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Fit Body Boot Camp

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Fit Body Boot Camp
Fit Body Boot Camp Logo.png
Type
Private
GenreFitness
Founded 📆2009
Founder 👔Bedros Keuilian
Headquarters 🏙️,
Chino Hills, California
,
Area served 🗺️
Members
Number of employees
Websitefitbodybootcamp.com
address
telephone

Fit Body Boot Camp is a fitness franchise based in Chino Hills, California.

History[edit]

Fit Body Boot Camp is a Fitness boot camp was founded by CEO Bedros Keuilian[1] in 2009. Since 2011[2] it has been franchised[3], with locations run by owner-coaches.[4][5] There are about six hundred of their gym franchise locations in 2019 within Canada and the US.[2][6].

Work-outs[edit]

The company provides 30-minute workouts that include warm-ups and cool-downs, that utilize high-intensity interval training, which involve cycles of cardio, strength, and resistance training.[7] Stations take 50 seconds of work each.[8][9][10]

References[edit]

  1. "Turn a Good Idea Into a Business Empire With 'Man Up' Author Bedros Keulian". KTLA. 14 September 2018.
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Fit Body Boot Camp Franchise Information". Entrepreneur Magazine.
  3. "FBBC Fitness Franchise Opportunities".
  4. "'We are not dying at 60 anymore': Fitness coach pushes senior health as Canadians live longer". CBC News.
  5. Okyle, Carly (31 January 2016). "This Man Lost Weight and Found a Career in a Fitness Franchise". Entrepreneur Magazine.
  6. "This Fitness CEO is Revolutionizing the Franchise Industry Just By Caring More". Forbes.com.
  7. "Kickstart Your Heart". Providence Online.
  8. "Fit Body Boot Camp is guaranteed to make you sweat: Stretching Out". Cleveland.com.
  9. "Amazing HIIT Before-and-After Pictures - Reader's Digest". Reader's Digest.
  10. MINSKY, DAVID. "Spotlight on: Fit Body Boot Camp - Biz Spotlight". www.santamariasun.com. Santa Maria Sun.


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