When I was first struck with the idea of sign up for Best Body Bootcamp, I was in the middle of a post-running period of life when relaxing my concept of fitness was necessary for my mental well-being. I had started taking lots of fitness classes, and was enjoying cross-training, so I thought it might be fun to try out Tina‘s plan too.
Even though I only followed the strength and cardio circuits–not the suggested cardio HIIT routines, preferring to supplement BBBC with my classes or just chilled out elliptical-and-US Weekly workoouts–I found every routine to be easy to follow (especially with the cute videos of Tina performing every move from which I could model my own work) and adaptable to my current level of strength…or how ambitious I was feeling that day.
[Sister Smart is incredibly fit, so I went a little crazy and even adapted a EMOM 'closer' into a tabata-style drill that even SHE found challenging.]
I don’t know that Best Body Boot Camp changed my life, but it certainly changed my senses.
It changed what I heard.
I must admit, it was awesome.
It changed the way I thought.*
*Not really one of the five senses. But go with it.
It changed the way I see.
I like what I see when I see ME.
Yes, it changed the way I smell.
And, most importantly, it changed the way I feel.*
*Fine, technically the sense is of touch, but again, we’re sticking with it for thematic purposes.
I feel fit, and like I have a great toolbox from which to draw when left to my own devices.
Having a plan has given me more confidence in my own abilities, and a never-thought-it-would-happen love of strength training.
You can bet I’ll be signing up as soon as registration opens on Monday.
(And not just because I’ll get a $10 discounted rate…)