When planning your holidays this year, why not consider a week that could change your life for the better.
Filling a niche in the weight loss/health and fitness camp markets, Weight Loss Retreats is a totally new concept which combines a week of intensive physical activity with comprehensive cookery and nutrition workshops.
The opposite of a short-term fix "boot camp", the unique Weight Loss Retreats approach works by working with participants to achieve sustainable weight loss and personal health goals. Not only do participants get a fitness boost, they also come away armed with a range of practical tools to ensure they continue to eat healthily.
And thanks to the Weight Loss Retreats’ resident experts – including a life coach, nutritionist, fitness trainer and yoga instructor – the results speak for themselves.
Since launching in 2007, Weight Loss Retreats participants have shown some impressive results. On average, they have lost 2 inches of their waist, 4.5lbs in weight and nearly 1.5% loss in body fat – in just one week.
And despite being hard work, over 80% of people who have attended a Weight Loss Retreat say they would come again.
Based in Devon near the Exe Valley and close to the beautiful Exmoor National Park, Weight Loss Retreats comprise a wide variety of activities.
A typical day would include:
- 6.45 Stretch n move workout
- 8.00 Breakfast
- 8.30 Lake Walk
- 12.00 Fitball workout
- 13.30 lunch
- 18.30 Team relay
- 14.15 Cookery workshop
- 15.15 Upper body /Boxercise
- 16.00 Tai chi/Yoga
- 17.30 Dinner
- 18.45 Team games
- 19.45 Exercise workshop / film
A typical day’s food would be summer fruits with honeyed oat topping for breakfast; Carrot & Cumin Soup, Spanish Tortilla with Tomato & Green salad for lunch and Thai fish cakes with rice noodles, steamed vegetables & chilli dipping sauce for dinner.
Suitable for all ages, sizes and fitness levels, a week long residential stay at a Weight Loss Retreat starts at £799 which includes accommodation, meals and all activities.
For more information contact Sam Westcott