At this point, we’ve already established that outdoor and boot camp style fitness has some pretty unique twists on the traditional fitness methods, and that these change-ups only spur the results on, as opposed to bringing them to an abrupt halt
It’s no secret now that there’s a bit of a shift underway in the fitness industry, and more people than ever are enrolling in boot camp and outdoor fitness programs. People are seeing the value of getting outdoors and grouped up to achieve their fitness results, and the idea of being a lone gym warrior blasting his eardrums out in isolation is fading.
Signed up for your first boot camp session, and now you wait.
How are you feeling? Everyone responds to change in different ways, but if you’re transitioning into a boot camp style fitness program or embarking on your outdoor fitness journey, odds are you’re a bit wary as to what to expect.
That’s the upside to traditional fitness methods, we’ve been using those programs and methods for years now and we’re not entirely out of the loop when it comes to knowing what to expect from a few miles on a treadmill or an hour of pumping iron.
The fitness industry is ever evolving.
That’s one of the things that make it so exciting. Just like our bodies grow, adapt, and progress, the fitness industry likewise is constantly discovering new ways to give us that endorphin rush, launch us towards a new personal record, or just give us a time away from the hustle and bustle of life to focus on ourselves and our wellness for a bit.
Outdoor fitness is one of the most unique and game changing developments to grace the fitness world over the past couple years, and if you’re keeping up with the fitness world at all its likely got you asking: What is it exactly, and why should I care?