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We GET YOU INTO INCREDIBLE SHAPE by using cutting edge workouts that have been scientifically proven to help you lose fat and get toned as FAST and as SAFELY as possible.
Hi, my name is Adrian Delorey and I’m a certified Kinesiologist/Body Transformation Expert and the owner of 180 Degree Fitness.
We help people Enrich their through this code of values. That includes healthy lifestyle changes, exercise and good nutrition, not just for today, but for life!
I realize you may have fallen into a lifestyle trap that you think is set in stone. But let me tell you that there has never been a better time than now to get your body in great shape. Yes, you CAN shed those unwanted pounds for good, tone your body, get rid of unsightly body flab and feel healthier and younger!
Here’s What Others… Just Like You… Have To Say About The Results They’ve Achieved With This One of a Kind Program
My name is Robert. At 50 years old I was feeling older than my age & at 2l7 pounds out
Of shape & out of breath when I was climbing stairs or doing any other physical activity.
I was eating junk food on the run everyday, drinking beer, not exercising & not thinking
about my health.
I started training with my cousin at 180 Fitness with the intention of loosing some
weight (10 lbs) within 2 to 3 months.
Eight months later I’m training weekly & getting great tips & eating healthier food. I’ve
lost close to 45 lbs. I’m in the best shape of my life & feeling younger. I have more
energy & more active physically. I even go running with my daughter!
This training experience with Adrian (180′Fitness) is the best thing I could have done
When I first signed up for a 180 Fitness bootcamp in May, I was in a rut and knew that I needed to do something different. I had no idea how that one little decision would transform my life.
I’d tried lots of different things over the years to get fit – running, gym memberships, spinning…you name it! I’d get really motivated and stick with my new fitness routine for about two weeks. Then I’d get bored or busy and let things drop off until I was left feeling guilty and discouraged. Eventually I just kind of resigned myself to carrying a few extra pounds (that over time became a lot of extra pounds).
Wanting to lose some weight before getting married, I decided to join bootcamp for a month and made a personal commitment to work hard and stick with Adrian’s nutrition tips. Having always dreaded “working out”, I was shocked by how much I loved bootcamp. Every day was different and fun – I was never bored! That first month I was often at the back of the group, trying to keep up, but everyone was so encouraging that I kept pushing myself. Soon I was in the middle (and sometimes even near the head) of the pack and the inner athlete started to emerge. I was addicted!
Beyond losing weight (45 lbs in 3 months!) and dress sizes (size 16 to a size 8), I’ve gained mental toughness. As my new muscles have started to emerge (muscles that I swear I’ve never seen before), I’ve started to feel proud of how I’ve stuck with that commitment that I made to myself. Friends and family have noticed that I’m in the best shape of my life and some have been motivated make changes in their own lives. Balancing a full-time job and four kids, bootcamp has required an investment of time and money, but the payoff for my quality of life has been astronomical. I have more energy (despite those 5:30 AM sessions). I have the fitness level and full-body strength to take on new challenges (cycling, running, triathlons) without getting injured. Best of all, I think I’m a better model for my kids of what it means to commit to your own health.
You see, I believe that everyone has the potential to achieve optimal health and fitness, no matter what his or her starting point may be. At 180 Degree Fitness we reverse engineer the way the strongest athletes in the world move and then teach the same techniques they use to our clients every day in our fitness facility.
At 180° Fitness we offer the next level of fitness – a paradigm shift in your training – maximum efficiency workouts that allow you to get the most out of your training every single session!
Having hit the big 50, I found I couldn’t just drop off unwanted pounds the way I used to – I decided to give Adrian’s bootcamp a try, and I was soon seeing and feeling real results – what a turnaround! Working out 3 days a week with Adrian for the last 5 months and following his regular (and free!!) nutritional guidance I have dropped 25 pounds, and am in the best shape I have been in 20 years – back then I was regularly running in 10ks and playing basketball a few times a week – and I am back to where I was, but way stronger. Even a chronic shoulder injury has not been an obstacle as he has given me alternate routines and ways to strengthen it. His never-the-same-workout-twice program is the closest thing to a guaranteed formula for success there is. He somehow fuses core work, intense cardio, and strength training into a balanced program – all this without machines and while keeping things fun. Thanks Adrian!!
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I grew up thinking I was not the “athletic” type. Any sort of team sport stressed me out, the fear of letting down the team took away all the fun. Fitness tests in elementary school were a nightmare, never got better than a bronze. Less than a month away from my 40th birthday I was feeling slow and sluggish all the time, a view of me sitting from the side depressed me, where did all those rolls come from? Then I saw a sign….Orleans Adventure Boot Camp! I got up the nerve, signed up the day before it started and immediately started fearing “What have I got myself into?” I was scared and nervous, this was so out of my comfort zone.
To my surprise it was a very friendly, uncompetitive and fun atmosphere. I could tell I was getting stronger, daily things like carrying the kids and other heavy objects all seemed like much less effort, I was even enjoying running with the kids to school! One of the greatest moments was trying on new clothes to find that they all just hung better on me now, that thicker middle was dissapearing. I only planned on doing the camp for one month but I ended up staying for three years, it is so much fun. Every day was different, Adrian incorperated good excersizes into games and challenges, it was fun to run around like a kid again. He’s always introducing new ways of excersizing into the camps…kettlebells, ropes, gym sticks, anything new and effective will be tried at Boot Camp.
Honestly Orleans Adventure Boot Camp really changed alot of my life in such a positive way. I have a whole new attitude about excersize (it’s fun and I feel so great afterwards!) I’ve made great new friends who have become part of my daily life. The nutrition seminars have helped me be more responsible about what I’m putting into the “machine”. I feel younger, stronger and yes ATHLETIC! Thanks Adrian!
Before I started working out at 180 fitness, I was having difficulty sleeping, keeping up with my kids and getting motivated to do anything active. Before I gained the weight I was working jobs that required lots of physical effort and participating in sports that kept me fit. As I got older and changed jobs, I ended up working shift work, I was eating lots of sugary snacks to try to keep my energy levels up, my sleep pattern was all over the place and I had no energy for the sports I used to love.
When I realized if I did not make some lifestyle changes I would not live to see my kids grow-up, I told my wife it was time for us to take some action. We decided to check out 180 fitness and were impressed at the flexibility of the programs. We signed up for a month to try it out and were hooked, with all the support we received and the nutritional advice, we have progressed much faster than we had originally hoped. I have lost over 45lbs and am now wearing clothes I have not been in 7 or 8 years. I am able to keep up with the kids, am sleeping better and over all feel much better.
My name is Sarah Pepper. I’m 25, fit and healthy; which is important to me, not just for the obvious or vain reasons, but because I rely on a certain level of health and fitness to keep myself and others safe. I work as a Special Constable with Oc Transpo Transit Law Unit. We are a “para-police” organization, that looks after all the policing issues, as it relates to transit. We could be involved in anything from a fare dispute between an operator and a passenger, to a domestic assault on the platform, to drug calls, robberies, sexual assaults, etc.
I have been employed in this position for a year and half, and have had a few situations arise where I needed to rely on strength, balance, and overall endurance. In december 2010, I had a foot case through the Vanier neighbourhood. I was pursuing a 17 year old female (fast little thing) for a serious assault she committed against another young person. I caught her. I arrested her. Neither one of us got injured. The pursuit lasted 3-5 minutes (although it felt like 3 hours). It was a night shift, around 23:30hrs, and it was absolutely frigid out. My lungs were burning, and my legs felt like they were full of lead, I was wearing 25-30 pounds of gear, but I was able to pace her until she couldn’t run anymore. She was exhausted. I was fairly tired. But I was prepared. I had practiced running and running and running. And running. And running. And running when I didn’t think I could run anymore; when I didn’t want to run anymore. It was only 3-5 minutes of physical exertion, but I wouldn’t have caught her if I hadn’t had the practice of running in torturous circumstances, ( I really don’t like running and avoid it at all costs, which is why this was was a big deal to me:p)
This past summer, on the same, long night shift, I had two separate arrest situations. I arrested the first male for “indecent act.” He was 6’2″, about 190 lbs, much bigger and much stronger. He resisted the arrest, but ultimately I prevailed by “grounding” him and securing handcuffs on him. I was not injured; he was only a little injured. I thought back on that night, and on my training, and realized, that balance and core strength is what enabled me to take control of this male. Later that shift, around 0500hrs, I had to arrest an intoxicated male. He was very angry, and very drunk. He was about 6’4″, skinny, and lanky. He did not want to be arrested either. I had been working for about 11 hours at this point, I was, both tired physically and mentally, and will never admit again, but also a little…dare I say…scared. Honestly, I was worried he was going to thump me. But all of a sudden, within 15-20 seconds, he too, was face down on the ground, secured in my handcuffs. When push came to shove, literally, I was able to focus my mind (over matter), and work through the exhaustion to keep myself and others safe. I had only some cuts and bruises. He had only a small scrape to the side of his face.
These are the few highlights since I’ve began my job. It is not often I have to rely on the physical training I have accomplished personally and professionally, but I was thankful for it on the above mentioned incidents. It required both mental and physical determination.
Flash backwards three years, to the summer of 2008. I was 22 years old, 5’9″ (not 5’8″, Adrian) and 206 (ish) lbs. I was just graduating university, and was ready to set my career in policing in motion. Except, I was not ready. No where near ready. I was out of shape, and kind of fat. Worse still, was my attitude. I had learned, and reinforced in myself, a victim attitude. Until I met Adrian Delorey and his staff with Adventure Bootcamp and 180 Fitness, I was a victim. It wasn’t my fault I was fat and out of shape. Come on, I’d been a poor student for four years, working full time, going to school full time, and trying to keep scholarships. My ankles hurt because I tore the ligaments in them was I was 6 and 12. My lungs hurt because I had (and still have) allergy related asthma (and I smoked). I had tried and tried to eat healthy, but couldn’t lose weight, so maybe I had thyroid problems, or my body just hated me. Maybe it was because I was getting old . I had always been athletic before college and university, and was able to perform well in competitive sports, so now maybe all the injuries were catching up to me.
One day I saw an ad in booster juice for bootcamp, and felt compelled to check it out. I joined Orleans Adventure Bootcamp for Women in July 2008. That year, I participated in 4 camps. I lost a couple inches, but gained a lot of confidence, started feeling great, and got the ball rolling. Adrian made exercise…well…as fun as it could be, I suppose. I was still overweight, but in a bit better shape. In January 2009 though, something in my head (more likely, my heart) snapped. I was sick of waiting around for someone else to inspire me, for someone else to motivate me, for someone else to hand me my dreams. I decided, that in six weeks from then, I was going to take the police fitness tests required before you’re allowed to apply as police officer in Ontario.
I sought Adrian for help. He was ready and willing. He did everything he could to help motivate me to accomplish a huge goal in a short amount of time. These tests are designed to test endurance, overall strength, and mental perseverance through physical discomfort and pain. We worked so hard. Adrian’s dedication to seeing me pass these tests, only inspired me further. I had even started seeing his on-staff nutrition counsellor, and started eating in an actually healthy way. I was shocked at how mistaken I had been about what is and isn’t “healthy.” Go figure, but I started losing weight. And gaining strength.
A few days before the test, despite all the hard work, I was still unable to pass one of the components we were practicing (the 20 meter shuttle run, to level 6.5, which now is a breeze). He rightfully told me he was unsure how I was going to do on test day. While driving to the tests in Perth Ontario, I thought about that. I thought about Adrian’s dedication, the amount of time (and patience) he’d put in to training me. I had listened to Adrian go on, and on, and on, and on, about “mind over matter.” When I walked in the room to do the tests, I was nervous. I saw the obstacle course I was to complete in a certain time limit, and all the other people who there doing the tests as well. Some were much fatter than I was. Some looked like elite athletes. But we all wanted to be cops. I knew that I can and would be a great police officer; that I was meant for this kind of work. Was I really going to let my dreams go down the toilet, and let all these people take my spot in a police service, because of an “its not my fault” attitude?
It finally dawned on me. Come hell or high water, I was passing these tests. I will run, until I die. I will jump over as many walls (literally) as I need to. I will push this, or pull that, lift and drag whatever they asked me to. I will go as hard as I can, for as long as I can, and I will not stop. I realized, and pardon the crassness, but this was the crap Adrian had been talking about. Just freaking do it.
And I did. I passed. Later that year, by October 2009, I was employed in a position in my field, and on my way. I have since had to re-certify in the same fitness tests, so that I can apply and transfer to a municipal police service (keep your fingers crossed for Ottawa), and its nowhere near the battle it was. Dare I say, its almost easy.
I have maintained a healthy lifestyle, and a healthy mind-style. I now play in a competitive women’s soccer league. The coach decided I was the right player to teach a new position to; one where I have to play for the whole 90 minute game; one where I sprint everywhere I go on the field…good thing I learned to run even when I think I’d rather lay down in front of a train….sigh… I also work out three times weekly, on top of the three times a week I play soccer; not because I always enjoy it, or always have the time for it, or always am super-pumped and hyper fitness crazy (like those other people). But because I can now. I still have a lot of work to do, and more fitness goals to achieve. I’d like to lose another 10-15 pounds, which would bring myself down to a slim 165 pounds. I’d like to continue building upper body and core strength, so when it comes time to birth babies or catch bad guys, I can have positive outcomes. I no longer feel like these goals are outside my reach. I feel like they’re already achieved, its just a matter of time.
For me, breaking down the mental barriers was the trick. Adrian, and his bootcamp and classes, and the way its designed and set up, was exactly what I needed to learn. I learned what I missing,what was holding me back. MIND OVER MATTER. He taught me about pushups, and situps, and have I mentioned, running? But harder than those to teach, he taught me to break down the mental walls, inspire and motivate myself. Just by showing up and caring, day in and day out.
My name is Pierre Cantave; I am a National Match Official with the Canadian Soccer Association. I have been on the National list for 5 years now and hope to stay on for at least another 5 years.
Becoming a National Match Official requires a tremendous level of commitment, and remain on the list is even harder. As a National Match Official, we are considered professional athletes as well as we are required to be in the best possible shape at all times. Within one or two days notice, we can be called upon to officiate a professional soccer match. During a professional game, the referee will cover on average 10 to 15 kilometers combining running, walking, jogging and sprinting, over a period of 90 minutes and occasionally could go as high as 120 minutes.
You must be wondering by now what this has to do with “kettlebells”???
As a National Match Official, we undergo a very stringent physical test twice a year in order to maintain that status. The standards are set by FIFA and the test is made of 2 parts:
Part 1: 50 meter sprint that we must cover in less than 6.2 sec (repeated 6 times)
Part 2: 150 meter sprint in 30 sec., followed by a 50 meter walk in 35 sec.
We must cover a distance of 4000 meters.
At 40 years old, needless to tell you the kind of training that is required to pass this test and maintain the shape. Every year, a number of officials fail this test and their age: from 25 to 32 years old. The Canadian Soccer Association has provided it us a 14 weeks training program to help officials prepare for the FIFA test. I followed the training program last year, but not this year when I met Adrian Delorey (owner of Orleans/Kanata Adventure Boot Camp and AMD Enterprises).
Adrian introduced me to the Kettlebells and this was the beginning of a new era. I started training for the test 1 month before test date. My training consisted of the basic “kettlebell swing” for 30 minutes per day. I maintain a ratio of 30 sec. work and 30 sec. rest. Believe me, this year, the FIFA test was a piece of cake. I never felt so good. I was proud to be among the top performers during the test, at 40 years old. My fellow referees had a hard time believing that my preparation for the test did not consist of running 15 to 20 kilometers per week. I did run more than 10 kilometers for that month of preparation.
Today, I swear by the kettlebell and I will be forever grateful to Adrian for introducing me to this different way of training. I have become a big advocate of kettlebell training, and would highly recommend it to anyone who is committed to a healthier way of life. I am confident that I could easily remain a National Match Official for ever. All athletes should include kettlebells in their training and they will see their performance improve like never before.
National Match Official
Fitness has always been a passion of mine but after having my first child it became harder to take the time to workout. After gaining 50 pounds after my second pregnancy, I was determine more than ever to lose that weight so 5 weeks after given birth, I started slowly going to the gym. I started the Weight Watchers program too. At first it was hard. I wanted to give up but I had alot of support around me. People from the gym I didn’t even know came to see me and were noticing that I was losing weight. That itself was a good motivator. 7 months after having my baby, I had lost 85 pounds!
That was 4 years ago and I still manage to keep it off. I’ve had times where I had to bring myself back on track. However, through that journey, I started realizing that I still had improvement to do in the nutrition and workout area. I started doing the bootcamp where I realized that I was over working out and not eating well enough which caused me to not be able to lose more weight. Adrian’s nutrition seminar opened my eyes and made me realize that I would need to do changes to my nutrition. When you’re used to counting calories, it’s pretty hard to start changing that. He made me realize that I was not eating enough and I was not choosing the right kind of food. I got to admit that changing all your thoughts about nutrition is pretty hard to do but he guides you with the right tools. However, it’s up to you to make that change!
Recently I decided that I needed a new challenge so I decided to do a bodyfigure competition in November 2012. Therefore, my diet that helped me lose that weight after the baby wasn’t enough. I had to drastically change my diet. It’s all about what you put into your body that makes all the difference. I started to follow this healthy strict diet. In one month I lost 9 pounds. In addition, I have a personal trainer to help me with all the heavy lifting. I used to train 2 hours a day, 7 days a week and now I do weights 3 times a week and cardio 2 times a week and I have more results! Losing weight is not easy but I firmly think that if you want it bad enough, you have to visualize the end result and you will get there. “If I can imagine it, I can achieve it. If I can dream it, I can become it”.
You’ll work hard during every workout. This will be challenging BUT NOT IMPOSSIBLE
You will sweat – a lot.
You’ll even be sore at times. (only at first though)
But I promise you that you’ll LOVE it because every workout is accomplished in a fun, motivating and supportive atmosphere
Now is the time to take action. There is no tomorrow -
As this is a before and after contest, I thought I would start with how I got here. In June 2005 Dan and I were married, seven days after we were married my father was diagnosed with inoperable cancer and began palliative care at home. I was rushing from work to my parents house 2-3 evenings a week to spend time with them and help my Mom out. More often than not I was picking up fast food on the way, during the day I would grab a quick lunch from the cafeteria because I had no time to make a lunch the night before. Dan was working long hours and when we wanted alone time we would go to a restaurant to eat to get out and have time together. We quickly started putting on weight. Soon after we were married we decided to start trying to have a family. Just after Christmas that year we found out we were expecting! We decided to wait to tell our families so that my Mom was not worrying about me while caring for my Dad.
My Dad started to go down hill quickly in late January and by mid-February we knew he only had a few days left, we decided to tell our families about the baby we were expecting, we told them on a Saturday afternoon, Sunday evening my Dad died. Monday I started bleeding. The day after my Dad’s funeral we were told that there was no heartbeat for the baby, the baby had died but my body had not recognized it. A week later my body still had not recognized the loss so I had surgery to remove the baby.
There was a lot of seeking comfort in food after that. Dan and I continued to try and have a baby, and the following January I was pregnant again. I lost that baby exactly a year to the day that I lost my Dad and the first baby. At this point my body had betrayed me, I had no interest in taking care of it. I continued to gain weight, we saw some specialists to try to find out about our difficulty getting and staying pregnant, we were tested, I took some fertility meds, still no baby. My body was not taking care of me, so I made no effort to care for it.
The next January (2008) I was pregnant again, you can bet that February was stressful, but this baby stuck! I was nauseous the entire pregnancy, the only solution that worked was to eat large amounts of carbs, I gained SEVENTY POUNDS! (yes 70!) I had a healthy and strong baby girl, and over the next 9 months I lost 60 lbs of the pregnancy weight, we decided to start trying for number 2 in case it took another 3 years to have a baby, this time we got pregnant right away! I was nauseous with this pregnancy too, but ONLY gained 50 lbs. Soon I had newborn baby boy and an 18 month old baby girl, I told myself there since I barely had time to go pee, I could not exercise or diet! I lost most of the baby weight in 3 months, but I was still almost 200lbs and could not shop for clothes in standard size stores. I was uncomfortable, unhappy with my appearance and tired all the time.
When our son was almost a year old and getting ready to walk we realized that if we were going to be able to take care of the kids and be able to keep active with them and teach them an active lifestyle, we absolutely had to make some life changes. We went to visit Adrian at 180 fitness and took the tour. Adrian was sure we were never coming back after the tour. He was wrong! We committed to a month of training. started to exercise, eat better and to get more active and now four months later I have gone from having my size 18 pants that were too tight to wearing size 10 jeans and I just bought a new dress in a size 8. I can’t wait to find a babysitter to go out with Dan!
I have lost 35 lbs and 8 dress sizes. Christmas is our target date for meeting our goal weights, and we are hoping to start trying for baby #3 in 2012. Our goal is to be able to enjoy our time with our kids, teach them healthy habits, be active with them and to feel good about ourselves and hey, if we look happen to look great, well that is a bonus My daughter says “Mommy you look beautiful” and she loves that we can run, run, run all the time now! I have made peace with my body and plan to take care of it, so I can take care of my family for a very long time.
I actually have a lot to thank Adrian for.
In November of 2010, my boyfriend proposed to me and as much as I was extremely happy that I would soon be married, I was extremely stressed and worried because I didn’t quite like the way I was looking. I really wanted to look amazing for this special day therefore decided “THAT IS IT I am getting in SHAPE”. I had went to the gym before but I new the regular gym membership just would not cut it as I would only go sporadically and never seemed to find my motivation to stick with it. I knew I had to make a change in my life, so my mom and I decided to join ADM Adventure Boot Camp and I am really glad I did. In only a couple of weeks my life had changed dramatically for the positive. I began losing those inches but more importantly I was feeling healthier, better about myself, and had a lot more energy. It was a completely different experience than I was accustom to. I learned a lot about my fitness level and nutrition which really translated into results. I was pushed like I had never been pushed before in a workout yet enjoyed challenging myself and felt a great sense of accomplishment in what I was achieving. When my wedding day this past August came around, I was looking great and couldn’t wait to marry the man of my dreams. Now, I find myself doing more activities, I get my friends and family to go workout with me, I eat better, and most importantly I feel great. I love the new ME!
Take it from me….if you do it you will not regret it.
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1. Brenda – My boot camp story started when I was at home with my 7, 5 and 3 year old kids. They were getting involved in soccer, dancing, skating and gymnastics while I was exploring the different varieties of Chips sold at the local grocery stores. My friend and I thought we should start something athletic to be healthier for ourselves and our kids, maybe even shed a few pounds, get fit and get some rock hard abs!! I started Adventure BootCamp in October 2008. I was not overweight, but I was not toned either.
I don’t want to go every morning, but I do need to go. I don’t have the motivation to workout on my own, and that is what Bootcamp provides. My days are complete and I feel happy and healthy after going. The physical part of the program had me feeling great but I didn’t think that I looked great. I started to pay more attention to the diet suggestions from Adrian. I feel this was necessary in waking me up to the benefits of a healthy diet. I now avoid saturated fats and sugars and the results are visual now as much as mental and organic. I do miss the chips, but I don’t miss the back fat and I do look forward to rock hard abs, but I am content with a flat stomach for now. I have noticed an increase in my strength, increased energy levels, and there is definitely some toning happening! Yeah Bootcamp!!!
3. Kristy – Brenda is my “fitness hero”. Brenda and I started bootcamp together 3 years ago and although I have done a few camps, she has committed herself to 5 days/week Adventure Bootcamps at 5:30am AND…has never missed a class in those 3 years. One time, her husband was going to be out of town for a few days and she arranged for a babysitter to sleep overnight so that her children would be taken care of if they woke up just so she could attend bootcamp.
Not only does Brenda enjoy her Bootcamp way of life, but the rest of her family does too. Even her children are well aware of what is, and how to do, a Burpee!!
Brenda does not like to be the center of attention ever but she deserves the recognition. I have never seen someone so committed to bootcamps.