Chi-Town Boot Camps Offers New Approach to Fitness

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Chicago—Summer is approaching Chicagoland, and Chicagoans are feeling the physical effects of another long, sedentary winter avoiding Lake Michigan’s frigid winds

Chicago—Summer is approaching Chicagoland, and Chicagoans are feeling the physical effects of another long, sedentary winter avoiding Lake Michigan’s frigid winds. With the weather heating up, though, their hibernation period is over, and it’s time for them to resume outdoor activities. The problem for many is the long layoff from physical activity has left them not ready or able to take advantage of all that Chicago has to offer in terms of warm-weather activity.

That’s where Chi-Town Boot Camps come in. Over the course of four intensive weeks, co-owner Craig Kastning promises that not only can he get people in better shape, but he can lead them to live a healthier lifestyle.

What is Chi-Town Boot Camps? Start out with what they are not: they are not luxury health clubs where people go to see and be seen, nor are they corporate gyms that offer cookie-cutter approaches to physical fitness. They also are not fad diet centers. What they are, in fact, are custom-designed programs incorporating physical training and proper diet that are fully guaranteed to get participants into the shape they want to be.

Kastning started his business for several reasons, one of which was Chicago’s recent ranking in Men’s Health magazine as the 25th-fattest city in America. “As a city, we received a “D” grade in terms of fitness, and I know Chicago is better than that,” he said. “I want to make Chicago the fittest city in America, and I am willing to do it one person at a time.”

What makes this approach so different? Individual attention is the key to Kastning’s program. He works with each client one-on-one, literally designing a step-by-step fitness and diet program for each person. It’s a three-in-one plan, combining fat blasting, muscle toning, and conditioning, and it also allows participants to eat “normal” diets, meaning no special meals need to be purchased. “We like to eat just like you do,” Kastning likes to point out.

Kastning warns that his way is not for everyone. He tells potential customers they will not succeed in his program if they are looking for quick fixes or magic pills; if they are looking for shortcuts; or if they aren’t committed to making working out as much a part of their daily routine as taking showers or brushing teeth.

To emphasize that Kastning’s system works for those who are willing to commit to it, visit his website, http://www.chitownbootcamps.com. Rather than load it with page after page of sales pitches and other gimmicks, Kastning lets his customers do the talking. Visitors will find more than a dozen success stories—and Kastning guarantees (it is right there on his website) that you can be one of those success stories, too. Chicagoans who are serious about getting in shape not only for summer but for the rest of their lives owe it to themselves to contact Chi-Town Boot Camps.

Chi-Town Boot Camps is located in Chicago’s Lakeview neighborhood with satellite locations in Evanston, Schaumburg, and Woodstock.

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