I enlisted in Beastanetics in an effort to revamp my life. I’m not a gym rat or someone that loves to work out, so this was a challenge. I was nervous at first, worried that there would be military-style screaming and a drill sergeant pressing his boot in my back while I did push ups, but that was not so.
I have met lovely, fun, amazing people who are supportive and committed to giving well-rounded and intense physical training for people of all levels. In the same class are marathon runners (I am not) but I can keep up and I feel the program is fair to everyone.
There is a strong sense of community too! You’ll get email updates of what the other students are up to.
I think worlds of this program and am looking forward to continuing it.
Beastanetics Boot Camp might not be the right name for this. I’d call it “The Amazing Workout with Great People run by Lovely Folks” but I guess that doesn’t roll off the tongue.
This type of workout is perfect for me. When I work out alone I tend to call it a day the second I get tired. And the idea of getting a trainer just sounds unnecessary. I want someone to tell me what to do, and how long to do it for and I want to be suffering with at least 5 other people.
One thing the folks behind Beastanetics do better than any other boot camp I’ve been to, is create a wonderful community vibe. They put a big effort into making it very social and that goes way beyond the workouts.
They really put together a great way to stay fit and meet new people.
After a horrifically long date with peanut butter cup ice cream and cat lady-esque isolation, I finally bit the bullet and signed up for Beastenatics on a whim. Cracking the High Intensity Interval Training secret code was intriguing enough for me. Who cares how much I sucked in my gym-bunny outfit — at least I got my butt there every session. And it worked. I can for-sure glide into my favorite jeans! I’m addicted to endorphins in the morning, which is a feat in and of itself! And I like the people that I work out with. If there were a language to Beastanetics, it would start with morning chirps, slight growls upon the discovery of the insanity of the workout, progressively grueling grunts, gasps for air, and then satisfied purrs when it’s all over. Because Beastanetics is all about narrowly escaping the saber-toothed tiger and making awesome friends in the treehouse.