How could I ever eat this thing?

Before we learn about how to eat elephants, I want to pass on something that truly encompasses why our boot camps are so special. Check out this write up by one of our awesome clients Meg.
How awesome is that? We truly do make it more than just an exercise class, we are a family.
I have a question for you. Do any of you watch the Discovery Channel? If you do, you might already know the answer to my question. Do you know the best way to eat an elephant? Any guesses? The answer is, one bite at a time. There are many times in your life when you will come across something that seems insurmountable. My house payment comes to mind... It can be you want to lose 50, 75, or 100 lbs.  Running a 5K (3.1 miles) might as well be a marathon to you.  You start looking at how many years until you can retire. It can be anything in your life, finances, education, fitness, your kid's recital. So thankful I have a son. When you look at the big picture it seems impossible and there is no end in sight. The key is to break it up into small manageable chunks. Try to lose one pound at a time, not all 100 at once. When running or walking keep picking out landmarks in the distance and saying "Ok, just to the next (lightpole, mailbox, tree, etc...)." When you get there, pick out another one until you get to the distance you want to make. The days you don't feel like exercising just go through tiny stages. Ok I'm out of bed, my feet are moving, eat a pre-workout meal, put on my workout clothes and shoes, brush my teeth (hopefully), then go to Huntsville Adventure Boot Camp to stare at Joe's chiseled features for inspiration (optional). Just get to camp, just make it to the gym, just get started on that walk or jog  and you will feel so much better once you get going. Don't get overwhelmed by the big stuff. "The journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step." -Lao-Tzu If you need help, we are starting a brand new slate of classes on Monday and would love for you to join us.