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Boot Camp Exercises for Fatloss

Posted Mar 02 2010 12:45pm

It's bikini season and many people are turning to boot camp exercises to burn fat, get fit and look great at the beach or poolside.

Here are the 6 basic boot camp exercises that you can incorporate into your existing workouts plus the top 3 mistakes the most people make that prevents them from getting results from their bootcamp workouts.

There are 6 basic exercises that boot camp trainers include in their workouts to help clients blast fat, tone up, and look great including:

Pushups

Squats

Bodyweight Rows

Lunges

Planks

Cardio Intervals

The key to getting results from these 6 basic boot camp exercises is to progress to more challenging versions of each exercise as the weeks go by.  Sticking to the same exercises for weeks on end is the #1 mistake that stalls fatloss and fitness results.  To prevent plateaus be sure to learn more challenging versios of each exercise as your fitness levels improve.

Relying strictly on workouts to get results is the #2 mistake that people tend to make when using bootcamp workouts to burn fat and get fit.  As tempting as it may be to simply focus on more challenging workouts you also need to focus on cleaning up your diet if you want to get results.  Sticking to unprocessed foods and eating plenty of veggies, fruits, lean proteins and healthy fats is what most bootcamp trainers teach clients over a 4 week span.  Be sure to follow this bootcamp guideline if you're looking to reshape your body quickly.

Failing to follow a structured workout plan is the #3 mistake to avoid with bootcamp workouts or any workouts you're using for total body transformation.  "If you're walking into the gym and you're wondering what to do you've already failed" says fatloss expert Craig Ballantyne author of one of the most popular fatloss plans online.  Try to follow a structured plan for at least 4 weeks (preferably one that addresses progression discussed above).  

Learn more about boot camp exercises, exercise progression, and structured workouts at the free workouts blog.  

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