Well the last day of boot camp was one I will never forget. Not only did I finish what I set out to do, I had some great results to boot. (get it? Boot? Boot camp. sigh).
Seriously folks, as experiences go, boot camp ranked way up there on the greatness scale. I was pushed so far out of my comfort zone, that I doubted myself for the entire first two weeks that I could even finish. Unfortunately, part of that came true. On the final week, I injured my foot and could not participate that week until the last day and running was out of the question. I was able to, however, participate in the strength part of the PT test.
As you can see by my numbers below, I have made some great improvements. I was able to accomplish this not only because of the wonderful folks at boot camp, but because I did it! I showed up! I did the work! No matter how many times I wanted too, I didn’t give up. I had faith in myself. Trust me, I have been trying to do this on my own practically my entire life. This is the first time that I actually felt that I was going to be able to accomplish my goals. Because of the help and encouragement from my boot camp instructors, my fellow campers, and my determination, I wasn’t set up to do anything but win. Even if I couldn’t do everything at the end, I accomplished a lot more than I ever expected I would.
I finished with new sense of pride and self respect. I have met some wonderful people and have made some great new friends. I am eagerly waiting what the next boot camp holds for me. Yes, I’m signing up again.
I was going to post my measurements on this post, but I left the numbers at home. I guess you’ll have to check back to get those results later.
Here are my results below:
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