Greg Burkett
Greg The Trainer

Boot Camp workouts involve cardiovascular training, calisthenics, plyometrics, endurance, core, and strength training for an amazing whole body workout.

A Bootcamp is a program that varies from area to area for type and duration. They can be from a military styled format to Bushido Martial Arts form to something in between. A well-known Bootcamp in this area has classes 3 nights a week on a renewable 4-week duration for 1 hour. Additionally the same location offers a morning wakeup Bootcamp at 5:30 or 6:30 5 days a week for 30 minutes daily.

A Bootcamp consists of running drills, plyometrics, calisthenics and varied strength training done in a changing unique format daily. It is believed, and applied evidence has provided, that consistently varied high intensity workouts will help you achieve the best results possible for your time invested. A local area Bootcamp even guarantees their results.

You do not have to be worried going to a Bootcamp about you personal capability of doing it. That simply doesn’t make a difference, as it is all about becoming a better you. That’s means getting better through the Bootcamp. Most Bootcamps have a wide variety of fitness levels participating and will even make adjustments to accommodate certain disabilities that you may have. It is never expected for you to perform perfectly, but rather just do YOUR best. The Bootcamps all know that you will get better with time which is why your there.

Most Bootcamps will perform a fitness exam for you. This exam should minimally include a body mass measurement and a body fat measurement. The necessary weigh in should also be done. This provides a reference allowing you to track your progress in a proper fashion.

It should be noted with certain areas of the population that the Bootcamp is not a best choice for fitness goals. If your just 5 feet tall and weigh 400 pounds the Bootcamp can help you. However if you suffer from extreme mobility issues the Bootcamp isn’t a best choice for you.

The design of the Bootcamp is by nature a system that has been tried and proven to help an individual lose weight, tone up, put on muscle, or help your internal health. It is actually a program that can help all that attend.

A fitness Bootcamp can lower cholesterol, lower blood pressure, help with diabetes, help unclog arteries, help improve digestive system, and increase strength and stamina.

A local Bootcamps’ programs are based on a combination of strength and cardiovascular exercises. The drill instructor keeps things lively by integrating pushups, squats and other strength builders with running, sprinting drills and plyometrics designed to increase speed and build cardiovascular endurance and coordination.

A Bootcamp is designed for people that need or can use some extra motivation, and a structured program to follow. Additionally you will have the support of others in the class and make new friends. Its well known that when you are held accountable you will be more successful.

Minimally, your expectations from a Bootcamp can be increased core strength, some weight loss, greater physical function in daily life, increased cardio, along with increased coordination and agility.

All ages and both sexes will obtain benefit from exercise. The least that can be obtained from exercise is internal organ and cardiovascular health improvement. The Bootcamp is essentially the perfect way to accomplish this.

Greg The Trainer is a Personal Fitness Trainer in the Vidor and Bridge City area. For any information you may contact Greg at HYPERLINK “” or call 409-550-0777.

About Greg Burkett

Fitness CounselorPersonal Trainer/MasseurMultiple Certifications