We’re doing something different.
Instead of sending out new ideas and articles every week (sometimes multiple times per week) we’re moving to a monthly publishing schedule.
That means at the start of each month you’ll get access to all of the new articles, tips, motivation, drills and ideas for that month in one go. Kind of like a monthly issue of a magazine. You can then read through them at your leisure until the next lot of content arrives the following month.
Retention and Relationships
Our first month of this experiment will be next month, March.
Each month will have a theme that will help us decide which workouts and articles we’ll share. March’s theme will be Retention & Relationships.
You can expect community building workout ideas, ways to create super fan clients and how to keep people coming back as part of the content line up.
We’ll start on the smaller side with the amount of content we share (4-5 pieces), but if you like the new format, our aim is to increase the number to 6-8 pieces per month.
Why are we doing this?
With the constant push in media and social media for more and faster we’d like to take a slower, more thoughtful pace. I don’t know about you, but I’m kind of sick of ‘feeds’ deciding what I read and watch.
We’d like to give you the choice of what you read and don’t read by giving you everything upfront for the month. This way you can come back to it as you have time.
If you’re on our email list (which you can join here) then you’ll get one email from us at the start of the month with what has been posted. Plus, I’ll send a short email out around the middle of each month to let you know which articles and ideas have been the most popular. That means less clutter in your email inbox too 👍.
If you like hearing from me more often (like when I posting daily to Bootcamp Ideas last year) then you can follow my writings over on my blog.
When can you read it?
We’ll bring out each series on the first Wednesday of the month. So you’ll be able to read the first Bootcamp Ideas Boost on March 3rd, 2021.
You might notice some changes to the Bootcamp Ideas website over the next few months. That’s just me tweaking things to make space for this new format.
Looking forward to bringing more intention, quality and ideas to your life!
– Kyle Wood
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.