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Mason Boot Camp
PFTA Trainer
Wednesday, October 16, 2013 • Posted October 17, 2013

As we approach our last week of the 6 week “Tighten Up” boot-camp, I can say that I am truly elated that the majority of my new Mason clients stuck with the intensified workouts that emerge with this style of training. The boot-camp consisted of full-body weight-training, impact cardio, field drills, shock drills, core training, and effective style training using minimal equipment and body weight. It is common for many people to be intimidated of the un-known as I have experienced in the past 4 years of my training. “I don’t force any-one do what they are incapable of; I just encourage and push them beyond what they would normally do on their own!” My clients have learned that you don’t have to be fit; you can join even if you haven’t done any kind of physical exercise prior to training with me. I work and modify with everyone based on their fitness level and capability.

Upon leaving almost 70 clients behind in my hometown and even more that were members of our local gym, my first question was; “Will I have a sustainable amount of clients to continue my passion?” Well word spread quickly and I had over 35 sign up for my first boot-camp here in Mason!

I have had a ton of fun with everyone, and give much Thanks to the City of Mason for letting us use the Fort Mason Park. We have been working hard rain or shine. The pavilion was great for those rainy days. In the future, I plan having a sufficient facility built to add more variety of fitness. As a PFTA certified personal trainer, Zumba instructor, tumbling/ cheer coach, and nutritionist, I am anxious to do more and reach out to everyone!

Beginning October 28th, I will offer another 6 week outdoor boot-camp before the cold winter hits. There will be a morning session at 8:30am, and 2 afternoon sessions at 4:15 and 5:15. Call Britni at 325-347-7632 for more information and registration.

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