Langley Bootcamp Changes Its Name from The Bootcamp Effect BEFIT

Moving forward, The Bootcamp Effect will be known as BEFIT.

Langley, Canada, June 30, 2017 --( Founded in 2010, The Bootcamp Effect was all about change. An encompassing statement about changing bodies, mindsets, and lives through fitness. It was a statement about what would happen if you committed yourself to their bootcamp sessions in Langley.

Now 7.5 years later, Bootcamp Effect has become BEFIT, and it has really grown into something much more than just a bootcamp. Their staff is not part time trainers between jobs, they are professional fitness coaches, who are intellectually involved with your training and conscientiously gathering data on you whenever you walk through their doors.

They see which muscles are strong, which are weak. Analyze your body language when you train to see if you are in pain, stressed, or fatigued. They go the extra mile in their education, program design, modifications and nutrition. They're not in the business of fast food training. You can survive on fast food, but it's not optimal long term for your health and results. They are not babysitters for you to train with weights, rather professional personal training coaches, raising the bar for others in the industry, and innovating group fitness program design.

And it's how they've been voted best gym in Langley multiple years in a row.
"Our goal is to provide that group personal training experience. And moving forward, you will see the phrase 'personalized group training' in the forefront of our branding as an attempt to further personalize the 3 levels in our sessions, your mobility, and your nutrition to where you are on the your health and fitness journey," says founder Josh Saunders.

"BEFIT is ultimately short for Bootcamp Effect Fitness. Our name still remains a statement. Instead of The Bootcamp Effect (which describes the result), we are now BEFIT (the action to attain it). Because over the years, we've learned to coach our members to focus on their behavior goals that they can control like exercising regularly and eating whole food, rather than on their outcome goals (like weight loss)."

For more information, contact BEFIT via email at or
Josh Saunders