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WHY DON'T OTHER BOOTCAMP COMPANIES HAVE THESE KIND OF AMAZING TESTIMONIALS.
BECAUSE THIER PROGRAMS JUST DONT WORK.
Fitness Boot Camps Canada Bootcampers love to share their success stories! The following comments are from real bootcampers’ written testimonials and interviews.

AUG 21st 2008
Congratulations to Gord for losing 25 lbs of Body Fat in 3 months and Changing his life. Gord has Signed up for a year and will lose about 80 lbs or more of fat in that time and transform his Body!!! You can too just click on register and start your transformation today!!
Alberta Boot camp lost 24 lbs of fat I love Boot camp!!


JULY 23RD 2008
Dear Allan:
We can't thank you enough , since starting boot camp almost 2 months ago the results have been nothing short of incredible. Weight loss ,toning for myself and my girlfriend Tara. I have never felt better or more challenged, you are a cross between Anthony Robbins and Arnold Schwarzenegger . This has been a total success and as the owner of Opulence Magazine in Calgary I know quality. YOU are the real deal Allan.
Thanks so much.
Jonathan Molina
jmolina@clearquest.ca



JULY 21ST 2008
As part of our Biggest Loser BootCamp Challenge Blaine has lost almost 40lbs to date in less than 12 weeks
Our next Biggest Loser Boot Camp Challenge Starts Sept 8th 2008 Do You want to lose weight and win $5000 in cash and prizes?

Our Winner for The Biggest Loser Boot Camp Challenge Round #1 Blaine Meller Lost  45.8 lbs on the scale and 39.8 lbs of Fat

Hi Allan,

Twelve-weeks-ago, my wife Marsha and I began a journey, one that saw us participate and compete in The Biggest Loser Bootcamp Challenge here in Calgary. That journey has taken us through three months of getting up at 4:45 a.m., packing up our (now) 10-month-old son and coming to train five mornings a week. The same journey has also taught us the value of nutrition, meal timing, food choices and pushing ourselves to be better.

There’s an old cliché: It’s not about the journey; it’s about the destination. In my case, the destination is the journey and I would like to share my travels with you so far.

Twelve-weeks-ago, I was 287.4 pounds, in terrible shape with horrendous eating habits. I complained (a lot) about the way I look, and especially the way I felt, yet I had no clear direction on how to get to where I wanted to be. Beyond that, I wasn’t even sure where I actually wanted to be. I had been diagnosed with Type-2 diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol. I had trouble sleeping, suffered from sleep apnea and generally speaking, was not a very happy or positive person.

That was 12-weeks ago.

Since then, thanks to the coaching, information and encouragement I received though the Biggest Loser Bootcamp Challenge, I’ve lost almost 46 pounds and have drastically improved my fitness, my attitude, and my quality of life. But to fully understand where I am, I need to share a little about where I’ve come from.

About a year ago, my weight had ballooned to 306 pounds. I was largely inactive, with horrendous eating habits. I would not eat breakfast, eat way too much junk and fast food at lunch and throughout the afternoon, and close the day with a huge meal. I knew what I was doing was the cause of my weight and health issues, but I had no idea on how to change, and in some moments, I have to be brutally honest in saying I didn’t know if I even wanted to change. For a long time, even growing up, food was often my best friend.

I like to think I was active enough at times. I enjoy golfing, tennis and basketball, but when you are is in as bad of condition as I was, sometimes finding the energy, motivation or desire to get up off the couch is hard to come by. I enjoyed working out in the gym, lifting weights and seeing how strong I was, but rarely did I do any sort of cardiovascular training and my dies still consisted largely of junk and fast food and when I did eat well, the portions were way too large.

For anyone who was ever fought weight issues, they know it can be a life-long struggle, and in fact, losing weight is the hardest thing many people will ever have to do. I’m no exception to that. To me, being overweight is like being an alcoholic; even when I reach the weight I want to be, I will always be fat, because it could be so very easy to go back to the same bad habits and same lifestyle that got me here.

Having said that, however, I am NEVER going back to the “before” picture again. The first time I saw the “before” and “after” pictures, I got tears; it was that hard to look at. Now when I see pictures of me, current photos, I don’t see a fat, unhappy person who would make excuses for everything. Instead, I see a person who has greatly improved himself, not only from a physical standpoint, but from mental and emotional standpoints as well. I see a person who wants to keep improving and challenging himself physically, and I see a person who has the desire and motivation to be a better husband, father and person.

The Biggest Loser Bootcamp Challenge has taught me many things. It’s taught me the value of nutrition, what to eat, when to eat and how much to eat. It’s taught me to stay active and to push and challenge myself physically everyday, because at those moments when I think I can’t do it, it’s about proving I, in fact, CAN do it. It’s taught me not to quit, because there was a time just a few weeks into the challenge where I wanted to quit, and was fully prepared to walk away. Thanks to you and my wife, I kept on with it, and I’m glad I did.

Today, I am 241 pounds. I’ve lost nearly nine inches off my waist and 40 pounds of pure fat. But to me, The Biggest Loser Bootcamp Challenge is not about what I’ve lost; it’s about what I’ve gained. Through your guidance and encouragement, I’ve gained the skills to make sure I never go back to the “before” picture again. I’ve gained the knowledge to make proper choices regarding nutrition, exercise and how set, and more importantly, attain my goals. I’ve gained the realization that I can push past the limits of what I think I can’t do, because every day of the rest of my life is going to spent proving myself wrong. If I think I can’t, you better believe I WILL.

To anyone thinking of joining the Biggest Loser Bootcamp Challenge, I offer these words: DO IT. Losing weight is not a quick trip; it’s a journey that will take you places you may never have been, places of emotion and desire and hate and challenge, and yes, even fear sometimes. It’s not easy, I won’t lie about that. But with Allan’s expertise and direction and your own drive and desire, your journey to weight loss, health and happiness will take you wherever you want it to.

Happy travels.
Regards,

Blaine Meller
Ramco Sales Inc.
Calgary Parts Department.



JULY 21ST 2008
As part of our Biggest Loser BootCamp Challenge Marsha Blaines new Bride has lost almost 30lbs to date in less than 12 weeks
Our next Biggest Loser Boot Camp Challenge Starts Sept 8th 2008 Do You want to lose weight and win $5000 in
cash and prizes?
Our Winner for The Biggest Loser Boot Camp Challenge Round #1  Marsha Burnett Lost  35.2 lbs on the scale and 36 lbs of Fat


JULY 19TH 2008
As part of the $50,000 makeover contest Jennifer was in our Boot camp for 3 months. She
lost almost 25 lbs of body fat in that time . You can too.


 

 

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