Go on the bootcamp adventure and help yourself to a trimmer, fitter, more toned body Friday 11 April 2008 PDF Print Are you fit to face the summer? Does the thought of throwing off the layers of camouflage and getting into lighter, tighter summer clothes fill you with horror? Does the prospect of revealing your lumps, bumps and cellulite in a bikini have you dashing for another jumper? You can’t do anything to stop the summer coming, but it’s not too late to get in shape and help yourself to a body to be proud of. In just four weeks you could have a fitter, more toned and shapely body thanks to former international athlete and Gladiator Kate Staples and her team. Kate has brought the Adventure Boot Camp programme to the UK from America and hundreds of women have already benefited from the combination of strength, stamina, toning and flexibility training, nutritional advice and motivational advice. “Come to boot camp for just one hour a day, for five days a week and you’ll start to see the difference long before the four weeks are over,” says Kate. And she knows all about the battle for fitness. After being forced to retire from athletics and from Gladiators when a devastating fall left her with her neck broken in two places, she fought her way back to fitness and became a personal trainer, quickly attracting a diary full of celebrity clients. “When I heard about the Adventure Boot Camp, I went on an intensive training programme in California and became the first, and only, person to bring it to the UK,” she said. The first camp was at Esher in Surrey and Kate has gathered a glittering team of former Olympic athletes to join the bootcamp phenomenon. Double Olympic decathlon champion Daley Thompson is a director and camps at Guildford and Wimbledon are run by former Olympic pole vaulter and TV Superstars champion Brian Hooper and Olympic judo silver medallist Ray Stevens. New camps are opening soon in Manchester, where Diane Youdale – Kate’s former Gladiator colleague Jet – will be putting the clients through their paces, in Hayward’s Heath, Sussex, where the UK’s pole vault champion Nick Buckfield is the trainer, and at Ascot in Berkshire, where the trainer is Tony Lester, a respected Olympic coach, who will be taking three athletes to Beijing. “Further venues in London, Berkshire and Oxfordshire are planned later this year, all with high profile trainers,” says Kate. “Adventure bootcamp is all about fun and challenge. Everyone is welcome, no matter what their size or fitness level as long as they are determined to do their best. Most of the training is outside, so you don’t need specialised gym equipment and you will be able to continue the exercises yourself after Boot Camp is over.” “Best of all, it’s very affordable. Where else could you train with an elite athlete or former Olympian for under £250 for 20 sessions?” Find out more by visiting the website at http://www.fitnesscamp.co.uk/index.html -Ends- Journalists who would like to interview Kate, Daley, Brian or Ray, discuss reader offers or competitions or try Kate Staples Adventure Boot Camp for themselves, please contact: Lesley Keen at Tony & Lesley Keen PR on Tel: 01483 764729 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Tony & Lesley Keen PR in the following categories: Health, Leisure & Hobbies, Women's Interest & Beauty, Sport, Retail & Fashion, for more information visit http://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.