Two months ago I got fed up.
I got fed up reading about trainers waking up at 5am to find to 2 clients at their bootcamp. I got fed up reading about clients who love what they do but were so disheartened that they were ready to quit. I got fed up getting emails from clients telling me they had left the industry to get a ‘real job’.
Why was I so fed up about these things?
Because I had been there myself.
I struggled with my first bootcamp and in the end had to shut it down. I know exactly what it’s like to stop the thing that you thought would change your life.
But I came back and tried again. Obviously – or this website wouldn’t exist today.
When I started again I took a different approach. I changed my attitude and started serving people instead of just running a bootcamp.
Here’s what I did:
Over the past 2 months I’ve documented exactly what I changed, along with other things that I perfected along the way.
I’ve tried to keep it interesting with a nice blend of stories and actionable tasks.
I know that my way isn’t the only way to a successful bootcamp so I reached out to several other trainers and asked them to share their stories too.
The result is the Little Bootcamp Book of Starting a Bootcamp Business.
I want to help you by learning from my mistakes and I don’t want money to get in the way so I’ve priced this book a little differently from previous books.
Learn how to get it for free and read more about what’s inside it.
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.