Overcoming A Victim Mindset

Is the glass half full, or is it half empty – it is all about perspective.

People with a victim mindset view themselves as a victim and in pain. Even if you’ve suffered at the hands of others or life has dealt you a blow you don’t have to feel like a victim and pity yourself. You can rise above events and refuse to submit to them.

Have you ever asked yourself: ”why does this always happen to me?”. Some people go through life asking questions like this and wonder why all these bad things keep happening to them. Being more positive would help.

What causes a victim mindset?

Things happen every day that can cause you to fall into a victim mindset. Let’s face it; bad things happen to everyone, that’s just how life is. Some people act as though each setback is a major drama and create stress and pain for themselves. Why? Well, you feel important when you convince yourself that you are hard done by and have huge problems. It satisfies your ego.

What you tell yourself is going to affect your mood, behaviour and happiness so negative self-talk is likely to help cause or prolong a victim mindset. If you are negative you cannot see reality and therefore your decisions will be based on wrong assumptions. More bad decisions lead to more pain and failure which will encourage you to believe that you are indeed a victim.

Do you believe in fate or do you think you are responsible for your life and what happens to you? The victim feels that he or she has been treated unfairly and is trapped. There seems to be no way out. In extreme cases the victim may even start to believe that he or she is being punished and deserves to be a victim.

What are the effects of a victim mindset?

When you see yourself as a victim you feel life is treating you unfairly. You may be angry as a result and blame everybody for your misfortune. You may feel you are being punished or even deserve to be a victim. Your self-esteem may be very low. You will suffer from negative thinking and might feel trapped.

What can you do about it?

  • Start building your self-esteem and confidence.
  • Stop being angry or feeling helpless and understand that you are responsible for your own life. Decide to do something about it and get help if you need it.
  • Question your negative thoughts, don’t believe them automatically.
  • Do whatever you can to be positive.
  • Stop being a victim and stand up for yourself.
  • You don’t have to be a victim, the only person who makes you feel like one is the same person who can free you – YOU!

Powerful Tips:

“If it’s never our fault, we can’t take responsibility for it. If we can’t take responsibility for it, we’ll always be its victim.” ~ Richard Bach

“Self-pity is easily the most destructive of the non-pharmaceutical narcotics; it is addictive, gives momentary pleasure and separates the victim from reality.” ~ John W. Gardner

One big problem a lot of people have is that they slip into thinking of themselves as victims that have little or no control over their lives. In this headspace you feel sorry for yourself, the world seems to be against you and you get stuck. Little to no action is taken and you get lost in a funk of sadness and self-pity.

So how can you move out of that mindset?

  1. Know the “benefits” of a victim mentality.

Here are a few “benefits” of the victim mentality:

  • Attention and validation. You can always get good feelings from other people as they are concerned about you and try to help you out. On the other hand, it may not last for that long as people get tired of it.
  • You don’t have to take risks. When you feel like a victim you tend to not take action and then you don’t have to risk for rejection or failure.
  • Don’t have to take the responsibility. Taking responsibility for you own life can be hard work, you have to make difficult decisions and it is hard sometimes. In the short term it can feel like the easier choice to not take personal responsibility.
  • It makes you feel right. When you feel like the victim and like everyone else – or just someone else – is wrong and you are right then that can lead to pleasurable feelings.

Just being aware of the “benefits” of victim thinking it should make it easier to say no to that and to choose to take a different path and make it easier to make rational decisions about what to do.

  1. Be OK with not being the victim.

To break out of a victim mentality you have to give up the “benefits” above. You may experience a kind of emptiness within when you let go of victim thinking. You may have spent hours each week thinking and talking about how wrong things have gone for you in life or how people have wronged you and how you could get some revenge or triumph over them.

Now you have to fill your life with new thinking that may feel uncomfortable because it is not as intimately familiar as the victim thinking you have been engaging in for years.

  1. Take responsibility for your life.

One of the main reasons people has self-esteem issues are because they don’t take responsibility for their lives. It is easier to blame someone else for the bad things that happen.

This damages many vital areas in your life like relationships, ambitions and achievements. Truth is the hurt will not stop until you wise up and take responsibility for your life. There is no way around it.

The difference is remarkable. Just try it. You will feel so much better about yourself even if you only take personal responsibility for your own life for a day. And I speak out of experience guys, been there done that.

This is also a way to stop relying on external validation like praise from other people to feel good about yourself. Instead you start building stability within and an inner spring that fuels your life with positive emotions no matter what other people say or do around you.

  1. Gratitude.

When you feel yourself slipping into a victim role, ask this question: “Does someone have it worse than me?”

The answer may not result in positive thoughts, but it can sure snap you out of the childish “poor, poor me” attitude pretty quickly. When you stop focusing on your issues and start focusing on someone or something else you realise that you have so much to be grateful for in life.

When you’ve changed your perspective ask yourself: “What is the hidden opportunity within this situation?” or “What lesson can I learn from this situation?”

  1. Forgive.

One of the best reasons to forgive can be found in this quote by Catherine Ponder:

“When you hold resentment toward another, you are bound to that person or condition by an emotional link that is stronger than steel. Forgiveness is the only way to dissolve that link and get free.”

As long as you don’t forgive someone you are linked to that person. Your thoughts will return to the person who wronged you and what s/he did over and over again. The emotional link between the two of you is so strong and inflicts much suffering in you and – as a result of your inner turmoil – most often in other people around you too.

When you forgive you do not only release the other person. You set yourself free too from all of that agony.

  1. Turn your focus outward and help someone out.

Another question you can use when you get into the victim headspace is simply: “How and to whom can I give value right now?”

This will shift your focus from victim to victor, even if you may not feel totally like doing it.

The way we behave and think towards others have a huge effect on how we behave and think towards ourselves. For example, judge people more and you tend to judge yourself more. Be more kind to other people and help them and you tend to be more kind and helpful to yourself. The more you love other people, the more your love yourself.

  1. Be nice to yourself.

Getting out of a victim mindset is not easy. Some days you will slip. That’s ok. Be ok with that. Be nice to yourself. Don’t allow one little slip to let you to spiral down into a very negative place for days.

It is more helpful to just give yourself a break and use the tips above to move yourself into a positive and empowered head space once again.

I trust that you have found this post insightful and helpful.

Till next time

Keep being the best version of you that you can possibly be!

Victim or Victor… Which one are you?

There are essentially two kinds of people in this world, those with a victim mentality and those with a victor mentality. Both interpret the world totally different based on their mindset. The victim views an obstacle as an unfair challenge and the victor view obstacles as an opportunity to conquer and win.

How you view yourself has nothing to do with the color of your skin, or the community in which you were raised, or how you grew up. Many people have overcome racism, poverty and parent issues to accomplish great things, and others in affluent settings become defeatist and full of self-loathing and failure. It is not the circumstances that determine which mindset you have, but it is how you view yourself and how you react to life that makes that determination.

We should never entertain a victim mindset. The world is full of people captivated by this mindset and it has resulted in millions of people enslaved and unable to realize their true potential, and lo and behold, we transfer this victim mindset to our children.

One of the biggest gifts you can give your children is the knowing that they are victors not victims. Teach them that everybody is going to have challenges in life but this is no excuse to cower in a corner and feel sorry for yourself. Teach them that as you get older, if you don’t help yourself nobody else can help you.

They have to be the head and not the tail, be above and not beneath, use their creativity to become entrepreneurial, and be leaders and not followers of group think. Millions are caught up in a victim mentality because they are ignorantly following the “group think” of their peers, the media, their political party or their culture.

It is mostly attitudes and not circumstances that define people.

Contrasting the victim and victorious mindset:

  • The victim believes the world is against them / the victor believes the world needs them.
  • The victim sees a challenge as an obstacle / the victor sees the obstacle as an opportunity.
  • The victim blames others for their failure / the victor takes personal responsibility for success or failure.
  • The victim depends on handouts from others to succeed / the victor makes do with what they already have to succeed and builds on it.
  • The victim is never satisfied and always looking for something more / the victor is grateful for what they already have and build upon that for more in life.
  • The victim feels like everybody owes them something / the victor believe nobody owes them anything.
  • The victim lives off other people / the victor lives to bless other people.
  • The victim will end his days bitter / the victor will end his days happy and satisfied.
  • The victim only sees closed doors / the victor only sees open doors.
  • The victim spreads a negative attitude to others / the victor spreads a positive attitude.
  • The victim is pessimistic / the victor is optimistic.
  • The victim gives up quickly if they don’t succeed / the victor doesn’t quit until they succeed in spite of the odds.
  • The victim has few real friends / the victor empowers and makes many friends.
  • The victim repels people / the victor attracts people.
  • The victim is always fighting for “their rights”/ the victor lives to champion the rights of others.
  • The victim has a critical spirit and is judgmental of others / the victor blesses others.
  • The victim imagines people are against him / the victor imagines people are for him.
  • The victim plays on the emotions of others / the victor releases the passion of others.
  • The victim uses people for what they can get from them / the victor is a catalyst to inspire people to flourish.
  • The victim looks for someone else to blame / the victor takes responsibility when things go wrong.
  • The victim sees the future as a dark and scary place / the victor look ahead with optimism and hope.
  • The victim sees talented people as potential threats / the victor see talented people as potential team-mates.
  • The victim thinks that life would be better if only everyone else would develop and grow / the victor is aware of their need to continue to develop and grow.
  • The victim worries about the future / the victor plan for the future.
  • The victim goes wherever the currents take them / the victor paddle their boat where they want it to go.
  • The victim follows the path of least resistance / the victor regularly does the hard things.
  • The victim can’t imagine being anything else and feel trapped / the victor can’t imagine being anything else and feel free.

Victor or victim.

Which one are you?

It is your choice!

Remember guys, it is your ATTITUDE and not your APTITUDE that determines your ALTITUDE!

In the next blog post we will explore how you can overcome a victim mentality.

The Big Sugar Shock

Do you know how much sugar your child eats? Chances are it’s a lot more than you think.

No mom in her right mind would pack her child’s lunch box with nothing but four Tinkies. You probably stick with the classics: maybe peanut butter and jam on whole wheat bread, an apple and a fruit juice. Protein-rich peanut butter, fruit, and fiber-filled bread – that’s perfect, right?

Wrong! Sure, your child would get some nutrients, but she’d also get a whopping 76 grams of sugar. That’s 16 teaspoons of sugar – even more than what’s in those four Tinkies. Shocking, right?

While shockingly there are no specific sugar-consumption recommendations for kids, it is recommended that adults shouldn’t eat more than 40 grams of added sugar per day. Yet your child will eat twice the adult recommendation in this one meal. And you haven’t factored in the sugar on her morning cereal, the cool drink she’ll have after school, and the cookies she’ll munch on after supper.

Most parents have no idea how much sugar their kids eat. So much is added to even “healthy foods” that your child could eat what looks like a pretty balanced diet that’s still full of added sugar.

It’s no new news that sugar is bad for kids. What is eye-opening is just how unhealthy it is – and how much of it children eat despite the health warnings. The average kid under 12 consumes more than 22kg of sugar per year. Even scarier is that a twenty- or thirty something adult’s intake is actually lower (around 19kg). That means your child is gobbling up more sugar than you are, even though her body may be less than half the size of yours.

Babies are born with a preference for bland food and tastes. But because so many foods marketed to kids are super sweet, children may struggle to accept other flavors, such as the taste of many green veggies. “Sugar overload may prevent their taste buds from maturing,” says David Ludwig, MD, Parents adviser and director of the Optimal Weight for Life Program at Children’s Hospital Boston. “Kids won’t develop the ability to appreciate, let alone eat, a variety of foods.”

The result? Sweet foods eventually completely replace healthier food from your child’s diet. Pennsylvania State University researchers found that the more added sugar children had in their diets, the less likely they were to eat vegetables, fruits, and dairy. “It’s basically a state of malnutrition,” says Dr. Ludwig. “Kids eat too many calories but not enough nutrients.”

The effects of sugar overload may not seem obvious now, but it will hurt your child’s health later in life. “Eating too much of it can make kids gain weight, which then puts them at greater risk for diabetes, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol – three major contributors to heart disease,” says Dr. Shu.

Today, one in three children are too heavy. As a result, these “adult” conditions strike earlier than ever. For example, less than 5 percent of kids diagnosed with diabetes in 1994 had type 2 (formerly called “adult-onset” diabetes). Today, it’s 30 to 50 percent. “When these problems develop at school instead of middle age, the advanced stage of heart disease tends to occur earlier too,” says Francine Kaufman, director of the Comprehensive Childhood Diabetes Center at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. “That means a child with high blood pressure could have a heart attack at 35.”

Help Control Your Kids’ Sweet Tooth

  • Don’t be fooled by food labels. On the nutrition label, sugar is measured in grams – which isn’t easy to visualize. Keep in mind that four grams is about one teaspoon.
  • Pay attention to “natural” sweeteners like strawberry purees and concentrates. They’re just processed sugar by another name.
  • Think small. When you do dish out a dessert like ice cream, put it in teacups, not soup bowls.
  • Teach kids to be choosy. Let children have a treat, but only one every now and then. You need to put sweets back in the proper place in your child’s diet, as a special treat once in a while.
  • Avoid processed foods. The more control you have over what your child eats the better. Fresh is always better as you can flavour the food without adding all that sugar.
  • Look beyond the usual suspects. Added sugar often pops up in seemingly healthy foods, like low-fat products. Low-fat yoghurt can have eight grams of added sugar – way more than a double cream plain one. Compare brands to find the lowest amount.
  • Skip the cool drinks. Ditch the liquid sugar by helping your kids make their own cool drinks. Get a bottle of sparkling water and infuse with mint leaves, slices of fruit, etc. It will have all the flavour with no added sugar.

When kids want something sweet, it’s better to offer them something natural like berries and double cream yoghurt. You can even turn these into lollies, or ad a bit of Xylitol and cocoa and make a chocolate mousse.

Remember: The more processed an item is, the more likely it contains added sugar, so make it fresh yourself and have the peace of mind that comes with knowing what is in the food you give to your children.

What about artificial sweeteners?

So your child is nuts for sugar – but you’re not crazy about all those calories and cavities. Are sugar substitutes the answer? There is really no good reason to give them artificially sweetened foods and drinks. It’s smarter to avoid serving unhealthy, processed foods, and then allow for occasional portions of real sugar.

If you really want to use a sugar substitute, think about using a little bit of Xylitol or Stevia, but use in very moderate quantities.

Sweet Makeover Ideas

Instead of: Flavored yogurt

Try: Plain yogurt with mix-ins. Add berries and / or nuts.

Instead of: Canned fruit

Try: Chopping up the fresh fruit especially berries.

Instead of: Sweetened salad dressings

Try: Olive oil and balsamic vinegar.

Instead of: Sauces and marinades

Try: A dry spice rub the next time you prep meat for the braai. Sauces and marinades can have up to 8 grams of sugar per tablespoon!

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Nutrition; Fat Loss & Health Tips


Eat IN not out.  People who eat out tend to eat less healthy food and weigh more than people who eat at home.  To save money and kilograms, stop eating out (this goes for take-aways as well) and see how much you save on your budget and your waistline.  Don’t use the excuse of no time; just plan your meals ahead of time.  You will be more inclined to eat in moderation if you have thought out healthy meals in advance.

Try new foods.  Healthy doesn’t mean boring when it comes to food.  Treat yourself to new cookbooks and experiment with recipes that will make healthy eating a pleasure.  Try cooking something new and exciting every week.  Involve your family and friends in your healthy eating, start a club, a different person can contribute a new recipe every week.

Drink more water.  You can easily reduce your daily calorie intake by replacing sugary carbonated drinks, alcohol, fruit juices and even coffee with water.  Thirst can also be confused with hunger, so by drinking more water you may avoid consuming extra calories, plus it will help you break down food more easily.  The best beverage to accompany any meal is water.  Even pure fruit juice is loaded with sugar, calorie dense but with limited nutritional value.

Say good-bye to ALL refined; processed & sugary foods.  Products like white bread, pastas, cookies and cakes cause most people to over secrete the hormone insulin, your fat storing hormone.  In short, excess insulin = excess fat.  All processed and refined foods will add loads of calories but no significant nutrition, so even though you’ve had “food”, you haven’t FED your body.  Be careful of beverages as well, as a can of cool drink typically contains between 12 & 16 teaspoons of sugar.  Drinking just 1 can of cool drink can add over 300 calories to your daily intake without supplying any nutrients!  That is the equivalent of a light meal!

 Change up your fitness routine.  Regular exercise is vital to stay healthy and fit and to stop weight gain.  Change your routine regularly to challenge your body, which will help you shed those unwanted kilograms.

Get enough sleep!  Adequate sleep is vital to good health.  By skipping sleep, you’re not just making yourself more tired, you’re also increasing your risk of weight gain.  When you are tired, you are more likely to reach for quick sources of energy (think sugar and other refined carbs) and to make unhealthy eating decisions.

Build muscle.  One reason metabolism slows as you age is decreased muscle mass due to inactivity.  Fight back by being active.  The more muscle you have, the more calories your body will burn both during exercising and throughout the day.

Write it down.  Studies have shown that people who write down what they eat and when they eat are more likely to have success at losing unwanted fat.  It is also an easy way to track what foods you are eating.  Many of us don’t realize what we eat during the day so writing it down is one way to monitor what we are munching on.

Don’t have unrealistic expectations.  Many of us try to lose weight too quickly, we want to undo in weeks that which took years to happen. Trying to drop an unrealistic amount of weight in a short time is a recipe for disaster.  Take your time and recognize that losing weight is about making significant changes in how you think about food and exercise.

Learn to control stress.  There is a direct link between stress and belly fat. Heightened cortisol levels in blood resulting from stress seem to react with the body’s insulin to create visceral abdominal fat and, in a double whammy, to also drive us toward sugary foods.

Think lifestyle change, not short-term diet.  Permanent weight loss is not something that a “quick-fix” diet can achieve.  Instead, think about weight loss as a permanent lifestyle change, a commitment to your health and wellness for life.  Permanent healthy changes in your lifestyle and food choices are what will work in the long run.

Put a stop to emotional eating.  We don’t always eat simply to satisfy hunger.  If we did, no one would be overweight.  All too often, we turn to food for comfort and stress relief.  When this happens, we frequently pack on kilograms.  Don’t underestimate the importance of putting a stop to emotional eating.  Learning to recognize the emotional triggers that lead you to overeat and respond with healthier choices can make all the difference in your weight loss efforts.

Take charge of your food environment.  Your weight loss efforts will succeed or fail based largely on your food environment.  Set yourself up for success by taking charge of your food environment; when you eat, how much you eat and what foods are available.  Don’t keep “bad stuff” in your cupboards and fridge… It is just too tempting to indulge.

Turn off the television.  Watching less TV gives you more time to be active and less time to be enticed by junk food.  Take the TV out of your bedroom, and make sure it’s off during meals.

Eat fat.  Healthy fats such as olives, salmon, coconut oil, butter, cream, avocados and nuts help you feel satisfied.

Skip the starters & the desert.  When at a restaurant, ask them to remove the bread, etc. from your table, also don’t order a starter or a desert.  Rather have a good cappuccino with cream after your meal.   If it’s not on your table, you won’t be tempted.

Take a brisk walk before lunch and / or supper.  Not only will you get some exercise, you’ll be less likely to choose something unhealthy after a little movement.

Never eat any snack food out of the box, carton, or bag it came in.  You’re less likely to overeat if you separate snacks into appropriate fist-sized servings, this way you will eat the right serving size as we tend to empty the box or bag irrespective of the size of the box or bag.

Track your success.  People who regularly weigh themselves and keep track of their progress are more likely to lose weight.

Eat seasonally.  When you eat calorie-friendly vegetables that are in season, they tend to taste better and you’re more likely to enjoy them.

Get your dose of fishy oils.  The omega-3 fatty acids in salmon may dial up your body’s ability to burn fat, especially if you add some exercise.

Make your wardrobe match your goals.  As you lose weight donate the clothes that have become too big for you as an incentive to stay on track.

Avocados can be your secret weight loss partners.  They’re high in fiber and healthy fats, so eat up!


Article by Sharon Jessop, Outdoor Fitness Training Expert & Owner of Boot Camp Academy SA

Love Your Heart

We all know that exercising and eating healthy is good for our heart health right?  But sometimes life just gets in the way, and we make excuses, I am too tired, it is too late now, I’ll do it tomorrow, I have no time…  Sound familiar?  Although it is far too easy to use any excuse to opt out of exercising, here are a few scary facts and some practical tips to get you going.

Over the past 4 decades, numerous scientific reports have looked at the relationship between physical activity, physical fitness, and cardiovascular health.  Expert panels, convened by organizations such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), and the American Heart Association (AHA), along with the 1996 US Surgeon General’s Report on Physical Activity and Health, reinforced scientific evidence linking regular physical activity to improved cardiovascular health.  These studies have concluded that more active or fit individuals tend to develop less coronary heart disease (CHD) than their sedentary counterparts.  And if CHD develops in active or fit individuals, it occurs at a later age and tends to be less severe.

As many as 250 000 deaths per year in the United States are attributable to a lack of regular physical activity, and the numbers are probably as high if not higher for South Africans.  In addition, studies that followed large groups of individuals for many years have documented the protective effects of physical activity for a number of non-cardiovascular chronic diseases (lifestyle diseases), such as diabetes, hypertension, osteoporosis, and colon cancer.  In contrast, we see a higher rate of cardiovascular events and a higher death rate in those individuals with low levels of physical fitness.

And it is never too late, even midlife increases in physical activity, whether through change in occupation or recreational / sporting activities, are associated with a decrease in mortality.  Despite this evidence, however, the vast majority of people still remain effectively sedentary; less than one-third of South Africans meet the minimal recommendations for physical activity as recommended by experts.


Here’s how to embed heart health into your daily lifestyle:

  1. Firstly ask yourself, “Is my life not worth investing 30 minutes to an hour a day in my physical activity?”
  1. Start slow, pace yourself, maintain, sustain. This applies to nutrition, fitness and all other lifestyle changes.
  1. Set a goal of 10 minutes a day of physical activity. Slowly work up to 150 minutes a week; i.e. 30 minutes per day, 5 days per week. Consistency is the key people – rather do a little bit 5 days per week as opposed to lots of physical activity once per month.  Our bodies respond to consistency!
  1. Remember, exercise does not only mean hitting the gym – it can also be parking your car further away from the entrance to your workplace or the supermarket; climbing stairs rather than taking the elevator; or moving every 30 minutes from a sitting position.
  1. Plan and batch-cook meals for the week. Freezing cooked meals ensures you have healthy nutrition choices and frees up time for movement and exercise.
  1. Address your stress. Take inventory of what causes you stress, examine what changes can be made, tweak your stress management and coping techniques, and ask for help. You don’t have to do it alone.
  1. Combine movement with other activities you enjoy. For example, move the treadmill in front of your television. Listen to music on your daily walk.  If playing a sport trumps aerobics classes, do that instead.  Find an activity that you will fall in love with and stick with it.
  1. Reach out to friends or neighbours and exercise together. It is fun and helps support accountability.
  1. Diarise your daily exercise in your calendar. Once this time is blocked off and in writing, nothing should change it.
  1. Sleep more, not less. Seven to nine hours is recommended for adults. No excuses.

Now you need to take these tips and APPLY it to your life – make sure exercise is fun, get the whole family involved and NEVER make excuses!

Here’s to your heart health!!!

Article by Sharon Jessop; Outdoor Fitness Training Expert & Owner of Boot Camp Academy SA

Fit Families Have More Fun Together!

Family-RunningSummer is on its way and we all want to shape up; get fit; look good and feel great!  What better way to achieve this than training with your family?

Let’s have a look at the benefits are you can expect from boot camp fitness training.  Firstly, boot camp training is for everyone.  Persons of all ages and all fitness levels can join in the fun.  This is one of the main reasons why boot camp training is so popular and ideal for families to enjoy together.  It builds strength and endurance, and gives you a metabolic boost of note; this is great news if you need to shed some unwanted winter “fluff”, especially around the waistline.  Boot camp training is mainly done using your own body weight, thus minimum equipment is required which makes it both cost effective and safe for all ages and abilities.  Due to the wide range of exercises used for boot camp training one is seldom bored as you might be with more traditional types of training.  Not one single day needs to be the same; we always aim for interesting and boredom busting workouts.

There are no treadmills or bicycles going nowhere and no complicated equipment that will confuse you.  You will use
your body the way nature intended it to be used; this means reduced risk of 3304injuries.  As some of the exercises involve working in pairs or groups, it creates a sense of camaraderie which is great for some family bonding time.  All members of your family will gain self-confidence as they master the exercises, self-discipline is instilled as the family will train together even when you might not feel like training; concentration levels will improve; immune systems will get stronger; you will be more healthy as a family physically, emotionally and intellectually; and your family bond will get stronger as you continue training together as a family.

Always remember that families who play together stay together!

Why not make use of our special family packages today!  Click here to inquire about pricing.

Article by Sharon Jessop; Outdoor Fitness Training Expert & Owner of Boot Camp Academy SA

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