2. What’s the difference between Basic Training and boot camp?
Basic Training pertains to the navy. Boot camp pertains to the army, airforce, and marines. Different names, same results:
3. Who participates in Basic Training?
Basic Training is open to anyone and everyone with a physically active background.
4. What if I have to miss a session?
If you have to travel, work, vacation, get sick or have an emergency, the days can be made up (do not abuse this courtesy).
5. Is there an age limit to join?
Yes. You must be at least 21 years old.
6. At what time is Basic Training held?
Schedule of Classes:
6-7AM – Monday – Tuesday – Wednesday – Thursday – Friday
7AM – 7PM – Monday – Friday
7. Can I join Basic Training at anytime?
Basic Training offers an ongoing enrollment program year round.
8. What do I need to bring to the Basic Training classes?
Yoga mat, towel, and a “have fun” attitude. Basic Training provides water, medicine balls, and spri bands.
9. How do I reserve a spot for Basic Training?
Call Basic Training at (323) 363-8533 for sign-up information and methods of payment. Or click here to sign up online. Reserve your spot now, class size is limited.
10. Does Basic Training continue during the winter?
Basic Training is held year round at the base camp:
1850 W Silver Lake Dr Los Angeles, CA 90026
Intersection of West Silverlake Dr. and Van Pelt Pl.
11. When I purchase a basic training package, am I restricted to certain days or times?
In order to change classes, you must be evaluated by the instructor. Speak with you instructor to be evaluated.
12. If Basic Training is not for me, can I get a refund?
Sorry, no refunds. Basic training encourages you to commit to 2 days per week for 6 weeks then evaluate your results.
13. How do I benefit from the Basic Training program?
Please click here to view some of the benefits of the Basic Training program.
14. What are the methods of payment accepted?
We accept cash, check, visa, mastercard, american express, discover, and paypal.
15. Do instructors yell in class?
No. If participants don’t follow orders, everyone suffers. “One for all, all for one.”