Class Schedule

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Our group fitness classes are offered in the morning and evening multiple times per week! Any questions about boot camp? Contact Envision Fitness here.

Virtual Boot Camp:
Monday - Thursday from 6:15am - 7:00am
Saturday from 8:30am - 9:15am
In-Person Boot Camp:
Monday - Thursday from 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Saturday from 8:30am - 9:15am


How do you feel about your overall health? Have you set goals to improve your mental and physical wellness? We would love to chat and create your personalized Wellness Profile! Click here to book a free, no-obligation consultation with an Envision Fitness trainer.


What is a fitness boot camp?

Fitness boot camp is a high-intensity group exercise class at Envision Fitness. Inspired by our founder’s Marine Corps training, fitness boot camp combines strength training, high-intensity training, and cardiovascular conditioning. Each day of the week focuses on different muscle groups and intensity levels, so you will be constantly challenging your body and building your confidence.

Fitness boot camp is an awesome workout for athletes of all experience levels. But the main focus of our group fitness classes is community building. Our instructors take the time to get to know each member personally, and we always make sure every member knows each other too. We work harder and achieve more when we work together!

Do you think I can do boot camp?

We hear this question constantly. Yes! The classes are small – we cap them at 12 on weekdays – and our coaches are always willing & able to modify to your individual ability if needed.

Can I come in and workout on my own?

We do offer an Open Gym Membership for $45 per month.


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