(PRWEB UK) 29 October 2013
FitFarms, the UK’s most popular fitness retreat is set to launch a new series of holistic wellness and weight loss retreats starting on 6th December of this year.
The company, which just recently held its milestone 200th weight loss retreat earlier this year, believes that the best way to lose weight is not through military boot camp-styled exercises but through a more holistic approach that involves combining exercise with proper nutrition and general lifestyle improvement. This makes FitFarm’s method of incorporating fitness and weight loss into daily life makes the planned December fitness camps perfect for getting people ready for the all the hearty meals involved in holiday festivities.
There will be three December weight loss camps to be held on the 6th and 9th of the month in the Dorset FitFarms location; with options for 7-night mixed courses or 3 or 4-night courses for women only. Each of the three fitness workshops include a mix of exercise routines like cycling, resistance exercises, swimming, salsa dancing, and tai chi, among others; dietary plans and cookery workshops from nutritional therapists; individual consultations with health team members and life coaches; and eligibility for the well-received post-course exercise and nutrition plan called FitFarms@Home.
These upcoming residential weight loss retreats are based on the company’s tried-and-tested, multi-awarded programme which aims to help guests benefit from sustainable weight loss and develop a positive outlook on nutrition and exercise that they may carry over to their daily lives.
Like in all of the previous FitFarms fitness camps, for the 6th and 9th December camps, each guest will have the advantage of having a one-to-one consultation with an expert mentor who will make sure that each client follows a training schedule that is personalized according to their long and short-term goals.
These end of the year camps will be held so that clients can end the year 2013 right and gear up for a healthier, fitter 2014. Clients who sign up may look forward to learning how to eat right, especially during the coming holiday season, and how to incorporate exercise into their regular schedules. In fact, to make sure that guests retain what they have learned in the FitFarms retreat, anyone who checks in at FitFarms is automatically entitled to access the 3-month after care programme on the FitFarms website (http://www.fitfarms.co.uk) where they can continue getting support from the health team mentors.
Interested parties are invited to sign up now for the December pre-holiday fitness retreats while there are still some vacancies. After the fitness retreats on 6th and 9th of December, the next planned retreats, as of press time, will be a women-only course on the following year at 2nd May, 2014.