The underlying theme with many training practices in the fitness industry is very similar to McDonald’s. Unskilled labor mass producing inferior burgers but billions and billions served. It doesn’t matter if it’s a morning bootcamp with pink kettlebells, a speed camp with cool underarmour shirts similar to the free toy in a happy meal, or the elite athlete endorsing the magical bracelet, quick fixes are often deceptive. Instead of complaining about parents being duped by 4 day speed clinics with treadmills, what should one do? Educate the parents. Many moms and dads are professionals and didn’t get that way without having a good head on their shoulders. Writing a good consumer report guide on what to look for when working with a coach can enlighten them without sounding negative. A good way to talk to parents is to ask questions and share options. By creating transparency, the consumer can better understand slow cooking is better at the end.