BOOT CAMP ON THE WEB:
Summer Session Starts in June!
Mon / Wed classes start on 06/03/13 and run for 8 weeks from 6 PM to 7:15 PM. Meet at the south end of Greenlake near the tennis courts. $99 + tax
Tu / Th classes start on 06/04/13 and run for 8 weeks from 6:00 AM to 7:00 AM. Meet at the waterfront platform near the east end of the park. $99 + tax
Monday, Wednesday, Friday – Noon Platoon. 12-1pm.
Saturday classes are 8am – 9:30. Bring a friend you don’t want to keep.ABOUT MIKE
Sgt. Mike Lawson is a former NATO Commando, who graduated #1 in his French Commando School. Mike has been training and coaching basketball for 20+ years, including the likes of high school, collegiate and professional athletes. Sgt. Lawson’s Boot Camp has helped trained thousands of individuals in the Puget Sound area.
SGT. Mike Lawson is demanding, inspiring, knowledgeable, athletic, and tireless. He is an experienced leader who successfully coaches people to overcome their own obstacles, achieve goals, and tap the power within. He is a master at combining just the right elements of old school gym class, real military basic training, and highly effective functional training in his classes and coaching programs. Between the groans and the sweat, there is plenty of laughter in his classes.
People say they view life a little differently after spending time in one of Mike’s classes or athletic training sessions.
THANK YOU TO OUR SUPPORTERS AND SPONSORS
BEST IN WESTERN WASHINGTON 2011 & 2012
“You jog, sprint, wall-sit, weight-lift, lunge and wield 4-foot-long foam-covered weights, which Lawson matter-of-factly calls “torture bars.” And remember, you’re paying for the pleasure of enduring this pain.”
- Seattle Times
“I’ve known Mike for over 15 years … He’s had a positive impact on so many athletes – young and old, professional and amateur – motivating and inspiring each of them to achieve personal goals and reach new heights.”
-Karen Bryant, Seattle Storm CEO and President
RECENT NEWS10/7/2011 – Read about Sgt Mike Lawson’s world class workout in the Seattle Times