Project Formation is a fitness campaign that gives urban communities access to affordable personalize boot-camp training. Sponsored by JUNGO Boot-camp, the 90-days progressive strength training campaign emphasizes functional movement and team accountability. The Campaign covers strength, agility and endurance building activities. Jungo Bootcamp instructor Diango Cisse is training 36 participants at Prospect Park, Brooklyn near the Grand Army entrance. The group has been broken up into day and evening classes and meet four days a week.

Under the Project Formation Campaign, Diango and his JUNGO Boot-camp team are offering their services completely free. The 90-days campaign began March 20th with 36 individuals looking to lose weight and gain mental strength. As a further incentive, two of the thirty-six participants will have an opportunity to win 10k by the end of the challenge. According to Project Formation founder Nomie M. Byndon, winners will be judged on attendance, attitude and overall results. The winners will be announced during a press conference on June 20th, 2016.

Project Formation is currently in its third week. The campaign affords participant Kysteena Corbett-Terrell an opportunity to strengthen her core in her pursuit of becoming a firefighter. Participant Monique Foster is attempting to shed 45lbs during the 90 days. According to the 29yrs old, she has struggled with losing weight for years. Some participants like Garcelle Menos simply want to tone for the summer while others in the program struggle with serious health issues. Jungo Boot-camp has tailored a workout program to deal with each need.

Check out Project Formation’s Orientation and first day of training on YouTube.

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