Local Fitness Coach Offers Free Saturday Fitness Bootcamp In Exchange For Canned Foods

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  • Miami, FL (1888PressRelease) November 08, 2010 - Burn calories, feel better, and help the hungry. Rafael Moret, owner of South Florida based i-Bootcamp.com, an outdoor fitness boot camp program, is determined to get people in the best shape of there lives and help the hungry this Thanksgiving.

    The South Florida fitness boot camp has classes weekdays for people that want a little bit more out of their workout, but every Saturday from now until Thanksgiving they will be offering a free class in the morning. The only requirement is that you bring a food donation that will be collected and donated to the 365 Food Drive in Broward.The class will be for 45 minutes and is for beginers and advanced boot campers. "Thanksgiving is not only a time to be grateful for what you have but grateful for the ability to help others" said Moret Bootcamp workouts are very popular right now and with the upcoming holiday, mixing a free workout with a food donation to help others is the way to go.

    Suggested Donation Items
    All items must be nonperishable
    Canned Meats
    Canned Vegetables
    Canned Fruits
    Canned Fish
    Peanut Butter
    Jelly or Jam
    Soups - Canned or Instant
    Individually-Packaged Entrees
    Cereal - Hot or Cold
    Shelf Milk
    Beans - Dry and Canned
    Baby Food and Formula
    Diapers and Wipes
    Crackers and Cookies
    Nonperishable Cheese

    "Exercising makes you feel better and look better, along with that we should be doing things that are better for others." The boot camp is offered indoors and outdoors in Pembroke Pines and in Miami Lakes weekdays. For more information about the Free Saturday morning class or any of the other classes contact Rafael at 754-244-9102 or visit the website www.i-Bootcamp.com

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