Advanced Boot Camp 7am-8am 6pm-7pm (No Fri evening class)
Advanced Boot Camp Class 6am-7am
Beginner Boot Camp Class 7am-8am
Bully Prevention Class These kids are awesome!! Personal self defense for teens.
Haveyou ever tried a popular diet or weight loss pill that you've seen on television or that was suggested by a friend, lost the weight that you wanted only to gain it back plus ten pounds in the end? Commercials on television that make crazy statements such as "eat all the food you want and still lose 20 pounds in a week" is just unheard of in real life. Will a person lose weight on these diets or by taking diet pills? Maybe. But the problem arises when people attempt to maintain what they have lost. If people do not have the discipline to lose the weight through exercise and proper eating, how do they expect to have the discipline to do the things necessary to keep the weight off?
Our society has gotten away from good old fashion mind set of "Hard Work" if you would and we have become spoiled by getting things "Right Now" with little or no effort. For example, technology has given us the power to have things right when we want it. If we want to buy something, we don't have to get up and walk around a mall or store to find what we want to buy, we just get "on line" and order it from the comforts of our own home. If we want to entertain our children we don't have to take them to the park to play we can just buy them a video game and that will keep them entertained for hours. The television has become a universal baby sitter which keeps us dull minded and out of shape. This type of mind set has contributed to our poor health. Why get up and exercise to lose weight and stay fit when I can just take this pill? Exercise takes too much effort. This diet I am on says I can eat whatever I want and still lose weight, why do I need to read labels and be responsible for what I put into my mouth?
Staying healthy and being fit is a Life Style. People need to train their minds to do the things necessary on a daily basis to achieve their fitness goals. Once you strengthen your mind it becomes difficult to put those empty calories into your mouth. It becomes difficult to miss that workout you have become accustomed to doing three to four times a week. Your body starts to crave the work you have been putting it through to stay healthy. Our bodies were designed to move. Our minds will quit long before our bodies will. If we tell ourselves it can't be done, then it won't be. If we say its too hard, it will never get easier. Just accept the fact that its going to be difficult and push through it, then it doesnt seem that bad once its done. Develope a strong mind and you will develope a strong body. Live strong mentally be strong physically. -Strong Mind, Strong Body-
Why do we fail at our fitness goals?
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If you have never worked out before or you are an elite athlete that wants to take your fitness to another level, we have what you need!! Schedule a free consultation with one of our trainers and you will see why UCT Direct stands out above the rest! We are NOT a big corporation gym. We know all of our members by first name. If you want a great workout in a family friendly environment come join our team at UCT Direct!!
Our fitness programs have been proven successful all over the world and we continue to improve them through continuing education. Come join us for a workout. We hope to see you there. We are located at 1801 Commercial N.E. See what class times work best for you. Individual personal training sessions are by appointment only.
We offer different types of classes such as:
-Bootcamp Fitness Training -Personal Self Defense -Strength and Conditioning -Yoga -Sports Specific Training
Law Enforcement We offer specific law enforcement classes such as
Defensive Tactics for the Undercover Officer (NMDPS Certified) Hotel/Motel drug interdiction (NMDPS Certified) Knock and Talk Investigations and Consent Encounters Select LE classes are certified and accredited through the Department of Public Safety.