Sgt Mike's Bootcamp

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2014 Fall West Side RAC Boot Camp Info!

Sign up at the http://www.therac.net/bootcamp.html

EVENING Classes @ Greenlake:
Days/Time: Monday/Wednesday/Saturday, 6:00pm - 7:15pm, for 8 weeks starting Monday, September 8.
$99 + tax
Where: Meet at the track at the South end of Green Lake. It is the ¼ mile track next to the soccer fields on the corner of East Green Lake Way N and West Green Lake Way N, across the street from the Green Lake golf course.[Map of Green Lake Park-South, 5900 W Green Lake Way N, Seattle, 98103 http://mapq.st/ekVjnw]
First Class: Please get to the track at 5:45 pm to check-in and sign the class waiver.

MORNING Classes @ Gasworks:

Days/TimeTuesday/Thursday/Saturday, 6:00am - 7:00am, for 8 weeks starting Tuesday, September 9.
$99 + tax
WhereClass meets at Gasworks Park (2101 N Northlake Way, Seattle, WA). We will meet on top of Sundial Hill every class.
First Class Day: Please show up at 5:50am to check-in and sign the class waiver.

Saturday class will be held at Lower Woodland Park from 8AM – 9AM.  Meet at the track.

General Class Information
Supplies: Bring a backpack with water bottle, towel and anything else you may need to survive the extended class.
Attire: Dress for the weather. There will be days when you’ll get wet and dirty.
Expectations: You are always expected to do YOUR personal best for class. For first timers, this means learning to pace yourself during the first couple of classes. Pushing yourself with Boot Camp will help take your fitness to a new level – and that level is personal to each Boot Camper! I will give you a taste of real Army Boot Camp energy..hating me is okay, because if you stick with it, you will thank me later.

View the RAC class schedule

 

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.

SGT-Mike

 

THANK YOU TO OUR SUPPORTERS AND SPONSORS

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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


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10/7/2011 – Read about Sgt Mike Lawson’s world class workout in the Seattle Times
 

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10/6/2011Watch Sgt. Mike in Action with the SPU men’s and women’s basketball teams.

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11/18/2011 – Read about Sgt. Mike in Northwest Military Magazine

6/3/2009 – Read about Sgt. Mike’s Basketball Boot Camp in the Weekly Herald