When does training and bootcamp get you more comfortable?
It’s been a rough year for bootcamp companies like Flurry and RocketJump.
The startup has been slammed for not following the best practices of its competitors in terms of training and quality, and for not having a proper product to launch its own product.
On Monday, however, it seems to have found a new way to survive.
In a post on the Flurry forums, CEO and founder Ryan J. Suter wrote that his company has been able to “turn around the entire business” by launching two new bootcamps.
The first, Flurry Training, was launched on January 15th.
Sutter wrote that Flurry is a free-for-all for anyone who is interested in “trying something new and different, and really looking for a way to grow their skills and skillset.”
The second is RocketJump Training, which was founded by founder Matt T. Breen.
Bresh announced the first Bootcamp on Friday.
The company is focused on a “bootcamp model” where students take a class and work out for two weeks, but can also work out with mentors to take another class.
In addition to the Bootcamp, RocketJump also offers a series of classes and workshops called Bootcamp X. These classes are for those looking to get into the Bootcamps themselves.
It is unclear if Breen is offering a similar program to Flurry, but he does offer a free program for those who want to start their own bootcamp, according to the company’s FAQ.
Barenne said that the company has “started two bootcamp companies with a new product,” and that it has “many more to come.”
The company has said that it is working on an official site, but it hasn’t said much about how the company will be organized.