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Local Business Spotlight: Great Valley Adventure Boot Camp

Great Valley Adventure Boot Camp is a four-week, one-hour a day, comprehensive indoor/outdoor fitness program encompassing exercise instruction, nutrition education, and team building. The Adventure Boot Camp program is designed to produce fast results in a fun, safe, and inspiring atmosphere! The program consists of a series of one-hour fitness and motivational sessions packed with fun and energizing activities designed to help you reach your fitness goals. Whether you want to lose weight for the beach, shed the extra layer from the winter or just get fit before that special occasion, this is the program for you!

People of all fitness levels, sizes and ages are gaining great results with Adventure Boot Camp! You can too! Are you looking for a jump-start to your fitness program? Then this adventure is for you! Whether you are a beginner, an avid fitness enthusiast or just tired of the same routine come try this whole new approach to exercise...fun!

This exclusive fitness program, developed by fitness expert Dr. John Spencer Ellis, has proven successful across the nation and internationally. Great Valley Adventure Boot Camp owners Jennifer and Mike Brango, each certified personal trainers, are proud to bring the only Nationally Accredited Adventure Boot Camp™ program to Chester County as Great Valley Adventure Boot Camp. Jennifer and Michael Brango are trainers who are utilizing there personal experiences and journey to help others achieve results. We are not perfect but have learned many of our skills through experience. We have experienced the battle of the bulge, life changing and affirming decisions, development of mental clarity, as well as many other life changing events which have helped us change our life goals to incorporate helping you through these difficult processes.

When you workout with Great Valley Adventure Boot Camp, you get all the benefits of working with a personal trainer without the high cost. Are you thinking you can't afford it? Let's do the math for a minute. If you were to hire a personal trainer on your own, you could pay $75 or more per session. To get the same kind of boot camp workout we offer with a private personal trainer you end up paying as much as $1500 per month elsewhere. Who has that kind of money? You won't pay anywhere near that much money with Adventure Boot Camp. At just $279 per 4 weeks (20 Sessions), it's just a fraction of what a personal trainer costs. You get all the same benefits of working one-on-one with a personal trainer, but without the astronomical price tag. Plus, Adventure Boot Camp is FUN and will most likely be the best hour of your day.

Great Valley Adventure Boot Camp is part of a international network of fitness, lifestyle and business experts who hail from many different backgrounds. We have been taught by some of the best minds in fitness, mind development, nutrition, and business. We implemented a whole food nutritional program that greatly improves the health of children through adults. We have also partnered with many of our personal mentors to bring you the best information available to help you have a better more productive life. These programs are very effective, and continue to be a part of our team's routine to this day.

We knew that only training people on their physical fitness would not have a major impact on lives that we desire, so, we have taken on the responsibility to educate and train more than just the body. The only way to really make a positive difference in people's lives is to offer a well rounded program that incorporates the physical change along with changes to mental well-being that are necessary to reach one's full potential. We are all great, it just takes some effort to find out how to leave your mark on this world.

You can find out more about Great Valley Adventure Boot Camp by visiting www.GreatValleyBootCamp.com.

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