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FitFarms opened it’s doors in 2006 and was flooded by women and men worldwide wanting to lose weight, tone up and learn to lead a happier and healthier lifestyle. The UK fitness boot camp was so popular and received press form magazines to broad sheets and even appeared on television. The popularity of the weight loss camp was so great that it started an industry now known as the UK weight loss boot camp market.
These boot camps tend to be military based but there are also some holistic style weight loss boot camps which call themselves UK weight loss retreats. FitFarms kept ahead of the chasing pack by simply offering a better service and a more rounded programme. The typical weight loss boot camp would offer a vigorous fitness programme accompanied by a calorie cutting nutrition programme.
The FitFarms programme differed by not only offering nutrition and exercise the UK fitness boot camp also offered behaviour therapy. The life coaching programme is delivered by the new Course Director motivation coach Gillie Sutherland.
Gillie concentrates on attendees relationships with exercise and nutrition creating a healthier balance between the two different areas. Women come to the UK weight loss boot camp with a negative attitude towards healthy living and they are wanting to make some radical changes in a short period of time.
The 7 day programme changes the women’s attitudes but there is also a 3 month after care programme making sure that all visitors to the fitness camp stay on track.
Sally Bidlake from Launceston in Devon says, “Yes the 7 day programme was challenging but it needed to be to get the weight loss and fitness results. There were times when I felt very much out of my comfort zone but the variety of exercise and the staff motivation just rides you through the programme. There was also great buzz between the group and more often than not we would motivate each other through the weight loss retreat week. I chose FitFarms because it has a non military boot camp approach and I have definitely not regretted my decision. I can recommend this weight loss and fitness week to anyone who wants to lose weight, tone up and really change their lifestyle for the better.”
FitFarms is very popular over the summer months and is the only fitness camp that is already fully booked throughout the month of August. The next available date is September 16th at the Peak District FitFarm. This will be the first of the refresher courses where FitFarms is offering the £250 discount to all returning client.
The refresher weight loss programmes will concentrate on preparing for Christmas. The majority of people tend to put on a few pounds over the Christmas period. FitFarms will be concentrating on teaching clients the 80 – 20 rule to make sure women maintain their weight loss and fitness achievements over this festive period.