I do not often review products unless I really like them and I rarely give my public nod to websites offering help with weight loss and fitness but Jonathan Roche of No Excuses Boot Camp made me change my mind. (He’s a certified personal trainer and a 12-time Ironman Triathlon finisher.)
Jonathan runs an 8-week online boot camp that I think you might want to know about. His story is inspiring in that he lost 44 pounds years ago and has dedicated his career to helping men and women, mostly women, get fit.
Here’s what I like about it. He posts 10 new workout videos each week that you can do live with him or one of the other trainers or you can do them later at your convenience. The workouts are no more than 30 minutes, make use of interval training, and fun. It makes working out worthwhile and quick.
Like me, he believes in sustainable weight loss and exercise. (Not that I think there is anything wrong with people who get ultra-fit – I’m totally in awe of you – but most of us don’t have the determination to get that fit!)
His online boot camp starts next Monday the 12th, so if you are interested, there are only 600 spots left, which sounds like a lot but it isn’t given the fact that his boot camp has consistently sold out of its 2,000 spots. When the slots are gone – they are gone.
Here’s what he says about it:
- Our average Boot Camp participant (the range in age is from 14 up to 4 ) has a goal of losing 42 pounds (with some not trying to lose weight and some working on losing over 100 pounds).
- All fitness levels are welcome!
- We have No Excuses System members and Boot Campers in 58 countries so all non-US residents are welcome and encouraged to join Boot Camp.
- We are limiting the number of Boot Camp 13 participants to 2,000 (the first 12 Boot Camps all Sold Out)
Cost: $97 for 8-weeks, which is about $12 a week. Cheaper than a personal trainer, especially if you’ve toyed with the idea of hiring someone to help you.
You get access to the workouts for the current boot camp plus access to the other 250 workouts. You can participate in the private community, speak with a coach, get daily motivation and weekly assignments as well as a plan to get you started.
So there you have it. My very first, “you might really like this program” post. If you are interested just visit his website. If you sign up, because this is part of an affiliate promotion, I’d appreciate it if you’d let him know by clicking the section that says you heard about his program from Fit to the Finish.
Here’s my question today. Do you workout with a video, go to a gym, or create and do your own workout? Diane