then lower them both to starting position. Now slowly lift your left arm and your right leg. Hold and lower. Continue alternating from side to side.

Liftoff:
This exercise may seem awkward at first, but it’s highly effective at targeting your back, shoulders, abs, glutes, and hamstrings. Stand up straight and then lean over, bending at the hips so your upper body is parallel to the floor. Extend your arms down toward the ground. Then, raise both arms out to the side while lifting your right leg straight behind you. Lower your arms and leg until it’s a few inches off the floor. Repeat for a minute then switch legs.

Lunge with a Twist:
A lunge with a twist not only works your legs but your core as well. Stand up straight and hold your hands in front of you. Holding a weighted ball or dumbbell is optional. Lunge forward on your right leg and lower your body until your right thigh is parallel to the floor. Once in this position, twist your upper body to the left. Return to the starting position, lunge forward on your left leg, and twist to the right. Continue alternating sides.

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No More Excuses Tuesday!  #FBBCBoston
5 WORKOUTS FOR A STRONG CORE 
Did you know that your core includes 35 muscles that make up your back, sides, abdominals and hips?
When people think of core muscles, abs are the first to come to mind. However, your core includes a lot more muscles than your abdominals. In fact, it’s everything besides your leg and arm muscles. While your legs and arms do the work necessary to get you moving, the core does the stabilizing, initiating, and supporting throughout the process. Strong core muscles make simple physical activities easier, protect your spine, make you leaner, and improve your balance. Athletes who want to kick or punch hard need a strong, stable core behind the movement.
You can’t effectively strengthen your core with isolation exercises like the crunch. Crunches are great, but they only work your abdominals. If you want a strong core, focus on movements that target multiple muscle groups at once (like your abs, back, and side muscles) so your core is forced to stabilize your entire body.
Instability exercises that put your balancing skills to the test are highly effective at strengthening your core. Here are a few to try.

Side Plank:
Work your abs, upper back, and shoulders with the side plank. To do this simple exercise, lie on the floor on your right side. Your body should be in a straight line and your left foot on top of your right. Place your right forearm or palm on the floor to support your body and raise your left arm up toward the ceiling. Tighten your abs and lift your hips off the floor. Hold for 15 to 30 seconds. Lower your body and switch to the other side.

Russian Twist:
To do a Russian twist, sit on the floor, lean your upper body back, bend your legs, and—if possible—raise your feet off the ground. You can either hold a dumbbell, weighted plate, weighted ball, or an imaginary ball in your hands in front of you. Twist your upper body to the right, bringing the ball or weight over to the right, then twist to the left, bringing the ball or weight with you. Continue twisting from side to side.

Bird Dog:
Strengthen your lower back muscles, build your core, and test your balance with the bird dog exercise. For this one, you’ll need to get on your hands and knees on the floor as if about to crawl. Slowly lift your right arm straight out in front of you. At the same time, extend your left leg straight out behind you. Hold this position a few seconds then lower them both to starting position. Now slowly lift your left arm and your right leg. Hold and lower. Continue alternating from side to side.

Liftoff:
This exercise may seem awkward at first, but it’s highly effective at targeting your back, shoulders, abs, glutes, and hamstrings. Stand up straight and then lean over, bending at the hips so your upper body is parallel to the floor. Extend your arms down toward the ground. Then, raise both arms out to the side while lifting your right leg straight behind you. Lower your arms and leg until it’s a few inches off the floor. Repeat for a minute then switch legs.

Lunge with a Twist:
A lunge with a twist not only works your legs but your core as well. Stand up straight and hold your hands in front of you. Holding a weighted ball or dumbbell is optional. Lunge forward on your right leg and lower your body until your right thigh is parallel to the floor. Once in this position, twist your upper body to the left. Return to the starting position, lunge forward on your left leg, and twist to the right. Continue alternating sides.

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