This month (November 2015) Bootcamp Ideas turns 5 years old.
In that time it’s grown from a small site with a couple of people stumbling across it on the internet to a thriving community. Tens of thousands of trainers from all over the world visit the site for ideas.
With that said, this month, I want to release a few things that are going to make it even more awesome.
Let me explain.
I know that one of the big flaws with Bootcamp Ideas is that there is only one new idea a week, so if that idea doesn’t work for you or your group, you have to wait until next week to get a new idea. Also, because it’s a blog with only the newest posts showing, after a while a workout idea gets lost in the archives and it’s a PITA to find it again.
But I also know that having great workouts and lots of variety was one of the major reasons that clients kept signing up for my bootcamps. And I know that’s true for your bootcamp too.
Spending hours building websites, creating Facebook ads, dropping fliers in letterboxes and running referral programs is a complete waste of time if your actual workouts are no good in the first place.
That’s why I want to bring you guys something new that will give you access to more fresh workout ideas.
By doing this I hope you will be able to:
- spend less time trying to find new workout ideas
- keep your clients engaged so that they want to keep coming back for more sessions
- get your sessions talked about by being interesting and fun instead of cookie-cutter routines
Over the next few days I’m going to get you set up with some workout ideas and tips on how to quickly structure and plan your sessions so you can do this.
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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.