If you’re looking to get fit, you may have tried a number of solutions over the years, and many of them probably haven’t worked. But have you tried a bootcamp? Bootcamps are growing fast, and are quickly becoming one of the most popular ways to get fit. So what are they, and why are they growing in popularity?
A bootcamp can take a number of forms. There are military bootcamps, which put you through your paces in a gruelling fashion. Frequently run by former military employees themselves, military bootcamps often last up to a week, and are a real shock to the system.
Fitness bootcamps are often run by non-military personnel, and there are also some female-only bootcamps which provide a strenuous, yet less punishing approach. In these bootcamps, you will often find a variety of fitness routines, including dance and Nordic Walking!
Modern bootcamps are developing further options, especially given the parlous economic situation, and have developed options such as one-day bootcamps, which give people a taste of what a full bootcamp might be like. They also provide advice on nutrition, ensuring that bootcampers enjoy the best possible food during their stay, and that they can carry it on afterwards.