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SPRING 2014 8 WEEKS CHALLENGE


The Chief's Original Bootcamp, Malaysia September Military Corporation (pronounced as "Military Kor") intake is open for registration. 

If you are interested to participate in the forthcoming 8 Weeks Challenge which began with September intake, please register and pay for both September and October at http://www.cobc.biz/#!training-schedule/c72u and register your interest for the 8 Weeks Challenge at www.8WeeksToWow.com.au

A note to recruits that had purchased the Groupon Voucher: 

a) The Groupon voucher can be used as payment for September but you will need to enroll and pay for October to participate in the 8 Weeks Challenge. For best promotion, click http://www.cobc.biz/#!cobc-fees-/c1xu1. Groupon recruit can subscribe to all promotion listed except for Virgin promotion.

b) The Groupon voucher is only valid for first time registration (recruit that had never participate in the monthly Chief's Original Bootcamp training) but we are pleased to extend the Groupon promotion to recruit that had stopped working out with the Chief's Original Bootcamp (COBC) for more than a year.

The registration for the 8 Weeks Challenge will be open on 23 August 2014 and it is best for you to register your interest now so you will receive all the updates. 



Challenge yourself for the best health and physical transformation in as little as 8 weeks and your dream body or the body that you never thought of having, can be yours.

The 8 Weeks challenge is an 8 weeks of commitment to a lifestyle change that comprised of your regular 8 weeks of COBC Military Corporation training (2 months), a home workout programs, a regular email support from Gunny Brabon; COBC co-founder from Australia to keep you in track, and loads of healthy recipes to get your body to accustom to a lifestyle change. You will also get a chance to win AUD5,000 (approximately RM15,000) if you are voted to be the best transformed recruit.

Stay Tuned for more information on the 8 Weeks Challenge Spring 2014. 

HOOYAH!! 

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