When Pinole Valley Bootcamp started we offered 4 classes a week based on a 6 week comittment.
During the course of two years we have changed this to 2 classes a week based on a 6 week comittment.
It's always the same thing, everyone signs up, excited, can't wait, but then something happens...
It's too hard, it's too much work, it's too "physical"...then the excuses start....about 4 weeks into it..
"I have to work" is the most popular "I'm not feeling well" is the next most popular, " I am stuck at a meeting" is the third most popular.
We are only asking for 12 hours... that's it! and we still can't get every one to bootcamp.
I don't take it personally, because I know our program works. I take it as a symbol of how "lazy" our society has become. The gym mentality, walking on a treadmil, is not what we do at bootcamp
We push and challenge and show you that you can do much much more than you think, yet, humans don't like that, they like comfort, they like kindof working out they like, kindof sweating.
It's unfortunate that so few have it figured out while the rest of our population is getting lazier and more sedentary by the day.