Fun, Proven and Profitable Ways to Train Your Bootcamp Clients Using Kettlebells
By Georgette Pann
It’s no secret that the best way to fill a bootcamp is to achieve the following goals:
1. Get results for your clients. If they’re losing weight, building muscle and getting fit, you can bet they’re going to keep attending your bootcamps. They’ll even tell their friends to join your fitness and weight loss bootcamps. And that means packed and profitable bootcamps for you.
2. Make the bootcamp fun and/or challenging. If the bootcamp doesn’t challenge the participants and keep them interested, then they’re going to quit coming. That leads to poor results, which of course leads them to not signing up for additional camps.
So with these goals in mind, here’s how to make your bootcamps more fun and challenging while getting great results for your clients…
Kettlebells work really great for bootcamps. That’s because not only do they provide good fat-burning and muscle-building results for your clients, but they’re also easily portable for you. You can use them just about anywhere, either indoors or outdoors. And because you can do so many different exercises with these versatile kettlebells, your bootcamp participants won’t get bored.
Another good way to keep your campers challenged and entertained is by setting up circuits. Better yet, you can set up kettlebell circuits which might include:
- Kettlebell squats
- Two-hand kettlebell swings
- Kettlebell renegade rows
You might also add bodyweight exercises into the mix such as pushups, pull ups, burpees, planks and crab walks.
Tailor Workouts to the Audience
The key to getting results for your campers is to create bootcamps that are tailored for your audience. This means that you can’t have a general bootcamp with a wide variety of participants, such as elderly people looking to gain more mobility and balance, young people looking to get conditioned for sports, people looking to lose weight, etc. That’s because these different people have different goals, and one bootcamp one serve them all.
Instead, you need to create individual camps to serve these different audiences. That way, bootcamps for your athletes can focus on developing the strength, endurance, agility and overall conditioning needed for their particular sport. Likewise, a bootcamp for those looking to lose weight can focus on high-intensity exercises that burn fat and build muscle.
Because kettlebells are so versatile, you can use them to create different workouts tailored to these different needs. Indeed, you can create cardio-based kettlebell workouts, workouts designed to build strength, workouts designed to burn fat, workouts designed to build endurance and more.
Now, if you’re new to kettlebell training, then you may not feel qualified to create these workouts for your campers and clients. The good news is that you don’t have to. That’s because fitness experts Georgette Pann has created a bootcamp package that includes 99 “done for you” kettlebell/bodyweight bootcamp workouts that are tailored to achieve a wide variety of goals. Simply put, there’s something for every type of bootcamp in this package.
Even better, the package includes a fully illustrated guide plus access to a video library. This eliminates the guesswork and ensures you are training your clients using proper form. In turn, this means they’ll get great results, which creates packed and profitable bootcamp for you!
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Georgette Pann: owner of NutriFitness LLC. She has 25+ years experience in the Health and Fitness field with expertise in fitness bootcamps.She is author and creator of the best selling “Sure Victory Fitness Bootcamp Business in a Box” at http://thefitnessbootcamp.com and co-creator of Kettlebell/BW Bootcamp Workouts http://kettlebellbootcampworkout.com/