Yes, it is hard work for those who want to lose weight and learn about eating more healthy, but we truly care about our clients, and want them to succeed in their journey towards a healthier lifestyle.
West Covina, CA (PRWEB) April 29, 2013
West Covina personal trainers Joyce and Scott Wyatt of Rancho Cucamonga are no strangers to the struggle of getting healthy and losing weight. It was this struggle for a healthier lifestyle that inspired the fitness boot camp business owners to want to help people who were wrestling with the same weight loss issues.
In fact, that’s how Joyce and Scott became fitness experts and Fit Body Boot Camp owners in the first place. “Scott and I were really out of shape. We were at a point in our lives that we had to do something about getting healthy. We joined Chino Hills Fit Body Boot Camp, and while attending, we realized that we could open our own Fit Body Boot Camp and help a lot of people get into shape and teach them to live a healthier lifestyle. That was the reason we opened a Fit Body Boot Camp.”
With 189 members and counting, Fit Body Boot Camp West Covina is committed to reaching its goal of adding an additional 111 more members by the end of the year. “Our goal is to have 300. We have a lot of members who have been with us since we first opened”, says Joyce, she adds “Yes, it is hard work for those who want to lose weight and learn about eating more healthy, but we truly care about our clients, and want them to succeed in their journey towards a healthier lifestyle. I know this because I have done it. Our members stay with us because we appreciate them and they appreciate us.”
Featured in an early April San Gabriel Valley Tribune article about the success of the West Covina personal training center, Fit Body Boot Camp, Joyce and Scott are excited that the interest for boot camps continue to grow locally and nationwide. Built on three fundamentals of training – cardio, strength training, and agility, Fit Body Boot Camp workouts use a unique combination of body weight and weighted exercises to get results. They are more intense than any fitness class, more fun than traditional gym workouts, and the typical session at Fit Body Boot Camp West Covina only lasts about 30 minutes, which helps clients get in a quick, intense workout without having to spend all day at the gym.
Being contributors to the Los Angeles County Police Department’s K-9 Unit and the Regular American Veterans charities, the Fit Body Boot Camp West Covina owners are focused on not only in helping those who need to lead a healthier lifestyle, but also in helping those in the community who are in need of assistance.
Fit Body Boot Camp West Covina is part of the Fit Body Boot Camp fitness boot camp business, whose Global Goal is to expose and engage twenty percent of the world’s population to a healthy and fit lifestyle by 2020. The West Covina personal training center is owned and operated by Joyce and Scott Wyatt. Joyce and Scott are committed to helping members of the West Covina community set and accomplish their own health and fitness goals, and to positively change their lives. For more information, please visit http://www.fitbodybootcamp.com/CA/West-Covina-fitness-boot-camp.