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Take the train … and get slimming at a post-Christmas boot camp

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Feeling a bit flabby after all the festivities? Get training – book a place on a fitness bootcamp and travel by rail for the perfect detox break. You can trim down the cost, as well as your waist, by checking our journey planner for cheap train tickets too.

Take the train to King’s Lynn … and shape up after Christmas

Give your New Year’s fitness resolutions a kick-start by taking the train to King’s Lynn for
a military style boot camp experience with No.1 Boot Camp.

You’ll be in good company too – a whole host of celebs credit No.1 Boot Camp for helping them to shed the pounds, including actress Tamzin Outhwaite, Big Brother stars Chantelle Houghton and Chanelle Hayes, model Sophie Anderton, TOWIE stars Mark Wright and Gemma Collins, and Hollyoaks actor Jamie Lomas.

According to No. 1 Boot Camp, typical weight losses at their Classic Boot Camp are between 5lbs and 14lbs after a week of exercising in the Norfolk countryside and on the beach, receiving health and nutrition advice and enjoying tasty, healthy food, but some boot campers have lost more than 18lbs. You can also enjoy some pampering beauty treatments as well, so it’s not all hard work.

No.1 Boot Camp also organises short stay mid-week and weekend camps, mini boot camp sessions in parks and elite boot camps for people wanting to push their fitness levels even further.

Take the train to Kent … and work off the Christmas turkey

If you’ve enjoyed the turkey and trimmings a bit too much this year, don’t just feel guilty about it – take the train to Kent and work off that extra weight on a GI Jane Bootcamp. You’ll be pushed to the limit when you attend one of these military-style training courses, so you can start the New Year on the right track, feeling healthy and empowered.

GI Jane Bootcamp offers taster days, mid-week courses, weekend camps and week-long camps, so there’s no excuse for backing out, however busy your schedule. Since the company started, GI Jane’s fitness bootcamp courses are for women-only, but they’ve just introduced a new GI Joe Bootcamp for men as well.

The boot camps take place in various venues on the Kent / Sussex borders, and are always within an hour’s train ride of London, so getting there is simple. Famous GI Jane Bootcamp participants have included Kerry Katona, Coronation Street’s Michelle Keegan and TOWIE’s Amy Childs.

Take the train to London … and get fit in the park

If you really can’t afford to take a week out to work out, it doesn’t mean you can’t go to bootcamp. Hop on the train to London and try out one of New You Boot Camp’s ‘Fitness Days’.

New You Boot Camps run a range of longer courses, with celeb clients including Michelle Heaton and Abi Titmus. But the company’s new ‘Fitness Days’ allow you to get a taste of bootcamp-style workouts in a single day.

Sign up to one of the monthly London courses, which take place in Finsbury Park and Richmond Park, and you’ll enjoy – well, benefit from – six hours of military-style exercise. And, of course, if you’re travelling by train, you’ll be able to sit back and rest your weary muscles on the way home.

Have you been to a fitness bootcamp? Are you planning on going to one in the New Year? Let us know by leaving a comment below …

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