You don’t need machines to build your body. BOOT CAMPS and other bodyweight workouts are still popular ways to get fit without crowding the basement with equipment gathering dust. Danna Snow, a personal trainer and powerlifter, has been running a boot camp for women in Manito Park for more than five years and — despite the name — most participants have a lot of fun. “I’ve designed the program kind of like an obstacle course,” she says. Gyms and fitness centers have been adding more boot camp classes to their schedules, and taking a class is a good investment — you can do the exercises on your own once you leave the gym, as long as you can be your own drill sergeant.