Fighting Fit2 Boot Camp™ is an innovative and exciting program combining outdoor fitness instruction with the same combat sport conditioning methods pro fighters use. This program is now being offered for the first time in your area.
The program was conceived and created by self-defense and fitness instructor Michael Massie, BAAS, CPT. It is the first program of its kind to combine outdoor fitness training with combat sport conditioning, so participants can maximize their results in the program.
“Why Should I Choose This Workout… Why Not Just Join A Gym or Workout at Home?”
Simple… Fighting Fit2 Boot Camp is a hard-core workout where people get results. Our methods will get you better results in a shorter period of time than conventional weight training or aerobics classes.
An even better reason for doing Fighting Fit2 is so you have accountability. What good is a gym membership if you don’t go? What good is that treadmill or DVD if you don’t use it? Fighting Fit2 offers you a place to go where you’ll have support and accountability, something you won’t get from your workout DVD or gym membership.
“Do You Offer Help with Nutrition?”
When you start, Fighting Fit2 Boot Camp provides you an easy-to-follow nutrition plan that is designed to increase your results from the program. Trainees who follow the plan report even greater fat loss and weight reduction than those who simply try to “eat right.”
You should also know that whether you choose to follow the entire nutrition plan or not,we require you to change certain eating habits in order to become a part of Fighting Fit2Boot Camp. Expect your coaches and your cohort both to keep you accountable for the duration of your time with us.
“What If I Am Not Very Physically Fit?”
Honestly, you should know that this may not be the workout for everyone. It’s a real fighter’s workout designed to get you in shape fast.
However, we are here to help you become more fit and to show you how to adopt a fitness lifestyle. So, if you’re willing to put in the effort, we’ll help you reach your goals regardless of your current fitness level.
“Is There Any Contact Involved?”
While we do integrate combat fitness training drills into each Fighting Fit2 Boot Camp training session, this is not a fight class. However, we do offer that training in our other programs.
We recommend starting off with completing at least one four-week boot camp before you start learning fighting skills; after you’ve finished your first four weeks in F2 Boot Camp you are welcome to start learning fighting skills in our other classes.
“How Often Does the Camp Meet?”
New participants workout two to three days a week; more advanced trainees may choose to work out more often by attending at more than one location.
“What Happens During Bad Weather?”
Indoor boot camp fitness program.Indoor training sessions are the norm during bad weather days. Unlike other boot camp programs, you’ll always get your workouts in at F2 Boot Camps!
Each Fighting Fit2 Boot Camp training session begins promptly at the designated start time. Classes for new recruits typically meet Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings each and every week of camp, except on scheduled holidays.
“What Can I Expect to Get Out of Attending Fighting Fit2 Boot Camp?”
As any fighter who has been through training camp will tell you, the type of physical training you go through produces tremendous results in fat loss, increased strength, improved endurance, and by improving your percentage of lean body tissue.
Fighting Fit2 Boot Camp gets real results – so long as you faithfully attend camp and make good nutrition choices (remember, we provide you with a nutrition guide that has tips and meal suggestions to maximize your efforts) you will see results after as little as four weeks in camp.
“Will I Get Bored?”
Fun workout routines.What you’re really asking is, “Will I want to quit?” The answer to that is, Fighting Fit2 Boot Camp will challenge you in a way that more traditional activities like weight-lifting and aerobics can’t.
Experience has taught us that Fighting Fit2 training methods get results in a much shorter period of time than conventional workouts – so your results will be what keeps you motivated and coming to class.
“How Many People Will Be In My Fighting Fit2 Boot Camp?”
We strive to keep our trainee-to-coach ratio at around 15-to-1. However, group participation will vary from 10 to 25 participants on any given day. We have found that the bigger the group, the more fun you will have during training!
“How Much Does the Camp Cost?”
Boot camps cost less than hiring personal trainers.Personal trainers typically charge $50 to $250 per hour for their services, yet you’ll be receiving instruction from our certified boot camp fitness trainers for just a fraction of that cost.
Each Fighting Fit Boot Camp location sets their own rates, which allows each location to offer competive rates while still keeping program quality high.
Typically, our clients end up paying less than half what it would cost to hire the cheapest trainer at one of the big box gyms around town, and the typical 4-week boot camp costs about $600 to $1,200 less than 12 one-on-one sessions with an elite trainer like Coach Massie.
Plus, you’ll have the added benefit of going through the same training with other people in your cohort – that’s a benefit no one-to-one program can match.