Surviving fitness boot camp
Personal trainer Scott Tucker, known for his relentless but successful training techniques, recently announced a free fitness bootcamp for locals of his hometown. Tucker is planning to accept overweight individuals with a body mass index (BMI) of 30 or more living within his community. Nancy Ross, an editor of Fitness Life Stories, said that she hopes that the story not only inspires people to get in shape, but also inspires other personal trainers to give back. “When one person starts to take their health seriously, it is a wonderful thing,” said Ross, “But what’s even better is when someone reaches out and motivates others. Hopefully by publishing this article, more personal trainers will start free workouts in their communities.” According to Tucker, this boot camp is his way of giving to the members of the community that don’t have the means to afford the cost of his well-respected boot camps. So many members of this community has been so supportive of my business, it’s time to start giving back Tucker says. I want to target individuals who can really benefit from the bootcamp services I offer and help them to reach their individual goals.
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