Plumsteadville PA Boot Camp Fitness Program

Don’t let the words “boot camp” in our name scare you. Doylestown Adventure Boot Camp is designed to help women at all levels of fitness.

Whether you’re just getting started, or have honed yourself into a seasoned athlete, your personal trainer help you find the fitness program that’s right for you. Get away from boring, repetitive gym workouts and get started on a program that will get you fit, and fit your lifestyle.

Nutrition Counseling in Plumsteadville PA

Do you eat breakfast each day? Do you get the right amount of protein and good healthy fats? Do you overdo it with carbohydrates? If you’ve answered yes to any of these questions, you aren’t alone. The nutrition counseling team at Doylestown Adventure Boot Camp is ready to teach you how to make healthy choices through a personalized dietary program.

Women’s Only Boot Camp in Plumsteadville

Doylestown Adventure Boot Camp for Women is a four-week program modeled after Dr. John Spencer Ellis’s Adventure Boot Camp. The Adventure Boot Camp method is based around a five-days-a-week program aimed at helping you improve your core and upper body strength, decrease your body fat, lose weight and run faster.

Plumsteadville Personal Trainer Sessions

Personal trainer Wendy Yazujian and her staff are ready to provide you with at-home training sessions, for couples, small groups, or just one-on-one. When you work with our Plumsteadville personal trainers, you’ll get trained on agility, endurance, strength, core stability and flexibility. Improve your self-confidence and your overall well-being. We can even design a gym for your home that fits your specific fitness goals.

About Plumsteadville PA

A small census-designated place located in central Bucks County, Plumsteadville sits along PA Route 611 just north of Doylestown. With a population of 2,637, the town is best known as a residential neighborhood. Residents of Plumsteadville have a number of outdoor activities to stay healthy and active throughout the year, including biking through Tinicum Park, rock climbing at High Rocks, and hiking through a number of local parks. Businesses have begun to thrive as of 2016 thanks to a new business initiative that aims to promote future commercial growth.