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Get Fit Fast This Holiday

November 29, 2005--Posted at 9:00 a.m. CST

JONESBORO, AR-- Are you worried about piling on pounds this holiday season? Every year it seems like you fight the battle between Grandma's sweet potato pie and the fried turkeys.

But this year, things could be different. Cornelius Love, with the Fitness Bootcamp here in Jonesboro, says he can whip you into shape so you don't have to worry about any extra pounds from the holiday feasts.

When you sign up for the bootcamp, you enter into sessions. Each session lasts 6-8 weeks and each week you get more advanced. Cornelius says everyone moves at their own pace, and if you are ready for more difficult moves, you'll know.

With Cornelius' energy and enthusiasm, it's easy to stay motivated and keep moving.

One of his students Dee, says after having three kids, she needed to find a way to get moving and lose some weight. After four sessions she has lost 27 pounds, and says that as long as the Bootcamp is going, she'll be there.

Those in the class described it as comfortable and easy to get involved in. Although Cornelius is always smiling and upbeat, he isn't afraid to tell you what you are doing wrong, or if you need improvement.

"Exercises should be done right, and if you're not doing it the correct way, it won't help you. I want everyone to get the best results they can. You really get what you put into it."

There are 4 classes a day, the first starts at 5:15 a.m., and then one at 6:15, Noon, and 6 p.m. All classes have open spots for anyone who wants to join.

So get up and get fit fast, the Fitness Bootcamp is waiting.

If you would like to contact Cornelius for more information, you can visit the Cheers Unlimited at 2905 Caprice Parkway here in Jonesboro, or you can call 870-897-9278.

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