New Orleans, LA (PRWEB) May 03, 2011
FitnessBusinessInterviews.com recently compiled a list of the top 100 fitness entrepreneurs in the industry, highlighting the individuals who have made an impact on the world of fitness, sports and health. Among the names on the list was New Orleans personal trainer, Jonas Deffes. Deffes runs the New Orleans Adventure Boot Camp
In 2005, Mr. Deffes was running a successful fitness business in a brick and mortar establishment. When Hurricane Katrina hit, he lost everything. Since that time he has built a new, highly successful business once again in New Orleans - a Hurricane Katrina success story.
Deffes says, “In New Orleans in 2003, I opened my first pain therapy clinic to help people with chronic and acute pain from sports and fitness injuries. I quickly found out that people had a further need to get in shape after they were pain free. However, my clinics were destroyed by hurricane Katrina; thus, I began my New Orleans boot camp business. “
What makes Mr. Deffes’s business different from others in the industry is the fact that it is run entirely outside and not in a gym via online sales. Clients learn about the fitness programs through the website, register for a boot camp, and then meet with their trainer and other boot-campers at the specified location on the day of the boot camp.
When asked about his success, Mr. Deffes said, “In 2005 I lost my business to the hurricane and moved back to New Orleans in 2007. When I started my fitness business again, I based it online instead of having an actual ‘store.’ Now I never have to worry about my business being destroyed from a hurricane." In fact, the move online has been good for business. “In the last four years, I have managed to successfully rebuild my business bigger than before and have been placed as one of the Top 100 Fitness Entrepreneurs in the industry.” To learn more about the award, visit: http://www.fitnessbusinessinterviews.com/fitness-entrepreneurs-top-100/
Deffes comments, “Our boot camps are done outside. We focus on utilizing green spaces, which allows for a completely different environmental aspect when working out. There is nothing more energizing then seeing the sun rise every morning. It seriously is the best way to start the day.”
The program also offers support in the weight loss and fitness goals outside of the boot camp sessions. They offer a free private online community for each member to join which offers fitness guidance to help in each person’s goals. Each boot camper also gets a nutritional guide as another layer of assistance for positive results and experience.
New Orleans personal trainer, Deffes, explains his women’s fitness boot camps in New Orleans. The program, designed for women of any fitness level, is a four-week boot camp that meets for one hour on each weekday in the early morning. For that hour, participants experience a total body fitness workout led by one of Mr. Deffes’ experienced trainers, and they also learn about nutrition and other factors of their daily life that could be preventing them from reaching their fitness goals.
Mr. Deffes has worked hard to regrow his business since the hurricane, and according to Fitness Business Interviews, he has grown it to a six-figure business. He provides a vital service to the people of New Orleans. Personal trainer experience with convenient classrooms and boot camp times all work together to help attain fitness goals in a four-week intense program. You can find him online at http://www.nolatrainer.com.
About Jonas Deffes
Personal trainer New Orleans, Jonas Deffes, is the owner of New Orleans Adventure Boot Camp. He is a National Exercise and Sports Trainer Certified Adventure Boot Camp instructor and is also a Certified Personal Trainer Strength Trainer. His business runs boot camps for women throughout the greater New Orleans area that run for four weeks and provide an intense workout as well as nutritional instruction to provide fast, immediate results. For more information or to register for a boot camp visit http://www.nolabootcamp.com.