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Sync Fitness Boot Camp Moves to New Seattle Location


Sync Fitness Boot Camp recently moved locations in the Seattle area. Sync Fitness Boot Camp is now located in Interbay, between Magnolia and Queen Anne.

Seattle, Washington (PRWEB) October 26, 2012

Sync Fitness Boot Camp has been serving the Seattle area since 2003. The popular venue has moved locations to better serve customers. Sync Fitness Boot Camp is now located in Interbay at Emerald City Basketball Academy, 1550 West Armory Way in Seattle, WA 98119. Class times will remain the same.

“We are really excited to be in the Interbay neighborhood. We serve many families in Magnolia and Queen Anne already and we can't wait to extend our reach to get more people in these neighborhoods in the best shape of their lives in the coming months,” said owner Sara Dean ACSM HFI. “Our workouts burn more calories and more fat than any of our competitors simply because we've been running Boot Camp programs for years. We know the fat loss formula and how to make it work.”

Sync Fitness Boot Camp has drop-in classes, monthly subscriptions and more. “We offer complimentary classes to anyone interested in trying out our services. From there, if you love the experience (we know you will,) we can get you signed up for classes on a regular basis. Our clients notice a difference in their bodies in just a few short weeks. If you join us now, you could change your body dramatically before the end of this year. People in Seattle love our classes because of our experience, environment, and friendly instructors.”

Sync Fitness Boot Camp is inviting the Seattle media to tour the West Armory Way location by contacting Sara Dean at 206-354-7480 or Sara (at) Syncfitness (dot) com or Sara Dean believes all clients should have a support system. “They are dear to me and I treat them like family. Getting to know each client and working with their strengths and limitations is what sets me apart from other trainers,” continued Dean, who is certified through the American College of Sports Medicine.

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