Give FitWit one month, and you'll get a new lease on life in return – all while supporting a great cause. With locations in Midtown, Grant Park, Decatur and a brand-spankin' new one in North Druid Hills, there are even more places to get started on that rockin' bod.
Sure, you could call FitWit a “bootcamp,” like the millions of outdoor fitness classes running amok in Atlanta’s parks, tracks and recreation centers, but you’d be missing the big picture. FitWit is more than a bootcamp; it's more than a fitness class; it’s a lifestyle—a lifestyle that makes workouts a little more about camaraderie and A LOT more about community.
For every “camper” who signs up for FitWit, the group gives the gift of fitness to a deserving youngin’ through the non-profit organization The FitWit Foundation. Which means while we’re sweating off our winter layer of warmth or toning up these burgeoning biceps, it feels even better because we're paying the gift of fitness forward. And while we could wax poetic on how awesome this simple company mission is, we’ll stop there and move on to what you're getting into. Because it's a whole lot more than charitable warm and fuzzies. You’re also inheriting a rocking bod, a new lease on life and, more importantly, some pretty good motivation to keep it going after your 30 days are up.
As a new camper to FitWit by way of Scoutmob, get ready for:
16 FitWit Workouts:
One month of classes offered at 16 different time slots in Midtown, Grant Park, Decatur, or North Druid Hills. Choose from three start dates: 8/26, 9/23, and 10/21 and expect an ever-changing mix of the following:
- Cardiovascular and metabolic conditioning with running and jump rope training
- Strength, power, and stamina with kettlebell, bodyweight and suspension training
- Functional fitness with sandbags, battling ropes, medicine balls and free weights
- Sprinting, agility, and power training with plyometric boxes, cones and hurdles
- Core strength and stability with exercise bands, ab wheels and body bars
- Mobility drills and flexibility exercises through daily warm-up and cool-down routines.
Seriously, if you’re committed to making fitness a way of life, this is the best way we know of to jumpstart it.