(PRWEB) March 22, 2012
In between the corned-beef-and-cabbage and the Easter chocolate, the start of spring is the ideal time to whip one’s body back into shape after a winter of hibernation. There is nothing like a crisp, sunny March morning that makes a person feel as though he or she can conquer the world. “The Camp” Chino Hills boot camp is paving the way for beginners with yet another freebie for its members.
For the months of March and April, members of the Chino Hills boot camp will receive a free t-shirt or tank-top just for bringing two friends in for a week of free boot camp sessions! There are no strings attached whatsoever, which is what’s really great about this promotion. The owners of this Fitness Concepts boot camp believe in giving back to their members and it’s this philosophy that has created so many passionate fans.
“We’ve had a lot of interest in our promotion so far because it really is a win-win for everyone,” explains Chino Hills Boot Camp Trainer and Co-owner Alejandra Font. “Our members get free shirts, their friends get a week of free high-quality workouts, and we get to meet new people.”
Boot camp often conjures up images of army drill sergeants in military fatigues barking out orders and berating exhausted participants. However, that couldn’t be further from the truth! Chino Hills boot camp runs before or after work – usually at 6 am or 5 pm – and is led by supportive trainers who want to positively encourage all participants to do their best and achieve their goals.
“Our Chino Hills boot camp is the best of both worlds,” Alejandra explains. “On one hand, you get the excitement, positive energy and camaraderie of a group class. But on the other hand, you also get a lot of one-on-one attention, feedback and nutrition information from your trainer. Yet, it’s all very affordable as well.” It’s no secret why so many local residents have found their commitment to life-long fitness with a boot camp program.
Another facet people like about fitness boot camp is that very few props are used. Sometimes a jump rope, a Bosu ball, a kettlebell or an obstacle course will come out, but most of the time, the workouts are very easy-to-follow, using familiar moves like push-ups, jumps, squats and burpees. All the exercises can be modified to be easier or more difficult, depending on one’s preference. Classes may also be held outdoors on a nice day.
Ultimately, what brings people to a Chino Hills boot camp is the challenging and productive workouts that have most participants losing 10 pounds a month. The program is especially recommended for people who have had trouble committing to regular workouts or who have hit the dreaded “weight loss plateau” after several months of progress on their own.