It’s that time of the month once more. I’m here to share with you all of the going’s on in our premium database of workouts, ideas and drills we call BootCraft.
In this month’s update I want to share:
- All of the new drills we added throughout June
- What to expect in terms of new ideas during July
- A new workshop for BootCraft Pro members
- An invitation
New drills dropped last month
Last month I added 12 new drills to BootCraft. They were a mix from my own stash of ideas and one’s that were sent in by regular contributors.
Thanks Niki, Kim and Lori for sending in some of those ideas.
What July is bringing
July will feature 8 new workout ideas plus I’m starting a weekly feature that comes from one of the 1,000+ drills from our archive.
This, plus the ability to search and catagorise the drill archive, will help keep you inspired and your bootcamp sessions feeling fresh and interesting.
BootCraft Pro members received a new workshop this month in the form of a fitness business assessment. This simple test helps trainers know what area they need to focus on in their business.
No more guesswork or throwing things at the wall to see what sticks.
There are now 5 awesome workshops and the assessment on BootCraft Pro:
- Pricing and Packaging
- Momentum and Motivation
- Planning the Perfect Session
- Beginner Email Marketing
- Raving Clients
Feel inspired about planning group fitness sessions once again
There was a time when you wanted to be the best group fitness option in your area.
When you spent hours and hours creating the perfect workout for your clients. When every part of your workout was a chance to show off your skills as a trainer.
Lately, it feels like you simply rehash the same workouts for your clients over and over again.
Quit it. You and your clients deserve better.
Find your mojo again through inspiring and fresh group fitness ideas on BootCraft. It will save you time and make you a better trainer. Give it a go >
Kyle Wood created Bootcamp Ideas in 2010 when he was hunting around on the internet for workout ideas. He ran a successful bootcamp in Victoria, Australia and spends his spare time managing this site, adventuring (or lazying) with his wife and find new ways to make bootcamps even better.