29 Apr Online Boot Camp
Welcome to the first week of boot camp! We’re glad you have decided to workout with us over the next seven weeks. Although home and work life might look significantly different than earlier this year, we know that establishing rhythms and routines is essential.
A friend recently shared, “Scheduling my workouts and putting classes in my calendar with reminders and committing to them as if I was going to an actual studio or gym has been one of my saving graces during this time.” Whether you agree wholeheartedly or don’t really know if this is true for you, we encourage you to take a moment right now to pause and set up recurring reminders to workout with us and on your own. Let us know how it works for you.
We would much rather workout with you in person, but in the meantime, we will do our best to stay connected and provide motivation to make the most of this season. We would love to hear what’s going well for you. On the other hand, please reach out to us if you need a hand to get back on track any time during the session. We are here for you!
Let’s get to it! The fitness assessment at our first and last workout is a valuable tool to provide you with a straightforward snapshot of what you can accomplish in a few key exercise areas and measure your progress over our seven weeks of boot camp. Your coach/trainer chooses these areas.
Workout/Exercise Spotlight: The Add-On
This boot camp session, we are focusing on the benefits and gains from stacking bite sized movements into your day. While it’s easy to explain, you will likely feel the burn as you actually put this into practice. Here’s the plan – Week 1: push-ups. Each day this week, drop down and give us 10 push-ups. Next week, we’ll throw another exercise into the mix to crank out along with your daily prescription of 10 push-ups. Hence the term, “add-on.” Stick with us. It will be worth it.RECIPES FOR THIS WEEK
By Victoria Emmitt RD