ouIn November I had this four month old infant and I was struggling to find my place as a mother and regain my health. I visited gym after gym, none were a fit for me. Enter Baby Boot Camp Baton Rouge. I reached out to get some questions answered and had the pleasure of speaking with Mauree Brooksher, the owner, who come to find out had just had a baby. So she was already winning in my book. I was not answering client emails a week after birth. She helped me sign up for my first class. It was free and I had nothing to lose.
I went to my first class and Christina was teaching. She was sweet. She took the time to calm my baby girl. She brought the fitness to my level (that level where you haven’t worked out in 18 months). I was hooked. All the moms. All the kiddos. I knew I was in the right place. I wanted my Birdie to grow up seeing her mom taking care of herself, becoming strong, mom strong. I know I couldn’t do Baby Boot Camp justice, so I decided to talk to Mauree and interview her in my best Rolling Stone interview skills.
Have you always had a passion for health and nutrition?
Let’s get to what the people what to know, what is Baby Boot Camp Baton Rouge?
I am a mom who is not in great shape, could I still follow along?
What kind of work-outs/classes can a mom expect?
What makes Baby Boot Camp unique?
Is BBC only for stay at home moms?
What benefits are there to bringing your kiddos to work out?
If you could share one thing with a mom, what would it be?
You can get more information about Baby Boot Camp and chat with Mauree yourself by emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org!
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