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Death Cab for Cutie — Sgt. Tony Ludlow’s Newsletter for 12/30/2011

Dec. 30th 2011

“It was character that got us out of bed, commitment that moved us into action and discipline that enabled us to follow through.”

– Zig Ziglar: American author, salesperson, and motivational speaker

This is a good thing to think about this time of year.

But it’s an even better thing to put into action.

The three keys to success are simple: Character, Commitment, and Discipline.

Of course Zig isn’t the first to put these attributes together. The core values of the Marine Corps (you KNEW this was coming) are Honor, Courage, and Commitment.

All of these things are similar in nature.
But they’re just words.
Just words.

Honor, Courage, Commitment …

Character, Discipline, Loyalty …

Heroism, Valor, Determination.

Those words were painted on the walls, the stanchions, and the common areas of the barracks I was assigned to as a Marine recruit. I had hardly even known such words before that. They became the catechism of my conversion.
They’re words.
Just words.

The point at which you put words into action is the point at which your life changes. It’s the point where you take control of your life. It’s the point where you take your life to a new dimension, paint with a new palette, journey in a new direction. Make changes that set the tone for the rest of the year, maybe even the rest of your life.

2012 can be a year of greatness and accomplishment. Greatness and accomplishment defined by you. Your definition of what it means to be successful. Your definition of what it means to be you. Success on your terms. You on your terms.

Have you written — or are you writing — goals and resolutions for this new year? Have you at least thought about it?

Include the key areas of life in your goals and resolutions: health, fitness, career, family, finances, service.
1. Put it in writing.
2. Make it specific and measurable.
3. Give yourself deadlines.
4. Set intermediary goals.
5. Make it realistic.

You can use the acronym SMART to help you formulate your goals:
Specific.
Measurable.
Attainable.
Realistic.
Time Defined.

Some of you may prefer to have a “bucket list” approach to setting you plans for the new year. That’s a good approach too. My son, Matthew, recently asked me what my fitness plans were for the next year, that is besides the more than 630 workouts I lead every year, and besides the two half marathon training groups I lead every year, and besides the 3 to 5 triathlons I do a year.

I am determined not to settle in the major areas of my life. Ever. I’m always willing to be agreeable and compromise. Compromise in which everyone wins is a good thing. Compromise in which I lose isn’t. And settling is something all together different. All together bad different.

If settling has a sound (my apologies to Death Cab for Cutie *) it’s the sound of a resigned sigh. The sigh of resignation. It’s the sound of missed opportunities. It’s the sound of absent courage. It’s the sound of mediocrity. It’s the sound of a lifeless rut, a loveless relationship, a lonesome heart. One of the things my 81 year old mother told me recently was, “Life is both too short and too long to settle.”

Don’t settle.

Don’t sell your soul for comfort and ease. The road less traveled isn’t a well worn trail. Passion will have a different feel and a different path.

I hope you’ll take off the bridle and the bit and let 2012 run free!

Be brave!

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MANY MANY THANKS!

I want to thank you for being a part of USMC Fitness BOOT CAMP! Your membership, your participation in the program, and your successes are what motivates me and gives me joy and purpose! Thank you very much!

Trust me when I say, 2012 will be an awesome year for you and me!

Let’s get some!!

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HOLIDAY WEIGHT CHALLENGE WEIGH IN ON MONDAY!

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TWO THOUSAND TWELVE!

Our first workout for the new year is Monday, January 2!!

The 0530, 0645, 0830, and 5:45 PM classes will ALL resume on the 2nd!

M-16 on Tuesday at Christ Methodist at 5:30am!

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BOOT CAMP HOODIES …

ARE ON ORDER AND SHOULD BE AVAILABLE SOON! STAY TUNED!

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BOOT CAMP GIFT CERTIFICATES

I’ve still got them! They make a GREAT NEW YEARS present for that friend or family member!
As you know, the first month of USMC Fitness BOOT CAMP is $90. Then it’s $75 per month after that. BUT a Boot Camp gift certificate that YOU purchase costs YOU only $75 to give to your friends or family members! The certificate you buy takes care of their first month’s fee.

Only members of USMC Fitness Boot Camp can purchase these gift certificates at this savings.

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WHY ARE OUTDOOR WORKOUTS GOOD FOR YOU IN THE WINTER?

A: Here are five benefits of cold weather workouts!
1. Strengthens the immune system!
2. Naturally increases the body’s production of saratonin, a natural calming chemical in your body.
3. Increased calorie burn!
4. Runny noses keep the cooties from taking up residence inside your schnozz and making you sick.
5. Bragging rights! You get to tell your sissy “indoor” friends how tough you are!

What should you wear? Layers. Layer your clothes so that you can adjust your body temperature as you get warmed up.
One more thing to remember about our outdoor winter workouts: hydrate! Because we’re not hot and sweaty, like in the summer, we often don’t drink enough water in the winter time. So hydrate y’all!

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SPRING HALF MARATHON!

Did you miss out on the St. Jude Half? Did it sell out too quickly for you? Were you envious of those who got to run it?

There are at least five half marathons in April! There is one in Nashville, Louisville, St. Louis, Oklahoma City, and a new one here in Memphis – Dash for Dads Half Marathon! (The Germantown Half Marathon is in March.)

This will be my 17th half marathon training session! I’ve trained hundreds to run their first and their 10th half marathon, newbies and veterans alike! I can train you too!

Thinking about it?

The prerequisites are simple: if you can cover 3 miles in 36 minutes or less by Jan. 28th, you’re good to go! The cost is cheap and the rewards are HUGE!

Training begins on January 28 for the spring half marathon season! More details to follow!

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I GOTTA GUY!!! (And a GAL)

I like to share the names of people I do business with and trust so that if you need services that they offer you’ll know someone trustworthy to contact.

1. Margaret Caffey.
Thinking about a trip to Walt Disney World, Universal to see Harry Potter, or maybe a Disney Cruise – Margaret Caffey has turned her passion for all things Disney into a career and is now a travel agent with MEI & Mouse Fan Travel. For all your Disney travel planning or just to ask a question call Margaret at 901-828-6354. Also please take a second to ‘like’ her Facebook page at Mouse Fan Margaret. (https://www.facebook.com/login/setashome.php?ref=login#!/pages/Mouse-Fan-Margaret/130316623686981).

PS – I hear she knows a lot about all the cruise lines too! Margret is MY personal Disney trip planner! No one, and I mean NO ONE, knows more about Disney than Mags!

2. Dr John Whittemore was voted Best Family Dentist in Memphis Parent Magazine’s most recent survey.
Also voted Hot List Cosmetic Dentist in the Memphis Flyer and listed among Top Dentists in Memphis Magazine every year. If you want personalized, caring general or cosmetic dentistry on a whole other level than you’ve experienced before, call John’s office to make an appointment. (901)-754-0540.

John is also selling his 4BR/3BA house on Audubon Drive.

3. Richard Bourland – “Your Boot Camp Handyman” – Home Improvement, Carpentry, Custom Bunk Beds and other Woodworking Services, rebourland@yahoo.com, 901.826-6695. www.midsouthbunkbeds.com

You can see a much longer and detailed list of people I refer on the USMC Fitness BOOT CAMP website blog page. Once on the blog page use the search window, keyword “Buddy,” and it’ll take you to that page.

If you drop my name, you might get a discount. But for sure you’ll get their sympathy and prayers! 😉

If you’d like to be listed here in “I GOTTA GUY” just let me know!

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WIND CHILL AND INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY

Anytime the wind-chill drops below 30 – in the 38117 zip code! — we’ll go inside. Get the Weather.com app for your phone and check to see what the temperature “feels like.” That’s the number we’ll use. What it FEELS LIKE!

The 0645 class is inside from now until March.

Check with weather.com or The Weather Channel. I’ll post it on my Facebook page and the Boot Camp website Blog page (http://usmcfitnessbootcamp.com/blog/) if there’s a question. And if you’re not sure, you can text me at 901-644-0145.

What about inclement weather days?

We’ll follow the Memphis City Schools decision. If they close, we’ll stand-down. If they close in the morning but the streets are clear and good to go by the afternoon, the evening class will meet. I’ll post that status on Facebook and the Boot Camp Blog page.

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PERSONAL TRAINING!

I’ve got a few prime hours open during the week if you know someone looking for a trainer. I use the facilities at Christ Methodist and the hourly rates are standard for Memphis. Over-all fitness training, boot camp style workouts, strength training, sports specific conditioning and agility (tennis, soccer, basketball, etc.)

TonyLudlow@aol.com or 901-644-0145

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THE 0645 CLASS

The 0645 Class is inside for their winter hibernation until March 2012 We’ll use the “blue gym” aka “the pizza gym!”

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NEW BOOT CAMP DISCOUNT

If you set up an automatic payment at your bank (Boot Camp mailing address is 4888 Southern, Memphis 38117) you can subtract $10 off your fee! That’s right, instead of $75, you can pay $65!

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HELP WANTED
Do you know of someone who could be another Sergeant Tony?
I’m looking to expand the empire BEYOND Memphis.
I’d especially like to move into north Mississippi or northern Shelby County. Like Hernando or Millington! But someone in another major city would be great too.
Here’s a little of what I’m looking for in a prospective “Sergeant Tony.”
* Former military, preferably a Marine.
* College degree, or working toward it.
* Exercise certification, military or civilian, or working toward it.
* Personally interested and involved in a lifestyle of fitness and athletics.
* Good communication skills, written and oral. (I answer about 40 emails a day, write a newsletter, and answer more than a half dozen or so daily Boot Camp related phone calls)
* Outgoing personality with a GREAT sense of humor!
* Genuinely likes people, hiding behind a sadistic facade.
* Humble, modest, caring, and sensitive (ok, ok, whatever) You get the idea.
If you know of someone who would be a good fit, please forward this on to them and direct them to the website:
www .usmcfitnessbootcamp.com

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USMC FITNESS BOOT CAMP CLASSES
0530 Monday through Friday
0645 M-W-F
0830 M-W-F
5:45 PM: Monday and Wednesday, and 5:30 PM on Friday.
THE TUESDAY AND THURSDAY EVENING CLASSES ARE ON HIATUS UNTIL FEB 2012

————————————-

BOOT CAMP DISCOUNTS!

The monthly fee of $75 can be discounted to $55!
DID YOU HEAR THAT?
THE MONTHLY FEE OF $75 CAN BE DISCOUNTED TO $55!
Here’s how …
Make a Facebook status update and get a discount!
For every status update that you make that references:
“USMC Fitness Boot Camp,”
“Sgt. Tony’s Boot Camp,”
“Tony’s Boot Camp,”
or something similar, you can take $2.50 off your reenlistment fee for each update, up to $20 off for any given month! You can go from $75 to $55 a month!!
Your status update has to be a SPECIFIC reference to USMC Fitness BOOT CAMP or to me specifically by n
ame. (There are fake boot camps out there!!)
You can also use “Places” on Facebook or Foursquare linked to your Facebook account to “check in” and you’ll get the same discount!
Use your own wording and personality, just include the specifics.
So log on and get started today!

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UNEMPLOYED PERSON’S DISCOUNT

If you’ve been a Boot Camper in the past and you are currently unemployed, you can get a special discount. Email me for the details. Seriously! Email me! NOW! And don’t be embarrassed. I will make you an offer that you can’t refuse. Seriously.

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LAW ENFORCEMENT AND FIRE DEPARTMENT DISCOUNTS

Police Officers, Sheriff’s Deputies, and Memphis Firefighters qualify for a special discount! It’s the least I can do to ensure that our law enforcement officers and firefighters are fit for their job!! Pass the word!

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WANT TO LOSE 10 to 15 POUNDS BY THE END OF JANUARY?

Take Shape For Life is the BEST weight loss program I know of. If you’d like to lose weight talk to me. This is the program I used to lose the almost 30 pounds I gained after knee surgery. Let me help you!

You can also go to www.combatchallenge.tsfl.com/

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TUESDAY & THURSDAY EVENING CLASS
The Tuesday and Thursday evening classes are standing down until March. So no Tues/Thurs evening classes until then.

—————————-

CALENDAR

A calendar has been added to the official USMC Fitness BOOT CAMP website.
http://www.usmcfitnessbootcamp.com/calendar.html
For you visual learners, you’ll find this an easy way to glance at the week or month and see where the workouts will be, if there’s a venue change.

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“The only thing that scares me is a succession of ordinary days.”

Make your days extraordinary!

To your good health and fitness for 2012!

Tony

Sergeant Major Tony Ludlow
USMC Fitness BOOT CAMP, Commanding
4888 Southern Cove
Memphis, TN 38117
901-644-0145
www.usmcfitnessbootcamp.com
www.combatchallenge.tsfl.com

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NO 0830 CLASS THIS WEEK!

Dec. 20th 2011

A Reminder:
There is no 0830 class this week. Enjoy the chirruns out of school, “jacked up on Mountain Dew!” All other morning classes will meet as usual this week.

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A word aptly spoken … Sgt. Tony Ludlow’s Newsletter for 12/20/2011

Dec. 20th 2011
Jim Steiner

Jim Steiner

WWJD

What would Jim do?

Most of you only know Jim Steiner’s name from the exercise I call “Starting Up Jim Steiner’s Wood-chipper.” But once a month or so someone asks me, “Tony, who is Jim Steiner?

Someone recently asked if “Jim Steiner” is the name of a brand of wood-chipper! Like you could go to Home Depot and buy a “Jim Steiner Wood-Chipper!”

So let me tell you about Jim Steiner.

Jim was a real person, a real Boot Camper. And he was one of the best people I’ve ever known … and THE person who saved Boot Camp.

Jim joined us after his wife, Carole, gave him a month of Boot Camp as a Christmas present in 1999. When Jim showed up he wasted no time making a difference! He quickly became everyone’s best friend!

Jim engaged the world, and everyone in it, by being friendly and genuinely interested in everyone he met. He was one of those kinds of people who just naturally attracted others to himself. He was winsome and warm, intelligent and funny, kind and thoughtful, and a consummate prankster. He loved everyone and everyone loved him. You just couldn’t help it! To me he became an older brother, some 12 years my senior.

And he was a role model for personal relationship building. Jim Steiner could have taught seminars on how to make friends with anyone, anywhere, anytime.

Jim was also a veteran and an accomplished athlete. He was an avid runner, triathlete, skier, hiker, adventure racer, and practical joker.

For over two years we enjoyed Jim’s daily dose of fun, fellowship, and enthusiasm for life. If he had a story to tell or an anecdote to share, I’d gladly yield the floor! Jim was the best storyteller I’ve ever listened to.

Unless he was out of town on business, he never missed a day on the Quarterdeck! He was a faithful Boot Camper and a wonderful friend.

One morning he came to The Quarterdeck complaining of a pulled upper back muscle that he’d strained trying to start his pull-start wood-chipper. It was one of those older model wood-chippers that had a rope that you pulled to start it, like a lawnmower. So to help out Jim, I incorporated the “bent-over-single-arm-row” into the routine to help develop and strengthen the muscles of the upper back and shoulders, renaming the exercise “Starting Up Jim Steiner’s Wood-chipper.” And I’ve called it that ever since.

And because he saved Boot Camp from extinction, naming an exercise after him seemed like a fitting thing to do.

How’d Jim save the program?

Well, once upon a time …

During the first winter of our first year, in the pouring rain, one dark cold morning at 5:25 AM, Jim and I sat in our cars parked next to each other in the parking lot. I think we were waiting to see which of us would make the first move. My program was on the campus of the U of M for the first six years and a part of the Continuing Education Department. But Mt. Fuji (the parking garage on Zach Curlin) had yet to be completed and we had no rain-day option except to trudge outside and get soaked, which we often did.

But this particular morning it was raining hard. Really hard. Jim rolled his window down and yelled to me over the pounding rain, “WHAT. DO. YOU. THINK?”

“I. DON’T. KNOW!” I yelled back, a little defeated.

“LET’S. GO. TO. PERKINS. AND. EAT. PANCAKES!” he suggested with a laugh!

Since it was just me and Jim that morning, and since I happen to love pancakes, and since I’m not particularly fond of getting cold-drenched, it was on! I thought flapjacks and
a warm and dry restaurant sounded like a great idea.

As we ate breakfast that morning I whined to Jim that maybe the program just wasn’t going to survive. There were no boot camp programs at all in this part of the country except us. This was on the cusp of the dot com explosion and there was no boot camp presence on the Internet. There was no MySpace or Facebook. I didn’t send out a weekly newsletter by email, I printed them and handed them out one by one.

“Maybe this should be our last month,” I said to Jim with a sigh.

I loved my career as a high school history teacher and coach and seemed resigned to admit that my early morning exercise experiment had perhaps run its course. I was reluctantly ready to face the fact that Memphis just wasn’t ready for this kind of fitness program. Maybe it was time to pull the plug, I suggested.

“Tony, don’t do that! Jim said. “This is the best program I’ve ever been a part of. Hang in there, my friend, just wait! They’ll come out of the woodwork! You’ll see!!” Jim insisted. (It was his version of the “If you build it, he will come,” speech.)

In those days, nine or ten people on the Quarterdeck at 0530 was considered a pretty good crowd. That morning I was discouraged and ready to quit. But Jim’s words of encouragement gave me a new commitment to make Boot Camp work. “If Steiner says it’ll work, then it’ll work,” I reasoned.

Jim had that kind of effect on people. If it weren’t for him I might have thrown in the towel that morning. I might have quit.

Two years later the program was growing and Jim, Carole, their son Rob, daughter Meredith, and I were making plans to run the Marine Corps Marathon together later in the year. In the spring, suddenly and without warning, Jim suffered what appeared to be a mild stroke. But in the weeks that followed it was discovered that it wasn’t a stroke that Jim had experienced.

Jim had a brain tumor.

Because of medical treatment, Jim had to quit coming to boot camp a few months later in the summer of 2002. After that, I started making visits to his home to check on him and hear more of his stories. I continued to receive invitations to Steiner family gatherings, including their world famous Christmas party. Those parties were attended by the broadest of cross sections of Memphians, evidence that the Steiner’s hand of friendship had been extended into the most unlikely of places.

Jim’s gamma knife surgery removed an extensive amount of the tumor, but unfortunately not enough of it.

Even though his condition continued to deteriorate, Jim made the most touching of returns to the Quarterdeck on October 24, 2003, over a year and a half since his brain cancer diagnosis.

With the aid of his brother and sister-in-law, Jim came back to Boot Camp early that October morning. In a wheel chair.

He had dumbbells in hand and worked as hard as anyone there! You should have seen him! It was one of the most inspirational things I’ve ever seen. I fought to hold back the tears the whole morning.

Always upbeat, always an encourager, Jim had a huge capacity for joy and fun! I never heard him say a single bad thing about anyone. Not even about me! He laughed that morning in October and clowned as if nothing was wrong with him. New boot campers who’d joined since Jim had become sick, gathered around him after the workout to meet the famous Jim Steiner! He was a real celebrity and seemed to enjoy getting to know the newbs!

It was also the last time Jim would be on the Quarterdeck.

I have always said, “In the Kingdom of the Kind and in the company of true gentlemen, Jim Steiner was royalty.”

I was privileged to have known him and deeply honored to have been numbered among his friends. And I was profoundly heartbroken when he was taken from us.

For months I wore one of those WWJD bracelets. The “J” stood for Jim. I had no idea how Jesus would run a Boot Camp program. But I had some idea how Jim Steiner would do it. He’d remember people’s names. He’d try to make everyone feel important and welcome. He’d have a good time! He’d joke and clown, while giving everyone a hard time in a playful and winsome way. He’d call people goofy names and they’d love it. And he’d make people proud of themselves by giving them something significant to accomplish everyday.

Jim passed away eight years ago yesterday on December 19, 2003.

Jim taught me that the power of simple encouragement can’t be overstated. The spoken word can change the world. Jim taught me that pushups alone don’t inspire or motivate people. Adding humor, warmth, a sense of community, and motivation inspires people to lead more productive, focused, and happier lives.

It’s been reported recently that many people go through their whole day without smiling and that most people who do smile don’t do so until after 10 AM. Jim taught me the value of laughing before the sun comes up!

One cold and rainy morning over pancakes, Jim Steiner’s word of encouragement changed my life and inspired me to stay the course. And if you’ve ever been a part of USMC Fitness BOOT CAMP, his words changed your life too. I’m certain that Jim had no idea that morning that he was going to alter the course of my life during a simple conversation over breakfast.

Your words could change someone’s life and motivate them to do something awesome! What a priceless gift that would be!

Merry Christmas! Happy Hanukah! Happy Festivus!

Happiest of holidays to you all!

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BOOT CAMP GIFT CERTIFICATES

You can give the gift of fitness for Christmas! For only $75 you can give a gift certificate good for a month of Boot Camp to any of your family or friends! I’ve got ‘em printed up and ready!

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CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR BREAK

This coming Friday morning we’ll celebrate the end of BOOT CAMP 2011! We’ll have the 0530 and 0645 classes on Friday morning. There will be no 0830 class on Wednesday and Friday and no 5:30 PM workout on Friday.) This is our annual one week break.

We will stand down until Monday, January 2, 2012. All classes (0530, 0645, 0830, and 5:45 PM) will meet as scheduled on Monday, 2 Jan 2012.

Weigh in for the Holiday Challenge will also be on Monday 2 Jan.

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SPRING HALF MARATHON!

Did you miss out on the St. Jude Half? Did it sell out too quickly for you? Were you envious of those who got to run it?

There are at least five half marathons in the spring! There is one in Nashville, Louisville, St. Louis, Oklahoma City, and a new one here in Memphis – Dash for Dads Half Marathon! (The Germantown Half Marathon is also in March.)

This will be my 17th half marathon training session! I’ve trained hundreds to run their first and their 10th half marathon, newbies and veterans alike!

Thinking about it?

The prerequisites are simple: if you can cover 3 miles in 36 minutes or less by Jan. 28th, you’re good to go! The cost is cheap and the rewards are HUGE!

Training begins on January 28 for the spring half marathon season! More details to follow!

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WIND CHILL AND INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY

When the wind chill is 29 or lower, we’ll go inside at 0530, 0830, and 5:45 PM. The 0645 class is inside from now until March.

Check with weather.com or The Weather Channel. I’ll post it on my Facebook page and the Boot Camp website Blog page (http://usmcfitnessbootcamp.com/blog/) if there’s a question. And if you’re not sure, you can text me at 901-644-0145.

What about inclement weather days?

We’ll follow the Memphis City Schools decision. If they close, we’ll stand-down. If they close in the morning but the streets are clear and good to go by the afternoon, the evening class will meet. I’ll post that status on Facebook and the Boot Camp Blog page.

————————————-

PERSONAL TRAINING!

I’ve got a few prime hours open during the week if you know someone looking for a trainer. I use the facilities at Christ Methodist and the hourly rates are standard for Memphis. Over-all fitness training, boot camp style workouts, strength training, sports specific conditioning and agility (tennis, soccer, basketball, etc.)

TonyLudlow@aol.com or 901-644-0145

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COLD WEATHER POLICY
Anytime the wind-chill drops below 30 – in the 38117 zip code! — we’ll go inside. Get the Weather.com app for your phone and check to see what the temperature “feels like.” That’s the number we’ll use. What it FEELS LIKE!

——————————————–

THE 0645 CLASS

The 0645 Class is inside for their winter hibernation until March 2012 We’ll use the “blue gym” aka “the pizza
gym!”

———————————————

NEW BOOT CAMP DISCOUNT

If you set up an automatic payment at your bank (Boot Camp mailing address is 4888 Southern, Memphis 38117) you can subtract $10 off your fee! That’s right, instead of $75, you can pay $65!

———————————————

HELP WANTED
Do you know of someone who could be another Sergeant Tony?
I’m looking to expand the empire BEYOND Memphis.
I’d especially like to move into north Mississippi or northern Shelby County. Like Hernando or Millington! But someone in another major city would be great too.
Here’s a little of what I’m looking for in a prospective “Sergeant Tony.”
* Former military, preferably a Marine.
* College degree, or working toward it.
* Exercise certification, military or civilian, or working toward it.
* Personally interested and involved in a lifestyle of fitness and athletics.
* Good communication skills, written and oral. (I answer about 40 emails a day, write a newsletter, and answer more than a half dozen or so daily Boot Camp related phone calls)
* Outgoing personality with a GREAT sense of humor!
* Genuinely likes people, hiding behind a sadistic facade.
* Humble, modest, caring, and sensitive (ok, ok, whatever) You get the idea.
If you know of someone who would be a good fit, please forward this on to them and direct them to the website:
www .usmcfitnessbootcamp.com

——————————————–

USMC FITNESS BOOT CAMP CLASSES
0530 Monday through Friday
0645 M-W-F
0830 M-W-F
5:45 PM: Monday and Wednesday, and 5:30 PM on Friday.
THE TUESDAY EVENING CLASSES ARE ON HIATUS UNTIL FEB 2012

————————————-

BOOT CAMP DISCOUNTS!

The monthly fee of $75 can be discounted to $55!
DID YOU HEAR THAT?
THE MONTHLY FEE OF $75 CAN BE DISCOUNTED TO $55!
Here’s how …
Make a Facebook status update and get a discount!
For every status update that you make that references:
“USMC Fitness Boot Camp,”
“Sgt. Tony’s Boot Camp,”
“Tony’s Boot Camp,”
or something similar, you can take $2.50 off your reenlistment fee for each update, up to $20 off for any given month! You can go from $75 to $55 a month!!
Your status update has to be a SPECIFIC reference to USMC Fitness BOOT CAMP or to me specifically by n
ame. (There are fake boot camps out there!!)
You can also use “Places” on Facebook or Foursquare linked to your Facebook account to “check in” and you’ll get the same discount!
Use your own wording and personality, just include the specifics.
So log on and get started today!

—————————————

UNEMPLOYED PERSON’S DISCOUNT

If you’ve been a Boot Camper in the past and you are currently unemployed, you can get a special discount. Email me for the details. Seriously! Email me! NOW! And don’t be embarrassed. I will make you an offer that you can’t refuse. Seriously.

——————————-

LAW ENFORCEMENT AND FIRE DEPARTMENT DISCOUNTS

Police Officers, Sheriff’s Deputies, and Memphis Firefighters qualify for a special discount! It’s the least I can do to ensure that our law enforcement officers and firefighters are fit for their job!! Pass the word!

—————————-

WANT TO LOSE 10 to 15 POUNDS BY THE END OF JANUARY?
Take Shape For Life is the BEST weight loss program I know of. If you’d like to lose weight talk to me. This is the program I used to lose the almost 30 pounds I gained after knee surgery. Let me help you!

You can also go to www.combatchallenge.tsfl.com/

—————————-

TUESDAY & THURSDAY EVENING CLASS
The Tuesday and Thursday evening classes are standing down until February. So no Tues/Thurs evening classes until then.

—————————-

CALENDAR

A calendar has been added to the official USMC Fitness BOOT CAMP website.
http://www.usmcfitnessbootcamp.com/calendar.html
For you visual learners, you’ll find this an easy way to glance at the week or month and see where the workouts will be, if there’s a venue change.

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ASK YOUR DOCTOR IF GETTING OFF YOUR ASS IS RIGHT FOR YOU! 😉

To your optimum health and fitness!

SEE YOU ON THE QUARTERDECK!

Tony

Sergeant Major Tony Ludlow
USMC Fitness BOOT CAMP, Commanding
Mailing address: 4888 Southern Ave., Memphis, TN 38117
Cell Phone: 901-644-0145
www.usmcfitnessbootcamp.com
http://www.combatchallenge.tsfl.com/esuite/home/combatchallenge

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MT. FUJI WORKOUT ON TUES., 20 DECEMBER!

Dec. 19th 2011

Just a reminder that we’ll be at Mt. Fuji tomorrow morning (Tues, 20 Dec 2011) at 0530!

GET SOME!!!

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Lux Perpetua — Sgt. Tony Ludlow’s Newsletter for 12/14/2011

Dec. 14th 2011

Irrelevant.

Passionless.

Uninformed.

Boring.

Lifeless.

Resigned.

Negative.

Unimaginative.

(This is how I described myself on Match.com when I was looking for a date to go to “Wicked.” hahaha)

Those things have been used to describe “old” people. It’s why no one wants to get “old.” It’s a curse.

Thing is, the curse can occur at 21 or 71. It doesn’t matter what your chronological age is. Age is but a number, and being lifeless, boring, uninformed, negative, resigned, and all the rest isn’t a matter of age, it’s a matter of attitude.

It’s a life orientation.

It’s the prism or the lens that life is viewed through.

That bent on life is usually a life long leaning … just a little bending at a time, like the wire that trains the limbs of a bonsai tree.

I turned 54 in July, and I’m pretty damn proud of that. And why shouldn’t I be? I’m smarter now than at any other time in my life – and you should be smarter today than at any other time in YOUR life too — and more educated than I was at 25. I’ve got two times the life experiences and twice the wisdom and knowledge. I also know myself better now than I did when I was in my twenties.

I’m comfortable in my own skin. I’ve done a good bit of traveling and have seen a big chunk of the world. I like East Tokyo as much as I like East Memphis. (Actually I’m more of a fan of West Tokyo, but not much of a fan of West Memphis!)

I’m as physically active as I ever have been and I’m fitter than the vast majority of guys half my age. And with the exception of a few more wrinkles, mostly due to laugh lines – those that give my face extra character — and the gray hair — that literally popped up overnight and makes me look distinguished (so I’m told!) — I feel like I did when I was in my twenties. Actually, I feel better! A few months ago I beat a squad of 20 year-old Marines in a pull-up contest. (Did you hear THAT Uncle Sam? Let me know when I can go back on active duty!)

So why shouldn’t I be proud? Why should I make excuses for my age, hide it, or apologize for it as if it’s something to be ashamed of?

Aging should only be a cause for embarrassment and lamentation if you’re doing it wrong. If you’ve wasted your time, learned nothing, done nothing, and allowed your body and mind to degenerate and fall apart. If you have no bucket list … if you’ve never even had one … and if you’re less alive now than you were twenty years ago, then feel free to be embarrassed … or … you can get off your ass!

In a youth oriented culture that presumes that all things young are good – how else can you explain the popularity of that Bieber kid — and all things old are considered past their expiration date, it’s easy to get things upside down.

And too, not all 50 year old people are the same. One man’s 50 ain’t the same as another man’s 50. I get that. And so does Norma Heape. She would actually take that up a notch ‘cuz Norma is 75 and a Flight Attendant with Continental Airlines. She’s been flying with them since 1957! And she’s never called in sick! She hasn’t missed a day of work in 54 years! (“I’m not worthy Norma!”)

Of course the problem is that LOTS of people over 40 aren’t anything like Norma. They’re livin’ out those irrelevant attributes with all of the excitement of an IRS audit.

It makes me cringe when I run into people near my age who live down to the stereotype of blah, blah, blah. They’ve spent a lifetime taking lousy care of themselves and exploring new ways to be less and less as they get older and older. And then they want to blame their age as the reason that they feel like crap. No, Old-timer, the problem is that you’ve got the accumulated result of years of living like hell.

I’m not talking about people who’ve been sidelined by catastrophic illness or injury. Those folk’s impaired condition is understandable. I’m talking about the average person who’s spent too many years drinking too much, partying too much, smoking, doing drugs, and eating crap and who haven’t exercised since the Clinton Administration. Start that kind of life-style in your 20’s and keep it going … then see how awesome it is at 40.

Sadly, the flame in so many people’s lives start to flicker at some point. And too often circumstances, setbacks, and loss start to loom so large that the flame goes out all together. People start stumbling through one meaningless day after another and medicate their pain or depression with poor life management decisions.

I’ve seen how bankruptcy, divorce, the death of a loved one, being fired or laid off, failing health, being stuck in a loveless passionless marriage or dysfunctional relationship — and the whole host of unrealized expectations — can have a depressing and debilitating effect on people, extinguishing that light for years. Sometimes forever being defined in their own minds by the mistakes, missteps, and mishaps of their lives.

But it doesn’t have to be that way. Seriously. It does not!

Our lives don’t have to be defined by the setbacks or the mess that we’ve made of things by poor management or irresponsible behavior. Our mistakes can be overcome!

How many people do you know, or know of, who are over-comers, having put life’s setbacks in their proper place in the past and are thriving today, moving forward?

Tons of people do it every single day.

We may never be what we were before those circumstances put us on a path not of our choosing, but we can be something great again … or something greater.

We can feed the flame.

We can light a bonfire!

As we think of the prospects of a new year, in just over two weeks (how did it get to be this time of year already?) there are things that we can do to relight the flame and to ensure that the light within us burns brightly. And if you’re over 40 and have become a parody of your younger self, you can reclaim the joy of living again.

Here’s what you should do.

If you’re depressed about your weight – lose the weight. Seriously. Quit bitchin’ about it and just do it! Eat less, move more. It’s just that simple. And if you need a successful plan to follow, I recommend “Take Shape for Life” www.combatchallenge.tsfl.com

If you wish that you’d finished your degree – go back to school. A friend of mine graduated from law school at 63! But don’t be fooled. You can get a good education for “a dollar fifty and late charges from the public library.” But if it’s the degree you seek, there are lots of ways to get it.

If you’re upset because you’re out of shape – get on an exercise program (I happen to know of an AWESOME program! Not sure which one I mean? Email me!)

If you’re in debt – come up with a plan to get debt-free. Credit cards are choking the life out of most people. Spend less than you make. Do you really have to buy as much house as the mortgage company will let you borrow? Really need a new car or two? The boat? The lake house? I know people who’ve gone bankrupt TWICE in the past ten years yet they take a couple of expensive vacations every year and live way beyond their means. Bankruptcy number three is only a matter of time.

If you’re in a loveless marriage or dysfunctional relationship – fix it … and if it can’t be fixed … get out of it! Some broken marriages can be fixed. Others can’t. And throwing money at a bad or unhappy marriage won’t work. The trips and the stuff will only mask the misery for a while. Life is too short … and if you’re in an unhappy relationship, it can be a very very long “life.” Fix it if you can, or find a way out.

If you’re in a dead end job or meaningless career – get out of it. Formulate a plan to do something that makes you happy and brings meaning to your life. Lots of guys I know get in dead-end soulless jobs that pay well, only to find that they have to buy “stuff” to compensate for the life-force-drain of their job. But the spending gets them in debt too deep to get out of the job. The new house, the new cars, the new stuff? Shackles and prison. Stuck. Trapped. Slavery. But it doesn’t have to be.

Emancipation is possible, but won’t be easy or painless. But it can be done. It CAN be done! I’ve started over more than once. I’ve even started over in a foreign country.

If you’re not happy with your life, you’re doing it wrong! Figure out what you want to do with it and then DO THAT!

Relight the flame if it’s gone out. Spray gasoline on the flame you’ve got!

Lux perpetua luceat eis.

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NEW BOOT CAMP DISCOUNT

If you set up an automatic payment at your bank (Boot Camp mailing address is 4888 Southern, Memphis 38117) you can subtract $10 off your fee! That’s right, instead of $75, you can pay $65!

If you want to have it sent directly to the USMC Fitness BOOT CAMP bank account, contact me for the info!

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JOB OPENING

A local company, with boot camp ties, is looking for:

… someone in a receptionist type capacity. Duties will include answering the phones, distributing faxes, filing, typing letters, typing contracts, and other tasks. In addition, applicant must have car as some errands are required. Non-smoker, punctual, and ability to present self well in person, on the phone, and in writing. Pay depends upon experience. Must be available beginning January 2. Please contact hcgtnjob@gmail.com.

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SPRING HALF MARATHON!

There are at least four half marathons in the spring! There is one in Nashville, Louisville, St. Louis, and Oklahoma City! (The Germantown Half Marathon is also in March.)

I’ll begin training for the spring half marathons on January 28!

More details to follow!

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WIND CHILL AND INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY

When it “feels like” it’s 29 or lower, we’ll go inside at 0530, 0830, and 5:45 PM. The 0645 class is inside from now until March.

If you’ve got a “smart phone” you can use The Weather Channel app or check with weather.com or The Weather Channel on cable for zip code 38117.

If there’s a question, I’ll post it on my Facebook page and the USMC Fitness BOOT CAMP Facebook page. And if you’re not sure, you can text me at 901-644-0145.

What about inclement weather days?

We’ll follow the Memphis City Schools decision. If they close, we’ll stand-down. If they close in the morning but the streets are clear and good to go by the afternoon, the evening class will meet. I’ll post that status on Facebook and the Boot Camp Blog page.

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PERSONAL TRAINING!

I’ve got a few prime hours open during the week if you know someone looking for a trainer. I use the facilities at Christ Methodist and the hourly rates are standard for Memphis. Over-all fitness training, boot camp style workouts, strength training, sports specific conditioning and agility (tennis, soccer, basketball, etc.)
TonyLudlow@aol.com or 901-644-0145

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FREE MONTH OF BOOT CAMP FOR YOU!

Remember that when one of your family or friends joins the program because of your recruiting them, YOU get a free month of Boot Camp!

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THE 0830 AND THE 0645 CLASSES!!

The 0830 Class meets on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.

Don’t forget that there is child care available at the church for this class!

The 0645 meets on MWF inside!

ATTENTION 0830 CLASS MEMBERS: please remember that no cell phone usage is allowed while you drive your car on the campus. So when you pull onto the campus, no cell phones please!

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NEW PRICING FOR FAMILIES AND COUPLES

If you’re a part of a family (usually husband and wife) that does USMC Fitness BOOT CAMP, a new pricing plan goes into effect in August! Ask me about it! You’ll like it!

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WANT TO LOSE 20 POUNDS BY THE END OF NEXT MONTH?

Take Shape For Life is the BEST weight loss program I know of. If you’d like to lose weight talk to me. This is the program I used to lose the almost 30 pounds I gained after knee surgery. Let me help you!

You can also go to www.combatchallenge.tsfl.com/

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TUESDAY & THURSDAY EVENING CLASSES ARE ON HIATUS UNTIL FEB 2011

The Tuesday and Thursday evening classes are standing down until the last week in January.

However, I’ll probably be running at 4:00 or 4:30 PM at St. Mary’s track on Tues and Thursday and you’re welcome to join me for an informal jog fest!

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CALENDAR

A calendar has been added to the official USMC Fitness BOOT CAMP website.
http://www.usmcfitnessbootcamp.com/calendar.html

For you visual learners, you’ll find this an easy way to glance at the week or month and see where the workouts will be, if there’s a venue change.

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NEW BOOT CAMP DISCOUNT

If you set up an automatic payment at your bank (Boot Camp mailing address is 4888 Southern, Memphis 38117) you can subtract $10 off your fee! That’s right, instead of $75, you can pay $65!
What would you do if money were not an issue, fear were not a factor, and failure were not an option?

To your optimum health and fitness!

SEE YOU ON THE QUARTERDECK!

Tony

Sergeant Major Tony Ludlow

USMC Fitness BOOT CAMP, Commanding
Mailing address: 4888 Southern Ave., Memphis, TN 38117
Cell Phone: 901-644-0145

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Fist Bumping the Dalai Lama — Sgt. Tony Ludlow’s Newsletter for 12/7/2011

Dec. 7th 2011

I don’t ever write about politics and religion. Both of those subjects are just too divisive.

My grandfather told me not to discuss them in polite company. Just count the number of churches in Memphis and you’ll understand that religion is very divisive. Lots of churches are right across the street from other churches. From Mendenhall to Perkins on Walnut Grove (two blocks) there are five churches and three Christian schools!

I don’t mind being controversial, but I’d rather not unnecessarily alienate friends with rants about politics or religion.

That is, until today.

I’m going to leave politics alone.

These are “ignert” times in religion.

It’s not that these are the most theologically backward and shallow of times in history, it’s that technology has given an amplified voice to everyone with an opinion about religion. And the louder and broader the voice, the more weight is given to the opinion, the more truth is attributed to it.

“Tony, why does everyone hate Tim Tebow?” my friend asked the other day.

“Well, not everyone hates him,” I explained. “He’s got plenty of fans. I mean, he’s got almost a million ‘friends’ on Facebook.”

“But why do people want to deny his freedom of speech? It’s because he’s an outspoken Christian, right?” my friend said.

Is Tim Tebow provocative because he makes a show of his religion that seems a little Pharisaical? Maybe.

Of course, it might be just a little too much for an opposing team to see Tim Tebow bow in prayer and hear Tim Tebow thanking Jesus for a victory that has ended their team’s season, ruined their team’s viability, and will have a detrimental effect on many careers, families, and futures. Is it the sort of “in your face” kind of self-righteousness that turns people off? Maybe. And then it could be that people just don’t like the Denver Broncos, the Florida Gators, or Heisman Trophy winners in general. If you’re a Tebow fan, don’t come after me. I like him fine. I’d like him a LOT if he were playing for my Minnesota Vikings.

But there’s an even bigger question here, I think.

Should I say something about the role of religion in sports? Talk about a sacrosanct subject: Christianity and football! I’ve got a friend whose personal motto is “God, Country, and the Dallas Cowboys!” … and not necessarily in that order!

While Tim Tebow is bowing in prayer to thank Jesus for the touchdown he just scored, a guy on the other team is being carried off the field with a concussion and a career ending injury.

It’s difficult to reconcile those things.

I don’t get my theology from a four-year-old boy who went to heaven or a football player who went to Florida. I think it makes more sense to form your belief system from something a little deeper and a little more time tested. Personally, I think if Tim wants to be an outspoken Christian, I think he should quit the NFL and follow in his father’s footsteps and go overseas as a foreign missionary. Now THAT seems more outspoken! But that’s just me. (Pat Tillman quit the NFL and joined the Army.)

What I hear people saying is that Tim Tebow’s right to free speech is being infringed upon. People want to restrict his freedom of religious expression, they say.

What’s interesting is that most of the time those free speech defenders defend the freedom of people to say things that they themselves agree with. My guess is that those Tim Tebow-free-speech-defenders would turn their backs on him in a New York minute if he shouted “Allah Akbar!” into the camera and kneelt toward Mecca after he scored his next touchdown. He’d get defriended on Facebook faster than you could say “Herman Cain.” <--- my nod to politics! Ours is a great and free nation so long as the Constitution extends to all of us, even to those with whom we may not agree. Free speech is a right given to everyone, even to those with bad grammar or poor judgment! Tolerance is required of all. I cringed when Myron Lowery fist bumped the Dalai Lama. Myron, I guess wanting to be cool with His Holiness, decided to treat him as if the leader of millions of Buddhists, the leader of the Tibetan government in exile, and one of the most beloved men on the planet, was one of his drinking buddies. And I thought Lowery spoke to him entirely too familiar. But that was free speech. It’s just sad that our city didn’t have a better representative to meet with His Holiness. (If the Pope ever comes to Memphis, let’s make sure that Myron is on a fact-finding trip to Montana or some such place, far far away!) My brother, Jack, was a genuine Vietnam War hero. When he returned from the war, my brother was met in the San Francisco airport by anti-war demonstrators who yelled horrible things at him. One young woman, about his age, held up a little baby in his face and yelled, “This is what you killed in Vietnam! BABY KILLER!!!” And then she spat on my brother’s Marine Corps dress uniform … medals and all. My brother wasn’t a baby killer. In fact, one of those medals the angry woman spat on was for saving the lives of three little Vietnamese children in a village near Chu Lai, Vietnam. Many many years later, with tears in his eyes and in a voice that cracked with emotion, he told me that the pain of that woman’s words had never left him. “But I would defend to the death, her right to say it,” he said. My brother really really believed in free speech. And so do I. And I bet you do too. During this time of holiday celebration, I hope we’ll all be more tolerant of others – especially the ones who are contentious --- and allow everyone to celebrate, or NOT celebrate, this time of year in their own way. So feel free to say “Merry Christmas,” “Happy Holidays,” “Happy Hanukkah,” "Feliz Navidad," “Happy Festivus,” or “Happy Kwanzaa!” to me! I’ll smile and say it back! Peace and good will to you! ---------------------------------------------- ALPHA OMEGA VETERAN’S SERVICES Again this year we’ll be collecting men’s and women’s gently used coats, jackets, gloves, and hats for Alpha Omega from November 15 to December 15. AOVS is a non-profit charitable organization that provides housing and supportive services to homeless veterans. Bring ‘em to boot camp and I’ll collect them for AOVS. ----------------------------------------------- COLD WEATHER POLICY Anytime the wind-chill drops below 30 – in the 38117 zip code! -- we’ll go inside. Get the Weather.com app for your phone and check to see what the temperature “feels like.” That’s the number we’ll use. What it FEELS LIKE! The 0645 Class is inside beginning now until March 2012 We’ll use the “blue gym” aka “the pizza gym!” -------------------------------------- ST. JUDE HALF AND FULL MARATHON RUNNERS! Congratulations to everyone who ran on Saturday! You guys were awesome! I trained 25 to run. All lined up. All finished! This was one of the best training sessions ever! Thanks everyone! Wanna run a half marathon in the spring? --------------------------------------------- NEW BOOT CAMP DISCOUNT If you set up an automatic payment at your bank (Boot Camp mailing address is 4888 Southern, Memphis 38117) you can subtract $10 off your fee! That's right, instead of $75, you can pay $65! --------------------------------------------- M-16 WORKOUT NEXT TUESDAY AT 0530 AT CUMC --------------------------------------------- HELP WANTED Do you know of someone who could be another Sergeant Tony? I'm looking to expand the empire beyond Memphis. I'd especially like to move into north Mississippi or northern Shelby County. Like Hernando or Millington! But someone in another major city would be great too. Here's a little of what I'm looking for in a prospective "Sergeant Tony." * Former military, preferably a Marine. * College degree, or working toward it. * Exercise certification, military or civilian, or working toward it. * Personally interested and involved in a lifestyle of fitness and athletics. * Good communication skills, written and oral. (I answer about 40 emails a day, write a newsletter, and answer more than a half dozen or so daily Boot Camp related phone calls) * Outgoing personality with a GREAT sense of humor! * Genuinely likes people, hiding behind a sadistic facade. * Humble, modest, caring, and sensitive (ok, ok, whatever) You get the idea. If you know of someone who would be a good fit, please forward this on to them and direct them to the website:www .usmcfitnessbootcamp.com -------------------------------------------- USMC FITNESS BOOT CAMP CLASSES 0530 Monday through Friday 0645 M-W-F 0830 M-W-F 5:45 PM: Monday and Wednesday, and 5:30 PM on Friday. THE TUESDAY EVENING CLASSES ARE ON HIATUS UNTIL FEB 2012 ------------------------------------- BOOT CAMP DISCOUNTS! The monthly fee of $75 can be discounted to $55! DID YOU HEAR THAT? THE MONTHLY FEE OF $75 CAN BE DISCOUNTED TO $55! Here’s how ... Make a Facebook status update and get a discount! For every status update that you make that references: “USMC Fitness Boot Camp,” “Sgt. Tony’s Boot Camp,” “Tony’s Boot Camp,” or something similar, you can take $2.50 off your reenlistment fee for each update, up to $20 off for any given month! You can go from $75 to $55 a month!! Your status update has to be a SPECIFIC reference to USMC Fitness BOOT CAMP or to me specifically by name. (There are fake boot camps out there!!) You can also use “Places” on Facebook or Foursquare linked to your Facebook account to “check in” and you’ll get the same discount! Use your own wording and personality, just include the specifics. So log on and get started today! --------------------------------------- UNEMPLOYED PERSON’S DISCOUNT If you’ve been a Boot Camper in the past and you are currently unemployed, you can get a special discount. Email me for the details. Seriously! Email me! NOW! And don’t be embarrassed. I will make you an offer that you can’t refuse. Seriously. ------------------------------- LAW ENFORCEMENT AND FIRE DEPARTMENT DISCOUNTS Police Officers, Sheriff’s Deputies, and Memphis Firefighters qualify for a special discount! It’s the least I can do to ensure that our law enforcement officers and firefighters are fit for their job!! Pass the word! ---------------------------- WANT TO LOSE 10 to 15 POUNDS BY THE END OF JANUARY? Take Shape For Life is the BEST weight loss program I know of. If you’d like to lose weight talk to me. This is the program I used to lose the almost 30 pounds I gained after knee surgery. Let me help you! You can also go to www.combatchallenge.tsfl.com/ ---------------------------- TUESDAY & THURSDAY EVENING CLASS The Tuesday and Thursday evening classes are standing down until February. So no Tues/Thurs evening classes until then. ———————————————- CALENDAR A calendar has been added to the official USMC Fitness BOOT CAMP website. http://www.usmcfitnessbootcamp.com/calendar.html For you visual learners, you’ll find this an easy way to glance at the week or month and see where the workouts will be, if there’s a venue change. ------------------------------------ ASK YOUR DOCTOR IF GETTING OFF YOUR ASS IS RIGHT FOR YOU! 😉 To your optimum health and fitness! SEE YOU ON THE QUARTERDECK! Tony Sergeant Major Tony Ludlow USMC Fitness BOOT CAMP, Commanding Mailing address: 4888 Southern Ave., Memphis, TN 38117 Cell Phone: 901-644-0145 www.usmcfitnessbootcamp.com http://www.combatchallenge.tsfl.com/esuite/home/combatchallenge

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