FitFarms is Offering £300 Off its November Camps both on Exmoor and the Peak District

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The FitFarms and FitParks Women only camps are serious about helping their clients lose weight and tackling obesity.

Statistics released in 2010 by the NHS showed an alarming fact about the state of the nation's waist lines. 25% of women over 16 in 2008 were classified as obese (BMI 30kg/m2 or over). Women were more likely then men (44% and 34% respectively) to have a raised waist circumference.

Using both BMI and waist circumference to assess risk of health problems, for women: 15% at increased risk; 17% at high risk and 24% at very high risk.

Many visitors to a FitFarm weight loss boot camp have noted a complete life changing experience which has not only improved health for the long-term but has helped elevate their confidence and wellbeing in all things work and play. FitFarms is a modern fat camp and is truly life changing and that is why it is so popular with people of all shapes and sizes. Obesity is just one reason.

Whether clients want a full escape to one of the weight loss retreat locations two locations in the UK to experience the non boot camp FitFarms or if women want to opt for a more gentle approach in local parks with FitParks, there are options available to facilitate weight loss and maintain fitness and nutrition levels for a healthier woman.

Forget extreme boot camp, FitFarms is the ideal fitness holiday of choice for women across the UK who seek a healthier and fitter lifestyle that is both sustainable and achievable all on home soil and in a fun environment.

In both Exmoor and the Peak District women can kick start a healthy new lifestyle led by a team of health experts and professionals who together create exercises, nutritional guidance and information and workshops all designed to achieve weight loss and an overall healthier lifestyle. The 7 day holidays ensure a continued pattern of fitness with post course programmes and support extended to 3 months to ensure the new results are maintained.

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