Boot Camp With An MMA Fighter

Alana Folen
Wednesday - October 20, 2010
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Egan Inoue instructs Marcia and Corrie (front) through boot camp exercises

Whether you want to lose weight, get into shape or stay in shape, MMAfighter and multi-sport athlete Egan Inoue has got you covered. Last month he kicked off Hawaii Fit Body Boot Camp, Hawaii’s only indoor fitness boot camp that he says offers the most effective and innovative fitness workout program that will have you seeing results in no time.

“Boot camp is a whole new thing. It’s something that I used to do a long time ago, but we changed it from an outdoor boot camp to indoors,” says Inoue, who also runs The Studio by Egan Inoue in Manoa Marketplace.

“You get a really good workout, working the whole body. It’s a lot of fun because you have all your friends together and the energy that we have in the morning is just unbelievable,” he adds.

Boot camp is held five days a week, with a variety of hourlong classes (Monday and Friday at 6, 8 and 9:30 a.m.; Tuesday and Thursday at 6, 8, 9:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. and Saturday at 8 a.m.) at Inoue’s Manoa studio, with Saturday’s class held at Ala Moana Beach Park.

“The response has been great - in two weeks we sold out the whole boot camp, so we added more classes,” says Egan’s wife, Marcia.

“We tell people that if they’re in there to lose weight and they want fast results, then of course they should attend five classes a week - the more the better. Three to four times a week would be minimum,” Egan adds.

Boot Camp is instructed by Egan, Marcia and certified trainer Corrie Rimell. Each class can accommodate up to 30 participants in all levels of fitness.

“We have the whole spectrum at boot camp - people who are already in great shape and just want to stay in shape, and then we have those who are out of shape and may have an injured wrist or knee that can’t exercise, and we show them different ways of doing the exercise,” Egan says. “Every exercise that we do in class has an easy, medium and advanced way of doing it.”

Muscle confusion is key, he says. The more you confuse the muscle, the faster the muscle responds.

For more information and enrollment costs, call 271-3779 or visit

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