What are you waiting for? Be one of the success stories!
When I started boot camp, I would say every time, "I hate running". Now that I have been at this for 4 months my attitude has changed. I can honestly say I love to run! I think the fact that I am running with 36lbs less makes for a HUGE difference. The strength training and everything Amber has taught me are all factors. ~ Pictured below on left~ Colleen
Runner? Think you don't need strength training?
I have run for many years and I know I run faster and have less injury when I do strength training, Keep my diet in check and follow a running plan. Excess weight will slow you down and lead to injury. Doing Boot camp has been a huge help. Gives you cardio and mixes up the strength. Distance running requires specific training just like weights, need to increase distance when ready can't overdo it or you will be injured. Had a friend hire a running coach/trainer and jump into her first half marathon in less than 6 months having never run. My advice was to take it slow, learn to run first and don't worry about time but she wanted to compete for time, did lots of circuit/strength training with this coach and still got injured and can't run today due to an IT band issue that will not go away. Boot camp helps no question. To be a faster run you need to train to run faster and longer. The strength I've build in this short time and the weight loss from boot camp has helped me. ~ Toni marathon runner
Difference in trainers?
The difference with my prior trainer and what I'm doing now; I was working with weights, but no cardio. And no change with my diet either. I have completely changed my eating habits with a lot of guidence that I never had. You have provided me with a lot of very helpful nutritional information and I also track my food and exercise on myfitnesspal.com. The exercise speaks for it's self. I can't get enough. Boot camp 4 times a week is not enough, I've started doing more at home too. I've completely changed my life.~ Tammy
Older? Don't think you can Train?
"When I turned 50 years of age I thought one of the best investments I could make was in my own health. I joined a nationally know circuit club, a local gym, and then I tried several personal trainers. It wasn't until 4 months ago (I am a snowbird) that I found out the true difference between a "good" personal trainer and a "great" PERSONAL TRAINER. After working with Amber Rollins of BodyCore, I can truly say that having her in my life has been one of the best investments EVER!!! Amber is not your typical trainer that you normally see at your gym. When you are training with Amber, her ENTIRE focus is on you, and only you. She's an amazing trainer that will keep you moving, constantly changing things up so you never get bored, while utilizing every inch of your body resulting in maximum outcomes. Amber loves what she does and it shows with her positive attitude and encouraging words at every visit. She makes me want to try my hardest and not give up. Amber has helped to strengthen me physically, mentally, and emotionally. She is simply the best with a super positive personality and a very caring, kind, compassionate heart. I am 58 years old and I feel stronger now than I ever have my whole life." Lynn Diefendorf
"I have attended BOOT CAMP by Amber owner of BODYCORE for two months, and the difference in my strength, attitude, and self esteem have made it so worth it. Amber is a hard trainer, but she is positive and upbeat, keeps everyone accountable, and celebrates her clients' successes, even the small ones! I have always been an athletic person, but when I started boot camp at 6 months postpartum, and had never felt weaker or more out of shape in my life. Almost immediately I felt better mentally, stronger, lost inches and pounds. The camaraderie with other boot campers and the trainer is worth attending, PLUS you get a rocking workout on top of it. I can't say enough about this boot camp!~ Allison