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**November Changes!**

October 18, 2011

Hey y’all!  Wanted to fill you in on some changes that are going to take place Novemeber 1st.  Starting next month, bootcamp will no longer be held at Marjorie Park.  The city decided they wanted to try and step and in and just kinda take control of MY business, MY finances, MY schedule, MY clients, MY everything.  It’s pretty awesome.  So what I’ll be doing instead is small group training back at the studio I train at (Body Shapers).  I’ll schedule up to 3 people at a time and they’ll book sessions just like  a one-on-one client would.  For 3 people you’re lookin at $20 per person, per session.  For 2 people it’s $30 per person, per session. 

Right now the bootcamps are at 6:45am and 6pm so those time slots, or any time in that area, are open for November 1st as f right now and are first come first serve! Contact me to set up a free sessions and consultation!

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  1. October 18, 2011 10:54 AM

    Im having trouble with my cardio. All I want to do is lift but I know I need to fit that cardio in. Treadmills and Elipticals are boring and the spin class I was doing at 5am changed to a pm. What FUN suggestions can you give me for cardio work. And if you were in the Atlanta area, I would try your Bootcamp out for sure.

    Thanks Scott aka @ThisDaddys_Blog Huge fan, keep up the great work

    • November 8, 2011 3:49 PM

      Thanks for following! First of all, I would incorporate cardio into your lifting. You can do this by supersetting an exercise that raises your heart rate right after a weighted exercise. So for example: say you’re doing dumbbell chest press. Immediately drop to the ground and rep out as many pushups as you can. Then jump up and go straight into burpees or jumping jacks. Rest for a minute and start over with set 2 of chest press. This way you’re still getting in your heavy weights, but also your cardio. And I can assure you that you will feel as though you’ve accomplished a lot more in the gym. Another example: Immediately following weighted squats/leg press, go straight into bodyweight squat jumps ’til fatigue. On days you’re not in the gym, I found racquetball to be a great source of cardio and can be done by yourself! Bike riding or even powerwalks for 45 minutes or more are great for fat burn. Hope this helps Scott!

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