Columbus, OH, June 05, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- “Lack of childcare can be a big obstacle that keeps people from committing to reach their fitness goals, especially for single parents or parents with mismatched schedules,” says camp owner and head trainer Jason Yun. “We are trying to eliminate that hurdle for many of our campers and potential campers by allowing them to bring their children along with them while they work out.”
Kids of campers can now accompany their parents to class, where parents will be able to keep an eye on them throughout the entire workout. Supervised childcare is not provided; parents are responsible for bringing entertainment along for their kids and ensuring that their kids don’t disrupt instruction. There are no age restrictions in place; however, if the child is not of walking age, the parent must provide a seat, bouncer, etc. Parents are prohibited from bringing sick kids to class.
For more information and to register to bring your child to camp with you in Hilliard or Reynoldsburg, visit http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/KPRRTSX.
For schedules and more information on how you can sign up for Yun Fitness Boot Camps and receive a free two-week trial, visit http://www.yunbootcamps.com.
Jason Yun is a certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and Sports Nutritionist. He owns Yun Strength and Fitness Systems, LLC, and runs Yun Fitness Boot Camps in Columbus, Ohio.