With health care costs rising higher each year and our medical community focused toward repair or after the fact, it would be a gross error to overlook the very human need for physical activity.
Misconception No. 1: Cost
Basic Training lets you choose how many days per week you can attend at a price that works for you. The modest cost of Basic Training is a bargain compared to the market rate of a personal trainer.
Misconception No. 2: “I Don’t Have Time”
Basic Training offers training sessions from Monday through Friday, 6am to 7am. Each participant owes it to themselves to invest at least 2 hours per week or 12 hours over a 6 week period into a health program. Individuals leading a life without an exercise program can expect some form of a health crisis in the future. If not now… when?
Misconception No. 3: “Group Exercise Classes
Don’t Work for Me”
The drop out rate of a group exercise class is drastically reduced due to team support and encouragement. Meeting new people and having fun are also reasons to participate in the Basic Training program.