Fitness Bootcamp SYSTEMS

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Fitness Bootcamp SYSTEMS

 

I bet everyone reading this has had a hamburger that tastes better than anything on the McDonalds menu. So it’s fair to say that McDonalds may not have the best hamburgers in the world right?

So why then do people invest several million dollars in a McDonalds franchise?

I’ll tell you ….. It’s not the hamburgers. It’s not the fries. And it’s not the special sauce.

It’s the SYSTEM.

The word system is essentially an acronym for

SAVE
YOUR
SELF
TIME
ENERGY
MONEY

You see McDonalds has developed an absolutely perfect turn-key business SYSTEM. You don’t have to know how to make a hamburger, how long to cook the fries for, how much salt to add — you just need to follow the system. It’s done for you.

Now sure – you can invest your efforts, time, energy and money and maybe — maybe – several years from now you’ll have come up with a better method.

Or you could learn their system now and save yourself years of frustration.

The fitness business is the same. when we added a shake/smoothie bar to our gym we looked for an established company with a proven system. When we added kettlebell training and group classes we looked for a company that already had a tested, proven system.

In this economy – one of the key things to focus on is your ability to change and offer new services. Clients needs and desires are changing rapidly – so as business owners, we need to evolve our offerings and introduce new services.

One of the fastest growing markets for fitness professionals right now are bootcamp classes. Bootcamps are a low cost program for the client, but can be very profitable for the business just due to the sheer numbers that you can work with.Check out to get started fast http://budurl.com/FBKit

Provided your programming is excellent. It all falls apart if you don’t get great results.

But just like the McDonalds example – starting from scratch and trying to figure it out on your own is waste of time, energy and money. You need a system.

If you haven’t run bootcamps or large group workouts before, the one thing you DO NOT want to spend time doing is trying to figure out how to design the workouts, what equipment you’ll need, how to adjust your current one-on-one programs to bigger groups etc etc.

And the good news? You don’t have to reinvent the wheel. It’s already been done.

 

If you are interested in expanding the offerings in your business or getting into larger group training — then these  products are definitely for you.

 Adding group programming to your current services is a fantastic way to create additional income to your business, offer a great new service and reach more clients. But make sure your programming is top-notch

A truly successful bootcamp achieves at least two critical goals:

1.- Gets your clients the physique results they want, while simultaneously 

2.- Giving them what you know their body needs.

When you program with structural balance in mind, you give your clients the best of both worlds.

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If you are interested in expanding the offerings in your business or getting into larger group training — then these  products are definitely for you.

Sure Victory Fitness Bootcamp Kit To get started running profitable camps quickly http://thefitnessbootcamp.com

 

AND….The NEW  Bootcamp Periodization System

You Get 4 Twelve-Week Programming Guides – A FULL YEAR Of Done For You Periodization Programs!

Each manual includes a 12-week periodization system. Programs are designed for three hard workouts per week. Each workout includes:

 
  • A set of warm-up exercises that are designed specifically for each workout. This reduces injury and gets your campers pumped about the workout! 
  • The main workout, which includes a variety of bodyweight exercises, endurance exercises, bodyweight exercises, and exercises using dumbbells, bands and kettlebells. Each workout is designed around a specific goal, such as building endurance, leaning out, getting strong, etc. 
  • A closer/finisher. Depending on the workout goals, these closers may give your campers a metabolic boost and help them cool down. 

Here’s what you get … 

Manual #1: Winter Bootcamp Program—Done For You 12 Week Periodization Program

This periodization program includes: 

  • Chapter 1: Basic Build (Weeks 1-3) 
  • Chapter 2: Get Strong (Weeks 4-6) 
  • Chapter 3: Get Stronger (Weeks 7-9) 
  • Chapter 4: Super Sets (Weeks 10-12) 

Manual #2: Spring Bootcamp Program—Done For You 12 Week Periodization Program

This periodization program includes: 

  • Chapter 1: Basic Build (Weeks 1-3)
  • Chapter 2: Get Strong (Weeks 4-6)
  • Chapter 3: Lean Out (Weeks 7-9)
  • Chapter 4: Metabolic Drive (Weeks 10-12) 

Manual #3: Summer Bootcamp Program—Done For You 12 Week Periodization Program

This periodization program includes:

  • Chapter 1: Sexy Buil (Weeks 1-3) 
  • Chapter 2: Get Tight (Weeks 4-6) 
  • Chapter 3: HIIT Week (Weeks 7-9) 
  • Chapter 4: Beach Ready (Weeks 10-12) 

Manual #4: Fall Bootcamp Program—Done For You 12 Week Periodization Program

This periodization program includes: 

  • Chapter 1: Recover (Weeks 1-3) 
  • Chapter 2: Get Strong (Weeks 4-6) 
  • Chapter 3: Mobility (Weeks 7-9) 
  • Chapter 4: Endurance (Weeks 10-12) 

Bottom line: you get a full year of carefully planned periodization programming across four manuals. These programs and workouts are designed to grow strength, endurance, and mobility, plus get your clients lean and beach-body ready in time for summer! 

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Georgette Pann is a world-renowned bootcamp expert, and the creator of Sure Victory Bootcamp in a Box,Sure Results Bootcamp Workouts and publisher of The Bootcamp Periodization System .

.To learn more about The NEW  Bootcamp Periodization System +how it can revolutionize your bootcamp programming NOW go to http://smartfitproworkouts.com/bootcamp-periodization-system

PROVEN BOOT CAMP TRAINING SYSTEM

 

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