New Website FatCampFinder.com to Make Finding and Comparing Weight Loss Camps Easier

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FatCampFinder.com is a high-powered database and search tool that allows users to seek fitness programs and “fat camps” in their geographic area. The user-friendly search interface allows users to browse by state, and entries for each program come with contact information, price range, and a basic assessment of the services offered.

Hopefully, you will be able to find a weight loss camp that not only fits your needs but is also fairly close to home.

There is nothing easy about losing weight, but often the most frustrating part isn’t the dieting or the exercise, but simply finding the program or plan that best fits your fitness goals and lifestyle. There are exercise groups and personal trainer programs located in cities and towns all over America, but the sheer abundance of these programs makes it hard to distinguish the good ones from the bad. FatCampFinder.com addresses this problem by providing a searchable online database devoted to helping users locate “fat camps” in their area.

Company owner Jason Kay says the inspiration for FatCampFinder.com came from surveying other web databases. “There are sites that allow you to search for jobs and used car sales in your area. Creating a site that allows you to search for fitness opportunities seemed a natural fit for folks who are serious about losing weight, or about their kids losing weight.”

Indeed, the newly-launched FatCampFinder.com provides information about “fat camps” located throughout the country, and even includes detailed information about how each program works. Users can find contact information—including a web address, phone number, and mailing address—for each program, and also a basic price range. The FatCampFinder.com database also includes brief summaries describing some of the special amenities or promotional offers of each program.

For example, the entry for one fitness program notes that free trials are available, along with customizable programs that conform to the client’s daily schedule. The entry for a different camp references its mixture of “cardio, weight training, and stomach-flattening exercises.” Kay says the point of the site is to “allow users to make well-informed decisions, whether they’re looking for the perfect program for themselves or for their child.”

But the real value of the site, Kay says, lies in its easy-to-use search interface. The ever-expanding database of fitness programs includes locations across the country; users can sort programs by their geographic area to ensure maximum convenience. “Hopefully, you will be able to find a program that not only fits your needs but is also fairly close to home,” observes Kay.

With a combination of adult- and child-oriented fitness camps, the database at FatCampFinder.com offers options for everyone. The database is constantly being update, meanwhile, with new entries and an ever-expanding geographic focus. Kay says the ultimate goal is for the site to be as comprehensive a list of fitness programs as it can possibly be.

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