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Red Line Total Body Training
$59 for Six Weeks of Red Line Total Body Indoor Boot Camp (value $145)
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- Hitting things with a sledgehammer has always been satisfying. Now it can be rewarding too.
- Grab six weeks of Total Body indoor boot camp at Red Line Fitness for only $59.
- See what all the fuss is about with this great boot camp course.
- Enjoy the benefit of a total body workout using everyday movements.
- Participate every Tuesday and Thursday in the 6.15am class, the 6.15pm class, or both.
There's only one way that you can go around pulling sleds, flipping tyres, and hitting objects with sledgehammers without looking like a psycho child and that is at boot camp.
Grab six weeks of total body indoor boot camp at Red Line Fitness for only $59.
Get total body fit for summer, blitz fat and tone up fast using all the total body training toys. Flip tyres, pull sleds, flick heavy ropes, and hit things with sledgehammers. This is your opportunity to train hard and have fun in a group at the same time. The classes are held on Tuesday and Thursdays at 6.15am and 6.15pm. Choose to go to one or both sessions in a day.
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