In this Episode: How TEAM Bootcamp training works in wet weather and the cold.COACH PROFILE: Ashley, a life coach, and fitness instructor. Working in the fitness industry for 22 years. It all started when I saw an advertisement about team boot camp then I said I'm going to go. The moment I came here
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In this Episode: How TEAM Bootcamp training works in wet weather and the cold.COACH PROFILE: Ashley, a life coach, and fitness instructor. Working in the fitness industry for 22 years. It all started when I saw an advertisement about team boot camp then I said I'm going to go. The moment I came here. Things you did before boot camp in the fitness world? I started up as a fitness instructor and have been a personal trainer too. I have also tried being a manager, sales talk. I enjoyed doing those kinds of stuff a lot. What kind of new skills have you developed?My skills as a manager, in trying to manage the individual groups in here comes very handy. Being aware of people's abilities, motilities, differences, regressions to people—I have always been mindful of that. Especially with what we have done today in survival skills and techniques, fishing, and making fire, it's all fun. You are an expert camper, but let's say there is someone out there that thinks I am different than everybody else, has never done exercise, no extreme physical activities, how do you guarantee that everybody's going to get what they need? What's the maximum number of people you can train? In one day? 60 people I may say. We make it work. We have the weight-in process when people arrive before we train them we are talking to them. Looking at the medical records, talking about their abilities, any injuries they got, and from that, we give them a functional assessment. “As a trainer, I don't care if you can run around at all. It's just the thought that you're hungry for something and you are pushing yourself.”---ASHHow much of a factor in your opinion is the weather on people's results? The results in the winter are unbelievable, eight or nine inches of snow and we are out there having the most amazing sessions and we see results. “One would say that, "That was impossible". NO! For campers it doesn't matter what's going on outside. What scares them is when they wake up and we don't lift that weight off them. We don't allow it to stop us.”--ASHWinter weather brings an immense amount of challenge, and probably bring a lot of pride, excuse that fear. What kind of countermeasures if you have, what do you do to get on with the weather? We are out there, we are in the elements, we can switch, and we can change a lot. “You realize no one cares what you look like at camp. There is no point in getting yourself a makeup when you go out. It's liberating and makes you feel free at most.”---ASHWe have termed it "The facility". (The dawn of a new era at team boot camp) An indoor training environment, a cross-fit functioning facility but still maintains the feel of a field in a boot camp and it's going to be a place where you can get out of the elements. This is coming in the next couple of weeks. Ash, can you tell me how excited are you about the facility? What do you think it's going to bring? It’s going to be a game-changer. We are already good at training outside but now that we have this facility, it will be going to give us a different dimension. This would allow us to get and an extra bit of intensity from the campers.Let's talk about the campers. How many campers have you seen go through now? What would you say like people's biggest fear when they come? What do you think is the thing that they should concentrate on? Maybe I have seen thousands of campers come and go. How much courage would it take for them to come and see that weight off? For them, the most motivating factor is when they see the progression. <