One-on-One Fitness for a Healthier Life

One-on-One Fitness for a Healthier Life

by Jesse L. Leyva, Outlaw Fit Camp 940.497.6002

by Jesse J. Leyva, Owner of
Outlaw Bootcamp, Outlaw Fitcamp & Jesse James Fit •

To be successful at fitness and obtain a healthier lifestyle, setting goals is key. But it’s not always easy to meet those goals, especially alone. Large warehouse gyms can be overwhelming, and carving out even a 30-minute-workout from an already packed schedule can seem impossible. So how do you find success when making fitness goals? Try creating a support system.

For most ages or fitness levels, Outlaw Bootcamp is an excellent way to be challenged yet have fun while reaching your fitness goals. Each class is tailored around a muscle group including cardiovascular movements, resistance and suspension training, kettlebell and more — a hybrid of personal training in a group setting. Our instructors work alongside you for 30 minutes, ensuring proper form in a limited class size that feels like personal training. Bootcamp trainers understand your body mechanics and fitness levels to challenge or modify the workout for you while motivating you every step of the way.

For all the good intentions, fitness and exercise can understandably become overwhelming, but with the help of others, success is closer at hand and so are the results. Consider starting a program this winter for a healthier spring and summer. Outlaw Fit Camp offers group and individual training, plus 24-hour gym access, great for most ages and fitness levels, in an encouraging, fun environment where everyone benefits. For more information, visit

Bootcamp can be beneficial for:

Couples that work out together, stay together. Studies show that after participating in a physical challenge or activity, couples feel more satisfied with their relationships and more in love with their partner. Training together, couples understand each other’s goals, and can encourage each other throughout their fitness journeys.


Strength while aging: Exercise becomes ever more important as we age. In our later years, injuries are often the beginning of a downward spiral of poor health and quality of life. Exercise, on the other hand, improves strength and balance, and has even been found to increase or preserve bone mass, critical in preventing osteoporosis.


Fitness and health is just as important to teenagers, especially young athletes, as it is to adults. In young people, strength training can improve coordination, increase muscle endurance and improve sport performance. Aside from the physical health benefits, exercise can also help develop a better self-image and increase self-confidence. 

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