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Businiess name:  Boot Camp L.a.
Review by:  citysearch c.
Review content: 
One of the key ingredients to success in any athletic endeavor, be it professional basketball or a daily workout regimen, is good coaching. A good coach motivates you, helps you reach your physical potential. That's why BootCamp L.A. is such a great outfit to get (or stay) in shape; it's run by Jay Kerwin (AKA the Major), a veteran of the Special Operations Pararescue Team, who has matured into a great coach. Indeed, Kerwin defines what coaching is. He'll make you work, but he'll make that work count. He'll pay attention to your form so you maximize your efforts and avoid injuries. And encourage you while you're doing so. With his quirky sense of humor, he may even put a smile on your face while you're sweating those extra pounds off. When you're looking for a gym, you want to make sure its hours accommodate your schedule and its equipment meets your needs. When you're looking for a fitness boot camp, it's not so much the equipment that matters, but the personnel. And Jay Kerwin is the coach you need to stay motivated and to, if you follow the regimen, to get in the best shape of your life.

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