Any successful fitness boot camp workout will be comprised of a warm up, main workout and a cool down. Generally, warm ups could be brisk walking or jogging around a track, some stretching and some calisthenics. The main workout would involve building the warm up into strength training for the upper and lower body, along with intense cardio workouts in the form of runs, sprints and jumps. Cool down brings the participants back to jogging and power walking, along with some more stretching.
Just think for a moment, now.
You are a personal trainer, coach, or fitness boot camp instructor who operates a fitness bootcamp or some style of group training. What do your clients expect when they show up for class each morning? You obviously know that they are looking for an interesting boot camp experience, one that will help them burn lots of calories. But, are they also looking for new ways to lose weight?
So think outside the conventional box, get creative, have fun and make the bootcamp class unique and exciting. Do the opposite of what you did yesterday, last week and last month. As an instructor or coach, challenge yourself to do the warmup completely differently than the same old, same old.
In fact, do everything differently.
"Invite" one of your veteran boot camp participants to help out with the class and "invite" them to come up with something different and unique.
Note – you might want to give them a few minutes to think about it before putting them in the spotlight.
Chances are, they will love the opportunity and surprise you with some of the fresh ideas that they bring.
These are the elements that keep existing clients coming back and spreading the word about your boot camp.
Although, chances are pretty good that you work hard at maintaining your participants interest with new fitness games and bootcamp workouts, it can be quite challenging.
Constantly trying to come up with a different boot camp workout every single day, so that your clients not only talk to their friends about what fun your classes are, but also get you referrals and more business.
Now think again – how would you like to have a bunch of new Fitness boot camp workouts and sports games that can take your boot camps to a whole new level and a whole different direction?
Do you think your clients would love it?
Sure they would!
I'm constantly on the lookout for new workouts, games, challenges, and exercises that don't require a lot of equipment and don't involve having people standing around waiting their turn.
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Scott York works with figure superstar and fitness icon, Monica Brant and is Monica's official F.E.M. camp fitness professional when the camp is hosted in Austin, Texas.
photo by Brian Fitzsimmons
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