Barry’s Bootcamp opens its muscled up doors in San Francisco

Barry’s Bootcamp opens its muscled up doors in San Francisco

Healthy Living is a life style and sports and exercise are a big part of it.
With this in mind, we are pleased to share that with high-powered energy and red carpet style, Barry’s Bootcamp celebrated its grand opening on May 12, 2014 in San Francisco. Mayor Edwin Lee gave Barry’s Bootcamp its own city proclamation and declared May 16, 2014 Barry’s Bootcamp day in San Francisco.
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John Mumford, Rachel Mumford, Barry Jay, Guests, Joey Gonzalez and Adam Shane (Owner SF Barry’s Bootcamp) Credit: Drew Altizer Photography

As you may know, Barry’s Bootcamp was launched in 1998 in Southern California.
It delivers one the “The Best Workout in the World” to a legendary following.
The camp has now four locations in Southern California, including San Diego, Sherman Oaks, Irvine and West Hollywood, two New York City studios and additional New York location in the Hamptons, as well as studios in Boston, MA, Miami FL, Nashville, TN, Bergen, Norway and London, England.
The new San Francisco fitness studio is located at 236 King Street and is very close to the AT&T ballpark.
Co-founders Adam Shane and his wife Tara were eager to give us a tour of the premises which include 20 customized Woodway treadmills and over 20 benches for specialized floor workout. The 3,500 square-foot space has a high energy, motivating club like feel.
Rachel Mumford, Erica Stanz, Adam Shane, Tara Shane and Sara Baxter

Rachel Mumford, Erica Stanz, Adam Shane, Tara Shane and Sara Baxter Credit: Drew Altizer Photography

Shauna Harrison

Instructor extraordinaire: Shauna Harrison Credit: Drew Altizer Photography

It also is fully-equipped with men’s and women’s locker rooms with luxurious showers containing Malin & Goetz beauty products, a retail area stocked with stylish active wear and a full Barry’s Bootcamp Fuel Bar, featuring organic, cold-pressed juices from Project Juice, original protein shake recipes, and freshly-made smoothies to feed your body the healthy way.
Barry’s Bootcamp SF offers a full schedule of 8 to 10 high-energy, one-hour classes per day taught by seasoned instructors.
The city is a health-conscious community that deserves the best of class when it comes to fitness. I am pleased to bring this results-driven, most importantly FUN workout to the forefront of the San Francisco market,” States Adam Shane.
We are a community and working out at Barry’s Bootcamp makes you feel like you are part of a family and have your own personal trainer at a minimal cost,” adds Shane.
Barry, John Mumfors,joey gonzalez,Martin georgejpg

Barry Jay, John Mumford, Joey Gonzalez and Martin George Credit: Drew Altizer Photography

The event drew many San Francisco VIPs such as SF Fashion star Vasily Vein and sports figures such as Barry Jay himself and San Francisco Giants’ player George Kontos who were eager to check the new location.
SF Giants: George Kontos, with Adam Shane

Adam Shane with SF Giants George Kontos Credit: Drew Altizer Photography

Rachel Mumford, Sophie Azouaou, Adam Shane, Tara Shane, Vasily Vein ( SF Fashion Star)

Rachel Mumford, Sophie Azouaou, Adam Shane, Tara Shane, Vasily Vein ( SF Fashion Star) Credit: Drew Altizer Photography

Tara Shane, Sophie Azouaou & Claudia Ross (CEO Cross Marketing)

Tara Shane, Sophie Azouaou & Claudia Ross (CEO Cross Marketing)  Credit: Drew Altizer Photography

The beautiful and health oriented crowd sipped organic juices and smoothies courtesy of Project Juice and delicious hors d’oeuvres form Tender Greens.
Guests left motivated and ready to make Barry’s Bootcamp their fitness studio of choice.
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