Ace Boot Camp Trainer Shares Tips for a Healthy Life

Sydney, Australia (PressExposure) May 01, 2011 -- Dan Clay, weight loss specialist and fitness expert announces the opening of his Dangerously Fit (http://bootcampsydney.com.au/) fitness program in Cronulla. Boot camp Cronulla program focuses on customized techniques to enable clients achieve their personal fitness goals. Parents looking for a safe fitness program for their kids; health-conscious women and individuals keen on a program that focuses on long-term results rather overnight success, will find boot camp Cronulla ideal, asserts Clay

The name Dangerously Fit is not unfamiliar for those enthusiastic about health and fitness in many regions of Sydney. Dangerously Fit fitness program has been helping Sydney people get back into shape and stay in good health, for over nine years now. Dan Clay, the man behind this leading boot camp program, is all set to make Cronulla healthy and active.

Sharing tips on leading a healthy life on the occasion, Clay stressed on the impact of bad habits such as smoking and excessive drinking on health, and the need for staying physically active. Fatalities resulting from smoking amount to 440,000 annually in America (See Reference 1). Individuals can decrease their risk of heart diseases and cancers of lung, throat and mouth enormously by staying away from tobacco products.

Excessive alcohol can result in a dysfunctional liver and can increase the incidence of cancers of the liver and throat. Incidents of murders, suicides and accidents resulting from inebriated conditions are not unknown. Bad food habits can lead to obesity. It can be hard to break these habits. Boot camp Cronulla addresses this need of clients to stay away from unhealthy habits. The program puts such clients on a customized exercise and diet plan. Qualified instructors guide and motivate clients to stick to the plan. Instructors ensure that clients do not revert to their old ways.

There is no substitute to regular exercise and physical activity, to stay healthy and energetic. Regular exercise for about four to six times in a week for about half to one hour can lower the risk of heart ailments, diabetes, abnormal blood pressure and high cholesterol. While fitness enthusiasts are naturally motivated about doing exercises, it is people who want to be fit but are averse to exercise that find adhering to a regime, hard. Boot camp Cronulla makes the program interesting for such individuals by removing the predictability and boredom inherent to traditional personal training programs, says Clay.

Boot camp Cronulla program features exercises that give results and are applicable to real life challenges. Exercises focus on building physical endurance and losing weight. Simple equipment such as sandbags, dumbbells, circuits and sprints are used for exercising. Participants can derive results without paying exorbitant fees as seen in gym memberships, points out Clay.

About Dangerously Fit

Members of boot camp Cronulla have access to all classes across all Sydney locations. So, participants don't miss any fitness session. Flexible packages are available to subscribe and canceling the subscription is as simple as sending a mail, explains Clay. Those interested to know more about the boot camp Cronulla program can find information on Dan's Dangerously Fit website http://bootcampsydney.com.au/boot-camp-cronulla.html.

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Press Release Submitted On: May 01, 2011 at 8:06 pm
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