Calves burning, sweat dripping off your nose.
You look over at your mother.
Cringing, she gives you a look of empathetic encouragement.
You give one back.
No, this isn’t spring cleaning. This is boot camp.
Everything has a day for mothers:
Bring mum to school day;
Meet your future mother-in-law day;
And, well, Mothers Day.
Working-out shouldn’t be any different.
Ladies, it’s time to make mum your latest work-out accessory.
Wear her on your boxing-gloved arm like a Dolce watch.
Sure, you could take a friend to the gym; but let’s face it, girlfriends are unreliable.
They’re probably too hot to exercise (because you only surround yourself in attractive people). They’re all lazy, unfit, and really only tagging along to check out the male talent.
But mum, well, she is a trooper.
Your mother has given birth, worked, been carer and queen to a home; she is no stranger to hard-work.
So why shouldn’t she deserve to look and feel great?
According to Seriously Fit Bootcamps founder, Jason Dana, the best way to do this is outdoors, bootcamp style!
“Training outdoors adds another element to exercise. There is no wait to use the machines, no sweat mixing, plenty of fresh air and a variety of exercises you can only do outdoors.”
Jason is certain that this is especially effective for mothers and daughters,
“The programs are designed to accommodate to people of all ages, genders and fitness levels, as there are progressions and regressions of all exercises,”
“We make it as challenging as possible for everyone so that each individual gets a serious work-out.”
As the Seriously Fit client base is predominantly female, Jason ensures that training regimes suit the needs of women,
“With us, women don’t have to worry about the intimidation they might find in a gym,”
“Instead, they can focus on targeting all the problem areas that are known to females, like triceps, glutes and core,”
“This is achieved through a range of activities including boxing, core strength and conditioning, weight loss, endurance and circuit training, all with the help of two attentive trainers.”
Jason is a great ambassador for mother-daughter work-outs, encouraging that it’s great for bonding,
“I love it! We currently have a mother-daughter team doing bootcamp and it’s so much fun when they’re around,”
“It’s good to train with a partner like mum, as it motivates you to keep up intensity and attendance,” he said.
So ladies, if you like a work-out, and love your mother even more – then buy her some tights and take her for a spin.
Your mother is the latest work-out accessory, and boot camp, the place-to-be.
Seriously Fit Bootcamps runs 6 sessions a week, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings at Burwood Park, Sydney.
For more information, contact Jason on 0447 737 858, or Anthony on 0432 439 880,
or like them at http://www.facebook.com/SeriouslyFitBootcamps