Doctor Using Blog To Evaluate New Jersey Boot Camp Fitness Classes

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Voorhees, NJ (PRWEB) June 11, 2012

Fitness Boot Camps in New Jersey are a popular exercise choice. However, according to Dr. Steve Young, Fitness Boot Camps may do more harm than good. Fitness Boot Camps incorporate higher-risk movements. These movements, when combined with an unregulated industry, can lead to an array of potential problems. Dr. Steve Young has spent most of his career studying the effectiveness of Fitness Boot Camps and has decided to post his free Boot Camp tips online and for the general public.

Media outlets and the public can log onto for detailed information on Dr. Youngs opinion, and documented research, related to Fitness Boot Camps. Dr. Youngs decision to provide his clients, residents of New Jersey, and the general public with free tips on Fitness Boot Camp classes is a direct result of his examination of the Personal Training industry.

Currently there are more than 174 different organizations world-wide offering 600+ different types of personal training and group fitness certifications. These certifications include Boot Camp courses. Because there is not licensure in any state and no regulation, anyone can take a weekend course and become a certified personal trainer, even one specializing in Boot Camp Fitness, says Dr. Young. This creates an entire profession of trainers, which is the driving reason behind my concern for the public. Boot Camp Classes involve multiple body parts moving in different directions and often at high speeds. If the consumer is not properly prepared for these movements, then injuries happen.

In addition to his Internet evaluation of Boot Camp Classes, which is published through his companys website, Dr. Steve Young is currently working on a revolutionary system that will eliminate any potential epidemic of long term, Boot Camp related injuries. Dr. Youngs system is intended to act as a tool to help identify the consumers exercise ability and coordination level. The goal is to help both the consumer and trainer recognize when an excise is being performed correctly. Dr. Steve Young has filed a patent for this system and plans to name it The Body Readiness Ranking System.

For more information on the budding dangers associated with group fitness classes, Boot Camp Fitness Classes, Body Solutions, Inc. , or Dr. Steven Young, please send a media request to the information noted within this release. Dr. Young is available to speak to members of the media and groups on a variety of health and fitness related issues.


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