Hey Las Vegas! You guys ready to start another fun filled fitness camp with your, yeah, your favorite personal trainer? I know I am excited about it. If you told me you are signing up for camp, and you haven’t yet, shame on you. It happens every time i run these fitness camps. 25 people will say, “Tony, I can’t wait to do your next fitness camp!” and those same 25 people are the ones I will see six weeks later, five or ten pounds fatter, and I’ll see them doing their sweet treadmill workout. Then they’ll say, “Oh yeah, I really meant to join up. Just had too much stuff going on, wasn’t working with my schedule, my cat died, I lost my job, I heard it’s hard, and i don’t want to be the least in shape person there.” OH MY GOD! I think the real reason I have a problem with these people, is not because they aren’t doing my fitness camp, but because they are lying to themselves. They don’t want to put in the work, and they just are scared. The treadmill is comfortable to them. They think that’s plenty of exercise. They think if people see them at they gym, they are doing their job. You don’t make progress by doing the same thing over and over again. If that was the case, 90% of the people in gyms would look like greek gods, while the 10% who know what they are doing, would look like slobs. My point here is this. If you don’t try new things, why would your body change? Come to fitness camp. And if you only take one thing away from it, that’ll be something you can try, when that treadmill seems just a bit boring one of those days.