The BOSU has become one of the most widely recognized training tools for individual as well as group training. Designed to challenge the participants balance, strength and coordination, the BOSU provides endless exercise options. The BOSU was invented by David Weck and first entered the fitness market in 2000. Designed to revolutionize functional training, the BOSU has changed the way the fitness industry embraces functional fitness. BOSU stands for “both sides utilized” meaning that exercises can be performed on the dome or on the platform. Crunch was the first national gym chain to launch BOSU programming, with the first class being the highly successful BOSU Bootcamp. BOSU Bootcamp is a drill based cardiovascular and strength class done in a bootcamp style format. The combinations of cardio and strength drills are endless and provide a non-stop, challenging total body workout. Drills and performed both on and off the Bosu. By using the floor which is more stable than the surface of the BOSU, drills are alternated between a stable and unstable surface. The drills are designed in specific pattern that challenges both cardiovascular and strength elements. Easily adaptable to any fitness level, BOSU Bootcamp is a great workout for a variety of participants. Drills are done in a sports conditioning format, allowing each participant to work the drill to the best of their own ability. Elements of speed, agility, power, and strength are tested through a precise series of drills. Drills are carefully constructed to provide multiple level options. The use of multiple level options makes BOSU Bootcamp a workout for the beginning exerciser as well as the seasoned pro.