David C. Cabral, personal training and fitness expert, was recently featured in USA Today as well as major online media outlets, including Yahoo! Finance, Morningstar, CNBC, MarketWatch and many others.
Hoboken, NJ – January 9, 2012 – David Cabral, of 35-Minute Boot Camps, was recently featured in USA Today with other leading experts from across the world as a “Trendsetter In The New Economy.” A feature story about David Cabral was also seen on the online homes of major publications such as Yahoo! Finance, CNBC, The Boston Globe, The Miami Herald, Morningstar, Los Angeles Daily News, MarketWatch, and New York Daily News, among many others.
As seen in the USA Today feature:
David Cabral has created an environment that is more like an adult playground and less like a workout studio. Being a playground makes it fun, friendships are formed and there is no intimidation factor. Clients leave their ego and doubts at the door. Our focus isn’t on making the membership sale. Coach Cabral doesn’t want anyone to feel pressured. There is no sales pitch.
Coach will never coerce anyone to join. If this job becomes more about the money and less about the members, we will have failed.
Coach David focuses on his members safety and keeping it simple and effective. Workouts are molded to fit the individual. No two workouts are the same. Everyone can enjoy success and they can do it in just 35 minutes.
David C. Cabral has been a certified personal trainer for more than six years, he also a Kettlebell Certified Coach, and an Underground Strength Coach. David has been running boot camps in New Jersey and New York City for nearly three. Cabral’s personal belief is that getting into shape is like a child learning to walk; a baby needs to crawl before he gets up and runs! He is deeply committed to teaching and guiding exercisers through his simple, effective routines.
David’s expertise is in mastering new workout techniques and teaching those techniques to his ‘bootcampers’ in plain language, guaranteeing that every fitness level will be served, from the “work-out queen” to the “couch potato”. He uses a combination of body weight exercises, kettlebells, sandbags, medicine balls, stretch bands and calisthenics in short circuits for time, reps and rounds. He keeps your muscles guessing (and strengthening) by “mixing it up”!
To read the full feature story about David Cabral, as seen on CNBC, Morningstar, CBS MoneyWatch, The Houston Chronicle, Dallas Morning News and others, please visit http://www.hobokenbootcamps.com/blog/press.html
To learn more about David Cabral go to http://www.35minutebootcamps.com/