Drake is one of the reasons I love our co-ed Bootcamps. Although most Group Exercise classes tend to be mostly women, sometimes a good dose of testosterone is what’s needed to amp up the intensity and add a little friendly competition. Drake will never say die during a challenge (9 min wall sit, anyone?) but he’s not afraid to do it in florescent orange leggings. I had an email malfunction and he teased me by calling my company Spam Feels Good (jerk! :)) but he also brought banana bread (that he had made with his sons) and candles to Bootcamp on my birthday last year.
The Not So Early Risers class is one of the most social and hilarious groups I’ve ever worked with and a lot of that has to do with the awesome energy that Drake brings to every class.
How long have you been training with us?
Were you always an exerciser? What did you do for your fitness before signing up with FFG?
What made you sign up for a FFG Bootcamp?
Limited time meant I wasn’t exercising like I wanted to. Plus, despite best intentions, I don’t go to the gym or run.
I need a group for motivation.
How has being an FFG Bootcamper changed your life?
I’m in decent shape!
..plus I now know so many more words and phrases from the Urban Dictionary.
(Oonagh’s disclaimer: the – ahem- colourful language of the 9:45am class is not necessarily Fit Feels Good Bootcamp policy. But it’s a bonus 🙂
What do you do when you are not Bootcamping?
Work and kids. And currently obsessing over the Jays.
Amazing suit Drake!
Your superhero name could be Ace Power!
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