I hate it when I’m going through my week old emails only to realise I missed something like this so I wanted to send you an email updating you on what’s going on.
A few weeks ago I teamed up with the Melnicenko’s (UniqueBootcampWorkouts.com) with the idea of bringing you something to make you awesome. We wanted to create a bundle of manuals and resources that would really light a fire under you and get you excited and inspired.
About 36 ours ago we unleashed… The Mother-Ship.
(that’s what Leon started calling it and it just stuck)
Firstly, the feedback has been amazing! Here’s what people are emailing to us:
“Just want to say a huge massive thank you!! The bootcamp bundle is actually amazing and I cannot wait to try all the ideas on my bootcampers! Thank you thank you thank you!! I’ve only just started reading the first few pdf’s (30 day challenge) and it’s a great idea to get them moving on days they don’t see me! I’m sure I will love lots more as I keep reading haha 🙂
Very happy customer, Lorrena :)”
First of all, I am continually amazed at your generosity and business savvy. The way you operate in your business is such a testament to all you that you say to us in your training groups: to care authentically, offer a good product, and be as generous as possible, and it will come back to you.
Needless to say, I am super-stoked about my purchase of the bootcamp bundle.
Thanks again! Niki”
“I purchased the Mother Ship 24hrs ago and it’s looking like the best $99 I’ve ever spent.
Love Yer Work Lads, Sean McCrory”
One person who has been buying our stuff for ages sent this awesome photo of what her office looks like with all our books printed:
There was this response on Facebook:
We’re really happy we could put this on for you. But I’m also serious that on Saturday morning at 6am (PST) I’m going to shut it down and this bundle will be gone for ever.
I’ll send you another reminder tomorrow, but you should probably just get it now while you are thinking of it.
Kyle Wood created Bootcamp Ideas in 2010 when he was hunting around on the internet for workout ideas. He ran a successful bootcamp in Victoria, Australia and spends his spare time managing this site, adventuring (or lazying) with his wife and find new ways to make bootcamps even better.