FitFarms are launching weekends and return guests are receiving a 5% discount

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The weight loss retreat weekends will be starting early January and return guests are already booking in looking for a new challenge.

FitFarms Weight Loss Retreat

The FitFarms weight loss retreat company in UK opened their gates to the public back in 2006 and the results have been incredible.

The average weight loss is over 7lbs but more importantly guests always keep the weight off due to an after care programme that is detailed and tailored to the guests needs.

This is post course support programme has earnt FitFarms the title of UK's No.1 Weight Loss Boot Camp company and they seem to be going from strength to strength.

The long weekends will run from Friday midday through to Monday Midday giving a full four days of exercise.

The Fitness Camp health team have devised a metabolic boosting workout programme that is sure to lower weight, tone up the muscles and increase fitness levels.

The nutrition programme has always played a major part in the FitFarms weight loss camp and the weekends will be no different.

Designed by the Fitfarms in house nutritional therapist the programme will be based on balancing the blood sugar levels and adjusting portion size.

The last part of the weekend fitness retreat programme and probably the most important is the behaviour therapy.

This part of the programme has been designed by live and motivational coach Gillie Sutherland.

Changing the way guests feel about exercise and nutrition and embedding new healthy habits is key to a successful long term healthy lifestyle.

Gillie has also created the post course programme that will be available for the weekend guests.

The post course programme is detailed for 3 months and then followed up by a lifetime of support through healthy recipes and motivational videos.

The weekends will be advertised on the FitFarms website in the month of August.

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