Whether you’re a trainer that’s looking to start an existing fitness boot camp, you already have one going and need some new ideas, or even if you’re just looking for some variety and some new exercises you can incorporate into your own outdoor workouts, check out this super-cool video from Craig Ballentyne, creator of the Turbulence Training system and ttbootcamp.com:
I’ve been a fan of Craig’s stuff for a while, and being personally involved in the group personal training biz, I’m always looking for new ideas and ways to improve my current program. I recently purchased Craig’s boot camp ‘system’ at startingafitnessbootcamp.info, I can say with a lot of confidence if you’re looking to start a fitness boot camp or improve your existing one, buy this product!
I’ll be completely honest, I was a little hesitant to purchase the product at first because of the price, but it’s been worth every penny. The workout ideas are great, the marketing material that he covers is fantastic and the combo of both is worth many times the cost of the product.
The basic package includes 21 done-for-you workouts you can do with a group of 10, 20, even 30 people start to finish with no additional equipment whatsoever. He also includes 5 bonus workouts that use med balls, kettlebells, and dumbells. Every exercise is described in detail and is demonstrated with pictures which is really cool as well.
The marketing system included with the guide is honestly phenomenal. You could buy this guide and, being a certified trainer already of course, literally have everything you need to be up and running with your camp in a matter of weeks. Pretty awesome – I wish I had bought a guide like this when I was first starting out with group training
So I hope you got a few new ideas for some boot camp exercises, as well as some useful info on a great product. If you’d like more information, you can check out startingafitnessbootcamp.info and get a free mp3 and transcript of a marketing call that will give you some killer boot camp marketing ideas right off the bat. Good luck with your fitness boot camp efforts!