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Join us for The Beast boot camp at Chelsea Piers


Join us for The Beast boot camp, at the Sports Center at Chelsea Piers, on March 24.

Join us for The Beast boot camp, at the Sports Center at Chelsea Piers, on March 24

free boot camp class at WellandGoodNYC.com

DUE TO OVERWHELMING DEMAND, THERE IS NOW A WAITLIST FOR THIS POPULAR EVENT.

Usually only offered as part of an 8-week boot camp, Well+Good readers can sample a special session of The Beast, a boot camp created and taught by former US Army Master Trainer Gerald Moore.

In addition to push-ups and hand-weight drills in the studio, Moore uses the whole 150,000-square-foot Chelsea Piers complex as an obstacle course. Every workout is a wild card, so we might find ourselves hopping around in the sand volleyball pit or racing across the monkey bars. No matter what, you’ll get to see and experience the New York City’s largest gym—the Sports Center is literally the size of four contiguous football fields.

This Well+Good Workout with Us event is open to 40 Well+Good subscribers. Here are the details on how you can experience this tough-as-nails drill sergeant’s boot camp. You must RSVP to attend.

Gerald Moore Chelsea PiersWhen: Thursday, March 24, 2011, 7:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m., followed by a Powerade Zero party in the Sports Center lounge

Where: The Sports Center at Chelsea Piers

Cost: The class is free for Well+Good subscribers. Not a subscriber yet? Sign up here, it’s free!

RSVP: All participants must RSVP to WorkoutWithUs@wellandgoodnyc.com with your full name. If you’re RSVPing for a friend, please provide her/his full name and email address. We will send all participants a confirmation e-mail, or notify you if you are on the waitlist.

Contact: Send any questions about the event to Alexia Brue and Melisse Gelula at info@wellandgoodnyc.com. See you on Thursday, March 24, 2011!

For more information about The Beast boot camp, visit www.chelseapiers.com

Want to get a head’s up on events like this? Subscribe to Well+Good

Special thanks to Sports Center sponsor Powerade for donating Powerade Zero to the event

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