FitFarms Offers Clients Unique "Post Course Support" for Enrollees in 2013 Programmes

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The UK’s Top Fitness Retreat proves commitment to clients’ success with unique after care programme.

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FitFarms has been widely recognized for years as the country’s number one weight loss and fitness camp by The Sunday Times and The Observer because of the fitness retreat’s repeated successes in helping clients reach their fitness goals. FitFarms aims to maintain this position as leader in the fitness holiday industry by offering a one-of-a-kind after care programme in addition to their popular onsite holistic fitness and nutrition courses.

Sustainability is a core objective of FitFarms’ regimen and one of the reasons behind the fitness retreat’s success. This is also why FitFarms has veered away from the military-style fat camp training and onto a training schedule that focuses on effects that continue past their guests’ stay in the retreat. To make sure this happens, FitFarms is yet again offering its clients a chance to go home with award-winning tailor-made after care programme called FitFarms@Home.

Clients who enroll in any of the onsite programmes for 2013 will be eligible to experience FitFarms@Home, an online service for FitFarms guests who have had the opportunity to be trained by the fitness camp’s Health Team composed of fitness instructors, nutritionists, lifestyle coaches, and other health and nutrition experts; and wish to continue receiving the same guidance and mentorship once they go back to their homes.

The FitFarms@Home programme has been repeatedly successful in motivating guests and bolstering their resolve to lose weight and get fitter, which is why FitFarms has decided to let the course carry over to the rest of their onsite programmes scheduled for 2013. To explain how it works, FitFarms@Home basically allows former guests access to a whole myriad of features such as recipes based on weekly and monthly-updated menus created by Julia FitzGerald, former nutritionist for The Daily Telegraph; videos ranging from motivational talks from the Health Team’s life coaches to exercise demos that will guide viewers on proper techniques to cooking demonstrations which show how to prepare the healthy recipes provided in the menu planner; and a lifestyle journal, among many others.

Although there are standard features available in the programme, each course is developed specifically, based on each individual’s progress and learnings in one-to-one consultations with their mentors during their stay at the FitFarms locations. This ensures that each guest will receive the best solutions to their health and fitness issues, with continuity.

Logging into FitFarms@Home is a way to continue reaping the benefits and advantages of the onsite FitFarms weight loss programme, which was recently reviewed to increase weight loss results even more than before. Guests who follow through with the home-based support course will learn how to fully-integrate the things they’ve learned in the camp into their regular lives so they upgrade to healthier lifestyles. Through the site, they will learn to cook balanced, portion-controlled but tasty meals at home, and how to include exercise into their daily life patterns by making it something to look forward to.

The best part of the FitFarms@Home post-retreat support is that it comes with a free membership for anyone who’s gone to any of the FitFarms retreats in Somerset, Derbyshire, and Dorset. The company encourages each former guest to log onto the FitFarms website in order to continue their healthy lifestyle experience at no extra cost.

To gain eligibility for FitFarms@Home, potential guests are first urged to book a stay at any of the FitFarms locations.

Visit our Website to learn more about the Programmes and connect with us on Social Media:

Website: http://www.FitFarms.co.uk
Facebook: Facebook.com/TheFitFarmsClub
Twitter: Twitter.com/#!/Weight_Loss_UK
Youtube: Youtube.com/user/TheFitFarms

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