How much would you pay for good health and fitness?
My name is Major and I'm a certified fitness professional, and contracted corporate wellness strangest for a local brewery in Ohio.
I run a successful and affordable boot camp in the city,
"Better Sweaty than Dead boot camp".
This weekend I received a text from a client of mines that read that they needed to quit camp and concentrate more on there livelihood and that they couldn't afford it. Mind you my camp is only $29.00 a month for 12 sessions that's about a dollar a day.
Where else can you get a top notch fitness program, with nutritional coaching and motivational training all designed to get you in the best shape of your life in the shortest, safest possible time regardless of your current fitness level.
"Personally I think that's a lame A_ _ (feel in the blank) excuse
people if you don't take the time and make the investment in your health and fitness now you will pay for it later".
Check this out
According to an Accounting Principles survey, two-thirds of employed Americans spend $37 a week on lunch or $2,000 a year on lunch and about $1,000 a year on coffee. That costs more than the amount people spend on commuting which averages out to about $1,500 annually.
ABC news "Good morning America"
Do the math $37 a week x 4 weeks a month = $148 a month.
Better Sweaty than dead boot camp $29 a month.
"Oh and did i mention that they were loosing weight, getting stronger dropped a couple of sizes. Ran a couple of 5ks, something they had never done before".
Why is it that the first thing we quit or give up on is our health and fitness.
I'm confused what do you think, share your thoughts and leave me a comment.
Only the seriously committed need attend my camp.
Lame Os stay home...