Life After BCx Boot Camp
For those of you taking our 4-week BCx Boot Camp online or at our gym – who says BCx has to last only 4 weeks? Some of you are closing in on the final days of BCx Boot Camp and probably panicking thinking, “What’s next?” I’m here to give you some ideas.
1.) Don’t stop. If you have not reached your goal, then I challenge you to keep going until you reach your goal. BCx Boot Camp isn’t supposed to be just a one-month challenge. BCx Boot Camp is a challenging workout that you can do for as long as you want to help you reach your goals.
2.) Improve. Now that you have done the program, there’s nothing left to fear – you’ve already done it, now you can improve it. You may choose to do the program again and set goals to improve your actual performance and physical fitness level.
3.) Help others. There are many people out there who need you. Whether it is a friend or a complete stranger living across the globe, you never know who’s life YOU could impact. Tell your story, recruit others and let them know you will be there for them. Although there are many people doing BCx alone and off the grid, there is a huge need for support and accountability for most people and YOU can meet that need.
4.) Mix it up. If you don’t want to do the 4-week program over again, you can take pieces of the workouts and mix them up with other training. Combine one or two missions for upper body in with a weight routine or incorporate Dead Legs or the Bomb in with a few strength moves at the gym. BCx can increase the intensity of any training program and can be used to fit your needs.
5.) Do BCx2. Yes, there will be a new and exciting BCx coming out that will be a 6-week program with 18 different workouts fore more variety and more fun! Until then, Steve and I will share teasers and try to help keep your workouts fresh while you patiently wait.
We are proud of our BCx family. You’ve made it this far – and like Dawn Borders said in her recent post on the BCx Forum, “it’s just the beginning”.