At Outlaw Bootcamp McKinney, Mark uses his background in biomechanics and passion for health and fitness to help others achieve their personal fitness goals and improve the way they move, think, and feel. With a Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering from Texas A&M, he worked on the development of innovative spinal implants, knee replacement technologies, and wound healing therapies to help those facing physical limitations from injury or disease. Although this was very rewarding, Mark felt a strong desire to work more directly with people and realized through his research that many injuries and disease could be prevented by educating and training others on how to use exercise and nutrition effectively for their overall well-being.
Furthermore, after working long days in the corporate world for over 12 years while raising three kids, Mark understands that most people do not have time to learn and implement an effective exercise program without someone knowledgeable to encourage, motivate, and provide accountability for them. That is why Mark joined Jesse James in providing Outlaw Bootcamp and personal training in a safe and clean environment to deliver quick and effective workouts that are also challenging and enjoyable.
WHAT IS OUTLAW BOOTCAMP MCKINNEY?
What makes Outlaw Bootcamp McKinney unique is that we’ve taken a group training approach and applied it to the bootcamp industry. After more than 15 year of group fitness and personal training, we understand that one-on-one attention is key to your fitness success. Outlaw Bootcamp is a personalized experience in a group training environment. Every bootcamp class focuses on your fitness. We offer circuit-style training, functional training and multi-joint movements to utilize more muscle groups and burn more calories. And when all of it is put together in a 30-minute class, your bootcamp is also a cardiovascular training session. Outlaw Bootcamp offers a high-energy group environment in a fun and exciting atmosphere with upbeat music and motivating instructors.
Our bootcamps encompass more than seven modalities of training styles, all rolled into one 30-minute session. An Outlaw Bootcamp class may incorporate battle ropes, kickboxing, cable pulleys and suspension training, while another may use barbells, dumbbells, kettlebell, step aerobics, with some boxing thrown in. No matter the bootcamp, you can expect a well versed, always exciting workout that never gets dull and always pushes you to the next level.
There is only so much you can bring to an outdoor bootcamp held at a park or a parking lot. After a few months, workouts can become mundane and some people need to be pushed to go to the next level. The array of equipment offered in an Outlaw Bootcamp cannot be matched. You can lose weight and get toned no matter where you are in your fitness journey. Whether you want to lose 80-100 pounds, or you’re in great shape and want to add lean muscle, Outlaw Bootcamp is your answer