For those of you who have seen reality TV shows where celebrities go to boot camps in order to lose weight you may be interested in the concept of a weight loss boot camp for yourself in order to drop those pounds. Weight loss boot camps in the UK offer a wide variety of services in order to help you cut down on some weight. A lot of the boot camps try to create an atmosphere that’s not dissimilar to being in the army, with assault courses taking place on a regular basis, as well as huge fitness regimes.
Weight loss boot camps are usually open to both males and females, however the activities that are done by females is different to that done by males. This is because male bodies and female bodies are different in the way they work and so the boot camps have to tailor their programmes in order to ensure that they are offering the most efficient way to lose weight to both the different genders.
Weight loss boot camps are now increasingly offering one-day or weekend long events to get people initiated into what’s it is like being in a weight loss camp so these are good taster sessions to visit in case you’re thinking about signing up. Some (sadistic?) companies also use weight loss boot camps for corporate events.
For weight loss boot camps in the UK, prices are usually around the £1000 mark for a week in the camp. This may seem expensive to some people but you should see it as an investment in your future self rather than money that’s just being wasted. You also have to bear in mind that not only does that cover the cost of weight loss experts helping you out to lost weight but it also covers accommodation for a week plus all the social activities you’ll do whilst you’re there.
Weight loss boot camps are generally located in rural areas so that you can get outside into the great outdoors for your exercising, which to people who live in the centre of a big city it might even feel like a holiday (almost). This does mean that getting there can be a little difficult but the boot camps are big organisations and will be able to provide you with good information on how to get there, including the best trains to catch and often provide you with a detailed timetable for the right trains.