Friday, March 26, 2010

...but the term Boot Camp scares me....

When people ask me what I do, I say that I am a trainer and run a boot camp in my area. Sometimes I get those that are intrigued and ask lots of questions about it...but many times I get people whose eyes get big and they tell me they are now scared of me that and the term "boot camp" :)

Many women are intimidated by the term "boot camp"...and for good reason! Typically you think of a drill sargeant cussing and screaming at recruits and beating them down with crazy workouts until they are at the point of passing out, or dropping out!

Our womens only boot camp is nothing like no need to be scared. I am the furthest thing from a drill sargeant, and will probably (at least try to) have you laughing at least half a dozen times, while you are sweating and enjoying the ever changing workouts. Yes, I did say enjoying. :) Our class is formatted to where if you hate what we're doing, no worries - we will be doing something different in 2 mins anyway. Absolutely ANY level of fitness can participate. We tailor the program that way, so you are working at your own level.

Our trainers work very hard to bring our clients workouts that are consistently different, and in my free time I am always on the look out for new and fun ways to work our body. If you sign up for one of our 5 week sessions, expect to make a couple new friends, lose several lbs, lose several inches and gain more energy, endurance and sometimes more attention from the man in your life as well ;) Funny how husbands love for their wives to sign up...I'm sure it's because they are worried about your cardiovascular health right??!! :)

As your trainer, I want you to change the way that you look at exercise and diet. I give you great workouts - but also preach the critically important piece of weight loss, nutrition. Most of my clients start with boot camp because they want to lose weight, or get into a bathing suit..and you will accomplish that with my program. But my goal for each and every one of you is that you get to a point in your fitness, where the external benefit (looking good in your jeans) is just a side effect of what working out does for you. At that point, you will rely on the energy that working out gives you. The stress relief exercise provides for daily life. The praise your doctor gives you at your yearly physical because your blood pressure and cholestoral levels are fantastic - and so on. There are so many benefits of working out, and I hope that you will feel enjoy them all....AND feel good in your shorts this summer :) We allow new clients to begin any Monday - so email for more info or to join us next week!

Until next time.....


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