September 9, 2004 Kansas City, KS -- We're all familiar with the rapid growth of 30-minute circuit training clubs for women, but apparently there is a market for men-only circuit training as witnessed by the rapid rise of the Blitz. |
After launching its successful concept a little over one year ago, men across North America have pushed, pulled and punched their pounds away to more healthful bodies. Men are attracted to its time-saving methods with fast results.
"We're waging war on physical inactivity. With obesity at near epidemic proportions we're helping men produce results in record time, and results are what guys want."
Most men have time restraints that make it difficult to get to a traditional gym. These are the men that love this concept. Better, stronger, faster and more healthful bodies in only 20 minutes, 2 or 3 days a week takes all the excuses away for not exercising. Where this departs from the ladies version, the Blitz is a unique combination of strength training, cardio boxing and martial arts.
Scott Smith, Founder of the Blitz for Men
The company claims it is not unusual for the average overweight male to drop 20 to 30 pounds in two or three months. Pastor Don Flack, a member at the Gardner, Kansas Blitz, says, "The Blitz has given me my life back. I've lost over 50 pounds in 5 short months and I feel great!" Pastor Flack's wife, Linda, says, "The Blitz has given me my husband back." Inches disappear, love handles go away, stress is reduced, while bone density and energy increase.
Spokesman and Founder Scott Smith said, "We're waging war on physical inactivity. With obesity at near epidemic proportions we're helping men produce results in record time, and results are what guys want." Jordan Clarke, a Blitz owner in Saskatchewan, Canada with over 500 members says, "It's great to see so many members happy with the program. They report increased energy levels and reduced stress. They like the convenience and the friendly atmosphere."