The 10 Best fitness boot camps
Whether you want gentle instruction or need a sergeant-major shouting to get you going, try an exercise break
Tuesday 08 January 2013
This boot camp serves nutritious food as a core part of the fitness plan. A week's stay includes plenty of exercise and healthy living workshops.
Get in shape surrounded by the utmost luxury. Hike, tone up and play team games, then relax in the spa and enjoy meals by world-class chefs.
The idea is to help you shed nine-12ins (girth, not height), this combines luxury with sergeant-major-type instructors.
Enjoy five-star accommodation as you take on mountain-biking, boxing, hiking and zip wires, with encouragement from expert instructors.
Expect a "non-boot-camp, holistic approach", which aims to build a healthy relationship with food and exercise that will last long after you leave.
This Somerset camp is set in a country house with 23 acres of grounds. New You involves 12 hours of training each day, but also yoga and massage.
People of all fitness levels go to this Devonshire camp, training under the watchful eye of a team of Royal Marine physical trainers.
A women-only boot camp that enrols a small group of 18 for each course, meaning you get a lot of individual attention during the week.
This boot camp will have you doing everything from abseiling to orienteering. Set in beautiful Galloway, it feels like a breath of fresh air.
One of the leading residential fitness camps in the North, its "non-military"-style gets you moving at your own pace. Lots of adventure activities.
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