What is the Perfect Diet While Doing Boot Camp? by Stephen Cooper

 While you were sleeping, boot camp clients were warm up to this.

While you were sleeping, boot camp clients were warm up to this.

Where do I start?

There is no perfect diet for everyone.  I smile when I see other Boot Camps and trainers in the Pasadena area that pretend they have "the" diet for you.

From the New York Times bestseller, "Faster, Higher, Stronger: How Sports Science is Creating a New Generations of Superathletes and What We Can Learn From Them" by Mark McClusky...

We all seem to be looking for something to help us feel better and perform our best, and as a species, we seem to have a limitless credulity for new ways to do so.

Diets, and the way our bodies deal the food and nutrients they give it are intensely personal and individual. I think part of why we see so many fads and swings in the popular literature about diet is that we forget this fact, and look for one way of eating that works for everyone in the world. And there simply isn’t one.

The only way to know for sure is to have your blood work done with a sports medicine doc, or at a sports specific place such as InsideTracker.

I had my own blood work many years ago from a sports med doc who worked with a lot of MMA fighters.  He wrote up the instructions for the blood draw, and the results were sent to him.  Then we looked over the results over a phone consultation.  It was very eye-opening.  I remember him saying that just taking supplements without the results from a blood test was "just guessing, and a way to have expensive urine."

So what do you do if you can't afford or don't want to have your blood drawn?

From Mark McClusky again... “Bill Wagner and his team at Sparta Performance Science in California I’ve seen this with their athletes. Rather than giving them a laundry list of dietary guidelines, they boil down their advice for pro athletes to just two things:

Make sure that you eat 1 g of protein daily for every pound of body weight to support muscle growth, and eat at least eight fist-sized servings of vegetables a day. “You need to get rid of all other advice to make sure you do the most important things,” says Wagner. 

August Boot Camp Details by Stephen Cooper

How is 2018 progressing for you?  

How would you rate your effort towards exercise, etc. 1 being no effort, and 10 being spot on with your training, eating, and recovery?

Getting results comes from consistent effort.  Not intentions, not good plans...but showing up day in and day out, and putting in your best effort.

Just like this morning, a certain boot camper, "CN", pushed and pushed until she was red in the face and dripping with sweat.  I completely admire this type of work.  (I know others put in the hard work, this is just the most recent example.)

So, having said that...where do you stand?

Do you need to refine your habits?
Are you choosing to do things that are bringing you closer to better health and fat loss?

Live each day deliberately.

I can help with online coaching via Skype, personal training, and Boot Camp classes.

Aug 1 Monday/Wednesday/Friday Camps Start, Cost is $175 (14 classes in Aug) Discount for current clients.

Aug 2 - Tuesday/Thursday Camps Start, Cost is $135 (9 classes in Aug) Discount for current clients.

Email me with questions.


P.S.  Current clients, if I haven't heard from you, let me know if you'll be continuing in the August Camp.  Also current clients, your discounted rate still applies. - Thanks

July Boot Camps by Stephen Cooper

Pause and think to yourself how exercise could benefit you.

  • Coping with stress
  • Giving you more energy to do things with loved ones
  • Improving your mood
  • Boosting confidence

Clients often share with me how the boot camp classes "pay off".  I'm grateful and quite happy to hear their stories.

Please look honestly at how you are treating yourself.  If your life is out of balance, and lacking physical movement, come and join us.

July Boot Camps start Monday, July 2.  
$175 for 3x a week (12 classes)
$135 for 2x a week (9 classes)

Monday/Wednesday/Friday or Tuesday/Thursday
Morning classes 5:45 AM - 6:30 AM
Evening classes 6:00 PM - 6:45 PM

No classes on July 4.

Contact me with questions,

P.S.  Current Boot Camp clients, if you haven't already...please let me know if you'll be continuing in July. Thanks. (Your discounted rates apply.)

Are you up for the challenge? by Stephen Cooper

What challenge you ask?

The challenge to choose exercise over excuses.

The challenge to stop fidgeting with social media, and instead, spend that time prepping healthy meals, or getting in some physical activity.

The challenge to turn off the phone and get to sleep at a reasonable time.

Invest your time in actions that bring you closer to your goals.

Commit to training at least 2-3 times a week.

If you need help committing, join us tomorrow, or next week for the June Boot Camps. 

$175 for 3x a week (13 classes)
$135 for 2x a week (10 classes)

Contact me with questions,

P.S.  Current Boot Camp clients, if you haven't already...please let me know if you'll be continuing in June. Thanks. (Your discounted rates apply.)

A question from a client..." Do you have suggestions for meal planning to align with bootcamp? What are your recommendations for healthy eating besides fruit and veg?" by Stephen Cooper

A client writes...

" Do you have suggestions for meal planning to align with bootcamp? What are your recommendations for healthy eating besides fruit and veg?"

And my response...

Meal planning...so many options.

If you have a specific goal to lose a certain amount of weight in a short period of time, then more specific numbers need to be implemented.  Meaning a certain number of calories, certain grams or protein, etc..

Here's a link to Precision Nutrition.  I've been reading their stuff for as long as I've been a trainer.  You can dig deeper into various topics there...https://www.precisionnutrition.com/nutrition-guide-best-diet

Basically, it comes down to eating as natural as possible, meaning least processed meats/fish, vegetables, fruits, seeds, and healthy oils and fats.

And recording (notebook, etc.) what works best for you.  Note what you ate, and how you slept/felt/train.

Try the different "diets" and see where you best perform.  Don't let someone else tell you their miracle program is the best...or that it is best for you.

Couple books I've been reading lately...

The Longevity Diet, https://amzn.to/2EOV9tP

Wired to Eat, https://amzn.to/2EOV9tP

And one of the doc's I like Dr Rhonda Patrick...https://www.youtube.com/user/FoundMyFitness/videos

Not a simple answer, but I hope it helps.

April Boot Camp Details by Stephen Cooper

Do what needs to be done to bring you closer to better health and achieving your fat loss goals. 

Eliminate and simplify.  

Don't overthink things.


If you'd like to join us, see the details below...

Thanks, Coop

P.S. Current Boot Campers, if you haven't already, please confirm if you'll be continuing.

Location: Pasadena-Altadena Border

Days: Monday/Wednesday/Friday or Tuesday/Thursday

Morning Classes: 

5:45 am - 6:30 am

Evening Classes: 

6:00 pm - 6:45 pm

Class: Each class is 45 minutes in length.

Cost:  $165.00 for three times per week, or $135 for twice a week

(Price is for the entire month)

IKIGAI - Why I do what I do by Stephen Cooper

 Mountains above Altadena, CA

Mountains above Altadena, CA

Ikigai is a Japanese term that for me loosely translates to "what I do to make a difference in the lives of others, or what I value in living"

These days when I train and coach clients it's not about a quick fix, or superficial gains.  Training and dieting to unhealthy extremes to produce those type of results have no part in my plan.  I just read on social media yesterday of a male fitness model who spends 2 hours a day boxing, and another 2 hours working out.  (I'm assuming that he spends at least another hour posing for and posting pictures of himself on social media.)

In contrast, I'd rather share lifelong techniques and disciplines that will pay off over a lifetime.

If you are looking for a loud/Chucky Cheese like gym experience, then we won't be a good fit. 

If you are committed to digging deep and want to learn how to create more discipline and learn what it really takes to see long lasting results, then I encourage you to contact me.

Our next Boot Camp starts tomorrow.

MWF Camp is $165 for the month of March and

Tu/Thur Camp is $135

Contact me with any questions.



When is the Best Time of the Day to Workout? by Stephen Cooper

Best selling author Daniel Pink in his latest book, "When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing", notes the best time of the day to exercise.

He says the science is pretty clear...but it depends on your goal.

You are better off exercising in the morning if...

  • You want to lose weight
  • You want to stick to a routine
  • You want a longer mood boost

You are better off exercising in the late afternoon or evening if...

  • You want to avoid injury
  • You want to enjoy your workout a little more
  • You want to improve your performance

From my own experience with clients, I've definitely seen that those who workout first thing in the morning (5:45 am - 6:30 am) seem to attend more consistently. 

For those in my evening classes, working late, traffic, after work parties at the bar, seem to throw off many from keeping to a consistent program.

And when it comes to fat loss, it's those who put in the consistent work day after day, who see results.

Ultimately you have to make it happen.  Cultivate the discipline, and execute.

P.S.  If you'd like to know when and how I workout, sign up for my newsletter here.


In case you missed this morning... by Stephen Cooper

In case you missed today's workout...

Equipment needed: kettlebell/Bands

Warm Up:

  1. Skips to fence and back
  2. Jog to fence, then lat stretch
  3. Jog back, sumo squat
  4. Bowlers stretch, walk-cross reach towards toes
  5. Alternating knee grab from standing position

Work: ( for 6 minutes, 1-3 reps-keep mouth closed-breathe through nose only-steady pace)

  1. KB goblet squat
  2. Bodyweight push ups

Work: (60 sec)

  1. KB pullover
  2. Prone “Y” raises
  3. Bird dog


  1. Standing Pallof Press with partner or band
  2. Walking out plank (hold 30 sec) - 3x

Have You Begun? by Stephen Cooper

 Planning a Training Session

Planning a Training Session

Today is the third of January, 2018.  Have you begun your training?  Do you have a plan?

In designing the programming for my Boot Camp classes, I'm always planning, reviewing, and trying to improve.

The picture above is kind of a "final draft" of one of our workouts this week.

My overall goal in program design is to be safe first of all...then in this particular class we focused on the core and hamstrings (TRX), triceps/chest/shoulders (New dip stations), ab work, and stretches to open the shoulders and chest.

I hope you guys enjoyed the new equipment this morning.  I like to keep the sessions "simple" yet effective.  (Let me know what you thought about the workout - in the comment section below.)

As 2017 Comes to an End, It's Time to Review and Reflect... by Stephen Cooper

 Morning view from Altadena, CA

Morning view from Altadena, CA

How was 2017 for you?  Really reflect. 

Did you follow through with your commitments to improving your health and fitness? And how do you track your results?  No need to overwhelm yourself with apps and other digital tracking, but you do need a simple way to measure and track your commitment and your results. 

How much time was wasted on social media?  Measure your time on social media vs time spent actually exercising.  How's it look?

And your eating/diet?  Did you stick to the healthy basics, things like proteins, vegetables, fruits, and healthy fats?  Once again, don't overthink this.  Reasonable portions of healthy foods will get you a long way in reaching your fat loss goals.  Unless you have to lose weight fast, or can't quite seem to get those last few pounds off, don't stress about the latest diets (Keto/Paleo, etc).

And what are your plans for 2018?

Look at the big pieces of the puzzle that you can improve... 

  • Better eating
  • Sleep/recovery
  • Movement

 2018 will be filled with tons of distractions, pulling you in all different directions.

Take charge, and execute. 

Live deliberately.

I can help with online coaching, Skype video sessions, and Boot Camp classes.

Jan 2 - Tuesday/Thursday Camps Start, Cost is $135 (9 classes in Jan)

Jan 3 - Monday/Wednesday/Friday Camps Start, Cost is $175 (13 classes in Jan)

Contact me with questions.

I wish you a very healthy and happy New Year!

P.S.  Current clients, if I haven't heard from you, let me know if you'll be continuing in the January Camp.  Also current clients, your discounted rate still applies. - Thanks

Just Do by Stephen Cooper


It's very rare that I share pictures of my family online.  I posted these the other day on Facebook just to show that I do my best to walk my talk.  For me walking my talk is getting in exercise, and encouraging my family to do the same...day in and day out, hot or cold.  Just get it done.

I encourage clients to do the same.  I realize that some clients have some serious challenges, be it cancer, or similar tough situations...but for most who are just tired or putting off working out, I encourage you to get after it.  Opportunity passes, and skipped days add up.

You only have two months remaining in this year.  I challenge you to make the most of each day.  Appreciate the day you've been given.  Do not waste it on Social Media.  Spend it on improving you, your health, and your family.

The November Camps begin Thursday, Nov 2.  (No classes Nov 23,24)

Cost is $165 for the MWF Camp, and $125 for the Tu/Thur Camp.

Times:  5:45 AM - 6:30 AM or 6:00 PM - 6:45 PM

Contact me with questions.



No More Tilapia, Please No by Stephen Cooper

A couple of weekends ago, we had some friends over, and the mom mentioned that she had attended another fitness class (Transformation ..something).  She said that she had lost 20 pounds or so...but that she had regained the weight and more when she stopped.  And that she was sick and tired of tilapia and broccoli.  The diet they were supposed to follow was very strict...lot's of tilapia.

Yes, diets work...temporarily.  And if you have an event with little time to lose weight, then yes a diet of some sort will shed some weight...but it is not sustainable.

Are you looking for results that last a month or two, or a lifetime?

The sooner and deeper you realize that long-lasting results come consistency and hard work, you can stop searching for the next gimmick or shortcut, and really get down to the work that produces lifelong results.

If you are ready to put in the work...join us - October Camps start Monday the 2nd for the Mon/Wed/Fri Camps (no classes on Halloween) and Tuesday the 3rd for the Tue/Thur Camps.

Cost is $165 for the 12 class MWF Camps  (No Classes on Halloween, or November 1)

and $125 for the 8 class Tu/Thur Camps

Contact me for questions and to register.

See ya

P.S.  If you're still only eating tilapia, here are some recipes for you, http://www.foodnetwork.com/topics/tilapia

P.S.S. Current clients please confirm if you'll be continuing (if you haven't already) in the October Camp.  

September Boot Camps Start September 1, No Class on Labor Day by Stephen Cooper

Come twice or three times per week, depending on how you can fit it in with your schedule.

Days: Monday/Wednesday/Friday or Tuesday/Thursday

Morning Classes: 

5:45 am - 6:30 am

Evening Classes: 

6:00 pm - 6:45 pm

Class: Each class is 45 minutes in length.

Cost:  $135 for twice a week, or $165.00 for three times per week

(Price is for the entire month)


New Boot Camp Begins September 1

No classes on Labor Day, September 4

No classes on October 30, 31, and November 1 (Vacation)

Big Results Come From Consistent Habits by Stephen Cooper

I recently shared this with a client...

You spoke of your lack of discipline the other day.  

Knowing that discipline and building good habits are critical to getting and keeping the weight off...here are two suggestions.

First is a free app called, https://www.coach.me/   It’s a simple app where you set up your daily goals, and simply check them off each day.  I like it because it’s quick to check off your habit, plus you can build streaks which you won’t want to break.

I’d put simple goals of things like,

Eat 2 servings of fruit a day

Eat 3 servings of vegetables per day,


Sleep 8 hours


Don’t overwhelm yourself...but get those basics on there.


The second is, http://tinyhabits.com/

Once again, simple but consistent habits will lead up to great results.


Have a great week.

Let me worry about it... by Stephen Cooper

As a coach and trainer, I try to simplify the path to fat loss and better health.

These days there is so much information overload, I think that people often get caught up in the bombardment of stuff, and the action and execution often are pushed to the side.  

Time spent scrolling through pictures of models exercising is exchanged for putting in the work.  I counted one fitness girl's Instagram video postings, and she had 37 in one day.  That's 1.5 per hour!

You only have so much time in your day (and life), so make it count.

If you commit to training at Boot Camp, you can set specific times and days where you know you'll get in much-needed exercise.  You just need to show up, and know that I've put in the time with the programming, which will help you get closer to your goals.  

By attending Boot Camp you are developing the life long habits of training and eating better.  This isn't a quick fix.

Commit to self-improvement.  Change what needs to be changed. Today, not Monday, not the first of the month...but today.

August Camps start Tuesday, August 1 for the Tues/Thurs Camps, and Wednesday, August 2, for the Mon/Wed/Fri Camps.

Cost is $175 for the 13 class MWF Camp

and $135 for the 10 class Tu/Thur Camp

Contact me for questions and to register.









The August Boot Camps start next week.


"I'm slipping" by Stephen Cooper

My client writes... "I have a hard time when (No name) or (no name) are around because I'm nibbling on what they have and it's rarely good.  I justify by saying that I'm working out so much I can afford it. 

I'm hoping my email will help keep me on track today.  I'll see you at bootcamp today.

And my response...

I appreciate you sharing.

Junk is junk.  Eliminate it.

I remember reading Michael Pollan, http://michaelpollan.com/articles-archive/six-rules-for-eating-wisely/  and he had a good idea..."if you want to eat "junk" food, then only do so if you make it yourself."  Meaning, if you really want apple pie, then make the dough, cut the apples, and bake it yourself.  Take the physical action, and choose your ingredients wisely.  Makes total sense to me.

I see the change in you, in that you are at the point of "enough is enough".  If you are truly dedicated to losing the fat and setting a healthy example for (no name), you have to stick to your guns.

Years will pass, and she will observe your choices and model you.

Be the mom that is strong.  And I mean physically and mentally.  

Eating junk is easy.  Being disciplined and not letting others push you around is admirable.  Your daughter will remember this.

Review of the Last Client Survey by Stephen Cooper

 24 out of 29 people gave a "10" rating

24 out of 29 people gave a "10" rating

Hi guys,

I was looking through the last client survey and wanted to share the responses and my goals for improvements.

We had 29 people respond.  Thank you very much for taking the time to respond.  The next survey will be at the end of this month.

* Note that these are completely unfiltered and I didn't edit anything.

Questions and responses...

1.  What do you like about Boot Camp?

Consistent, structured, no class alike, friendly, work at your own pace

Bootcamp is always there, it's a great motivator to get up and do what I need to to stay healthy. It's also non-judgmental and easy to fit in. It's a habit I don't want to break.

I like the positive attitude of the other campers, how you email us and check in with attendance, the variety of workouts, and the atmosphere in the class.

All around workout.

The workouts are always a surprise, lots of variety.

The exercises vary from class to class, mixed skill levels.

Working out with other people.

The opportunity to have a full workout session in the outdoors while doing a broad routine and set of exercises targeting different areas of your body, strength, and resistance. I love the personable training style and schedule flexibility.

The diverse workouts, never a repeated workout.

I like the non-threatening environment you have created and knowing that no matter how advanced or novice I am that you will help me. The strength training and pushing my performance is also very important to me.

Variety of exercise, time of day, good price, no running

I get exercise before the morning starts.

Stephen who doesn't show favorites...interested in everyone improving. Very very caring and committed! You'd think fitness was his life. I like that he models fitness and self-care. Every class is unique.

Stephen's attitude (positive and encouraging but challenging), and my fellow boot campers! I also like the range of workouts and the variety of every week.

Great workout, with good variation and never boring. Coop is very supportive and he obviously cares a great deal about his clients.

Variety in workouts, the pace of training, no-nonsense encouragement & reality checks from you.

Feeling stronger. Not competitive like some other gyms.

Your coaching.

Like the outdoor setting, limited running, focus on strength, and camaraderie with others.

Stephen- the care and expertise with which he usually designs the series of exercises on any given day, the variety, the working of many different muscle groups, is friendly and considerate as well, patient with explaining, no mind games.

I love the variety of exercises.

I like that the workout is time efficient and early enough in the day to do it before work.

The instructor and other attendees, it makes me stronger, the pace, the respect

Individual focus.

I like the variety of exercises, the somewhat small size of the class, the opportunities to exercise and interact with a partner, not all the time but the here and there times. I also like the banter and good feeling that every participant seems to have.

The time/days it's offered That it's 45 minutes When we use equipment When it's "fast" paced Everyone can go at their own pace/level No shaming/intimidation.

The proximity to my home. The smaller class size in the evenings makes it feel like it's a private training session.

I like the time of the early morning class and the variation in routine. I always leave feeling like I got a good work out. People are down to earth and it starts my day out with such positivity.


2.  What would you like to see improve?

All good.

I like it how it is.

More opportunities to track diets and share healthy recipes and food prep ideas.

I don't have any suggestions.

A little more strength training with barbells to target arms and shoulders.


I enjoy it just the way it is. I like the variety of workouts. I'd like the circuit with the "stations" again soon

Encourage that everybody is fully engaged during the session and checking that exercises and postures are performed correctly

I love the workouts just always don't want to partner up. But I'm still learning

Better math on the cards! 😅 I think the variety of exercises and routines is good. Maybe more cardio can be added but I know you have already added more than before.

Even more variety.

More circuits and fewer burpees (no more cards). Plus more variable workouts.

More light in the morning. Wish I knew more names. PS on Q3 - I tell friends but they aren't ready. Sorry.

A little bit more variety of workouts and props... sometimes kettlebells get dull. Other than that, nothing!

More ergonomic weights. something that doesn't bang your wrists.

I had to really think about this - the only thing I could think of is more frequent tips, ideas, reminders of health/fitness related things.

Always like new equipment. Keeps it interesting.

Nothing. It is great

More variety with format (like circuit) or different time sessions (not just the one minute).

Get rid of the deck-of-cards idea, gets monotonous.

I would like to do more ab/ core strengthening exercises.

I think it's very good! Perhaps more exercises that utilize weights in some form.

I love circuits! More circuit work please!

More core and cardio exercises. Maybe some way for people to monitor individual progress on a monthly basis.

I honestly can't think of any improvements. I like the way it is.

More use of equipment keep it moving Announcing "30 seconds" to motivate to keep pushing through

No improvements needed, but the option of a Saturday morning class would be good.

More instruction on proper positioning for various exercises to get the mist out of them.

Less jumping and more cardio

3.  On a scale of 1-10, 10 being most likely, how likely are you to refer a friend to Boot Camp?

(See above picture)

My goals, and ideas on improvements. 

1.  You definitely like circuits, so I will increase those.

2.  Buy new equipment.  (If you have a favorite, let me know.)  I do have 3 particular ones in mind.

3.  More frequent communications on why I choose the exercises I give to you, and which muscles or systems they are working.

4.  On ways to monitor progress, there are many options and apps.  The most common tool for Boot Campers is probably the FitBit, followed by the Apple Watch.

Clients use a large variety of tracking apps.  My challenge is to work with these various systems to keep a sensible way to check in, without making it a pain in the butt to monitor every calorie eaten and calorie burned.

To those who are in my Online Coaching Program, there are frequent check ins, where photos, measurements, and weight are recorded.

I prefer that clients find the best system that works for them.  Then, let me know how I can keep you on track with your preferred system.

Everyone should be walking.  Be it 10,000 or more steps per day, or walking 20 minutes 3 times a day.  Make that happen, and you are well on your way to fat loss, better health, and a healthy back.

4 Week Fat Loss Boot Camp (Starts July 2017) by Stephen Cooper

 Morning Boot Campers Using the TRX Suspension Trainer

Morning Boot Campers Using the TRX Suspension Trainer

I think you'll agree with me when I say:

It's REALLY hard to lose fat and keep it off.

Well, it turns out, you can dramatically increase the likelihood of keeping it off if you make exercise a habit.

And in today's post, I'm going to show you 2 tips to follow.

People who succeed with Boot Camp do two things very well.

First, they show up consistently.  When it comes to losing fat, it's not about big plans and attending multiple classes on various days and times.  Those who see the best results come on the same days, and at the same times.  

Too often when clients have more choices, they say they'll work out later...but that "later" never happens.  Studies show time and again that making a date and time and keeping that with yourself equals long term fat loss.

Second, they master the basics.  What do I mean by this?  You have 3 areas in which to improve when it comes to fat loss and fitness improvements.

1.  Sleep and recovery

2.  Diet

3.  Training

Long-term results come from working on and refining yourself in these 3 areas.  No miracles, no shortcuts...just small daily improvements in these areas.

I see time and again that something "clicks" with clients.  There is a change of expression from "dreamy, up in the clouds" like searching...to a zen-like focus.  The person who has finally had enough with quick fixes and gimmicks and is committed, sees the payoffs.

 "Coop leads a fantastic Boot Camp in Pasadena.  If you're looking to get into great shape, looking to lose weight, feel great, and feel some of the energy of Stephen, go see him. Stephen Cooper will help you get to the next level in your life. It's not just a kick butt workout, it's also a get your mind right workout.  He's doing a world class job, and he expects the best from his clients."  Todd Durkin,  Coach/Trainer. NBC Strong, Author, Speaker

"Coop leads a fantastic Boot Camp in Pasadena.  If you're looking to get into great shape, looking to lose weight, feel great, and feel some of the energy of Stephen, go see him. Stephen Cooper will help you get to the next level in your life. It's not just a kick butt workout, it's also a get your mind right workout.  He's doing a world class job, and he expects the best from his clients."

Todd Durkin,  Coach/Trainer. NBC Strong, Author, Speaker

But you're probably wondering:

"How does attending Boot Camp help with these?"  I'll be the first to admit, that it's rarely a rapid change.  It takes me awhile to figure out how I can help you in the specific areas I mentioned above.  I really see it as my job to dig a little and discover what might be slowing or stopping your progress.

For those who share with me often, I can and do make lot's of suggestions.  This isn't like a gym or workout place where they have 400 customers.  No.  I have around 50 clients who I keep good tabs on.  You miss a class, I'm going to email you.  You seem down in class, I'm going to ask you about what's going on.

Little by little, showing up to class...changes happen.  Just the other day I got a great message from one of my ex-clients.

Thank you Stephen. You were the best trainer and had me in the best shape of my life!!
— Instagram

So here's the deal:

The July Boot Camp starts on July 3rd or 5th (no class on the 4th).

Classes are in the morning, before work 5:45 am - 6:30 am Mon-Fri

or in the evenings from 6:00 pm - 6:45 pm

Cost: $125 for the month if you attend 2x a week, and $165 if you attend 3x a week  (It's quite affordable...about $12-$13 per class for the 3x a wk option)

So now, it's up to you.  Will you make the change, and finally stop with the excuses, or will July just be another regular month where you fall farther away from your goals?

Contact me to let me know you are ready for change.