September 2, 2016 at 8:58
Posted by Rachael Woolston

I’ve been inspired to start running again

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The Lewes boot camp was a fantastic experience. I was apprehensive before starting, having never done any thing like this before, but each session was fun and inclusive. And there was always a focus on technique and how to improve on things. I’m inspired to start running again, having not run for many years, thanks to the coach, Rachael and the new friends I met on the course.

Ingrid Kane (centre)



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Celebrating Runuary – run every day in January

February 1, 2016 at 10:01
Posted by Rachael Woolston

This January, we invited women to join our online Facebook group and attempt our virtual challenge of running every day.

It didn’t matter how far or fast, it was just about keeping consistent. It has been an absolute blast. Some managed it every day, right the way through the month. Others were inspired and ran more than they would otherwise have done so. We’ve had runners clocking up runs in Paris, Switzerland and Bangkok. But what else has it achieved ?

In terms of statistics, only counting those who ran every day, we clocked up a total of 947.3 miles (some ran 33 miles in a month, others up to 200 miles) and climbed 51,732 feet. This is the equivalent of running to Scotland and back. And with the peak of Mount Everest standing at 29, 035 feet, we scaled it almost twice.

But statistics aside, it is the positive effect that it has had on those who took part that has been most impressive of all.

 

Runuary made me realise that everyone finds it hard to get out the door when you are busy with work, family or feeling tired. But where there is a will there is a way. As each woman reported back on their run it built up a real buzz about our love for running and seeing so many windswept smiling faces of women enjoying themselves along the way was so motivating. Rain or shine, everyone kept running. Not forgetting the funny posts along the way too – carpark dashes, unisex showers, who’s bum is it anyway?! I think I’ll actually miss Runuary!

Kaz Thomson

 

This challenge has changed the way I think about running, which is now something I fit in everyday. Getting fitter and having looser jeans is a positive consequence.  It was only this time last year that I took up running and after covering 100 miles this month, I’m beginning to feel like I can call myself a runner. My hallway is gradually filling up with muddy trail shoes and soggy trainers as my husband and kids, 8 and 10 are joining in too. We’re now all chasing Parkrun PBs! Thanks to Fitbitch for inspiring us all to get out there and enjoy the benefits, no matter what the weather.

Sarah Crosier

Runuary has not only inspired me to run more but I am enjoying it, which is something that has not happened for a very long time. I have always run alone as I was worried about holding up others. What I realise now is that when you agree to run together, you run at the slowest’s pace whatever that is. Running with others has motivated me to get out there, helped when I was flagging and I’ve got to know some fabulous people #bettertogether.

Laura Marshall

Runuary has been a revelation, helping me to focus on process over goal (running every day regardless of speed or distance) and it’s made me stronger and happier. Sharing daily stories in the online group with other runners – moments of triumph or sheer bloody-mindedness, fast or slow runs, new or experienced runners – has built a bond between us that will last well beyond the month.

Anna Stavrianakis

I started Runuary late on Monday 4th Jan so in my mind, I need to do three more days. I certainly have not done the mileage that all you inspiring ladies have done but the fact I have got out there every day is quite an achievement for me. Thanks for the challenge, support and motivation!

Vanessa Lewis

Last day of Runuary, 6 miles. Felt like 10!! Uphill into snow and ice but wonderful nonetheless! Despite not managing every day I have got my run mojo back, big thanks to the Fitbitch crew yet again for the inspiration!l

Tor Del Federico

 

Runuary formed part of the FREE Fitbitch Challenge Community 2016. Join our community for free, pick a selected challenge every month and win fitness rewards not to mention having your most fitness focused year ever.



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Marathon Training Testimonials

September 4, 2015 at 5:21
Posted by Rachael Woolston

Marathon coaching helped me beat my PB by over 13 minutes

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Personal coaching with someone who is not only a running coach but who has been there, done the training and knows what’s its like to be injured is essential .

I’ve paid for lots of personal training in the past, and no one had the specific understanding of what’s involved in marathon training like Rachael did. The exercises that were set not only focused on what I needed to run a marathon strongly (and beyond – I’ve done an ultra since), but on pinpointing my individual weaknesses so that I could work on improving them.

My stability and core strength are now really strong which has made me a better marathon runner, as well as helping to improve and my endurance and ability to cope with hills and off-road terrain.

Also, having someone as a mentor who I could ask for advice really helped me to pick up tips that were real breakthroughs, such as nutrition advice. I’d often felt sick towards the middle and end of long runs and discovered I didn’t need to take on as many gels as so much running advice made me believe. I also focused on eating more protein and less carb loading.

My goal was to improve on my previous personal best of 4 hours and 13 minutes. I thought I could just manage 4 hours 10minutes but my dream was four hours, which is exactly what I got!
Having such personalised support and coaching was crucial because it enabled me to fit my training around my busy job, secure in the knowledge that the coaching was targeted to helping me achieve my goals.
I not only got a personal best but I enjoyed my training and still managed to have a social life too!
Cath Bevan, 49, paediatric consultant


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Fitbitch Testimonials

August 19, 2015 at 3:32
Posted by Rachael Woolston

FitBitch changed my life, not just my figure

I’d been overweight and unhappy for years when I joined FitBitch. I didn’t know what to expect but I had no idea how much it would transform my life.
It was tough at first but within two weeks I noticed changes, and by the end of four weeks, I’d lost 13lbs.The encouragement from Rachael, via Twitter and in person, and the camaraderie with the other women in the camps makes anything possible.
I’ve since continued with FitBtich and have lost three and a half stone, and my BMI has gone from obese to normal.

FitBitch has changed more than just my figure and fitness but my confidence in all areas of life. And from not being able to run for a bus, I’ve now completed three half marathons with the running club.

It is worth every penny, drop of sweat and aching muscle.

Belinda Muir, 50, a make up artist

 

I’ve discovered the  solution to a slimmer, happier me with FitBitch

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You name it, I’ve tried it, calorie counting, the Cabbage Soup diet, the Norweigan diet, gyms, the lot. Nothing worked until I discovered Fitbitch Boot Camp.

The training is tough but fun, and the trainers inspire you to believe you can do it, and who would believe it? I could! You also get 24 hour diet support via Twitter and the FitBitch healthy recipes have taught me that it is possible to actually eat more, enjoy food and still lose 12lbs in one camp. After almost forty years of searching, I’ve discovered a solution to a happier, healthier slimmer me in four weeks.

Pip Henderson, 41, an actress

 

Who knew exercise could be so much fun and still create such life altering changes

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Five years ago I was an overweight, drinking, smoking party girl who thought exercise was for people with nothing better to do. I didn’t even own a pair of trainers and used to drive my kids to school three roads away.

Who knew exercise could be so much fun? We do everything from boxing and kettlebells, to playground sessions using zip wires. And you even get fun photos on Twitter which really help spur you on.

When you join FitBitch, you become part a community of like minded women, and get trainers who really care about you. They give you exercises specific to you body and fitness level, not the group.

I’ve lost over two stone and FitBitch has given me the confidence to do away with old defintions of who I thought I was. It’s made me realise I can do anything.

Emma Williams, 43, homeopath

 

Fitbitch really works and it’s so much fun

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I joined Fitbitch because I wanted to get in shape for the summer beach volleyball season. It was so much fun, my fitness levels soared and I dropped two dress sizes.

Every session was so inventive and fun. Think adult SpaceHoppers, children’s playgrounds and giant physical board games, there was always something to distract you from the hard work.

Getting up at sunrise meant that I had more ‘me’ time before I even had to think about work. I’ve never tried anything that’s worked so well and is this much fun.

Dr Aleks Krotoski, 40, academic & journalist

Fitbitch is a complete lifestyle overhaul

Fitbitch has been a challenging experience but it’s shown me that hard work really pays off. It’s all too easy not to push yourself in a big group class but the intensive sessions and personal attention you get on a Fitbitch camp really ups the impact – and the results. I’ve lost 5 pounds in my first camp, despite going away on holiday for a week in the middle.

I’ve done a lot of yoga and swimming and some zumba, but Fitbitch is as much a life style overhaul as a fitness class. It really leaves you no place to hide – from yourself or the trainer! If you go out scoffing pizza and caning the beers, you’re going to know all about it at 6.00 am when you’re trying to run up a beach in the rain. If you don’t go out stuffing pizza and caning the beers, running up a beach in the rain can be surprisingly enjoyable. Because the courses are so intensive and stimulating, you quickly feel the benefits and as your stamina and strength grow, your confidence, drive and determination do too. I loved it.

Lizzie Lower, 43, publisher

Fitbitch is the best exercise choice I’ve ever made

Training outside in all weathers has been a revelation. It is so much more motivational, even when the weather is not sunny. In the past, I’ve taken part in the full array of exercise options; aerobic classes, gym memberships and 1:1 personal training and never managed more than 8 weeks before I’ve become bored or frustrated with familiarity of the format.

This September will be my 1st year anniversary of doing Fitbitch and I’ve never once had twitchy feet from boredom – twitchy muscles from squats and lunges are a different matter! I love it, it’s the best exercise choice I’ve ever made.

Marie Knight

I enjoy the gentle supportive competition

In the past, I’ve paid for lots of personal training which has often meant paying narcissists to stare at themselves in the mirror while I struggle. Doing Fitbitch with their small group formats are great because the focus isnt 100% on you, but its OK to speak up with a question and not hold up everyone. It’s also good to see that everyone has some strengths and weaknesses and there is a little bit of gentle supportive competition.

Ruth Farnell

Nothing compares to Fitbitch

I’ve never really contemplated regular exercise but as I’ve got older, I’ve realised how important it is to keep active. I’ve tried plenty of different classes to try and keep myself interested but nothing has compared to FitBitch. I’ve found myself craving exercise and enjoying the feeling of accomplishment. For the first time in my life I can actually say I’m proud the exercise I’ve done. I’ve booked my next camp and I cant wait to start it. I love it!

Melissa Usmar 

 



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Girls Run the World Testimonials

August 10, 2015 at 2:58
Posted by Rachael Woolston

It was a race and a tour of Palma in one

Lyndsey Clay

I signed up for Palma during a bootcamp, feeling inspired by the fitness kick and the all female group of fun girls who were also signing up. Also thought it was a great challenge to do my first half marathon and make a weekend of it, and keep up the fitness I’d worked up at bootcamp (and lose a few pounds in the process!)

On the run sessions designed to train us for the half, we were all listing the same worries of coping in the heat, hoping we wouldn’t get an injury, what to eat before a race, what to wear and ensuring we were fit enough to get a good time! It was great to train with the girls and get to know them ahead of the trip. So it felt like going away with friends by the time the departure date came around.

The trip itself was amazing, we had a beautiful hotel, went to lovely restaurants as a group and had time and space to do our own thing. Smaller groups went out on different trips and at times we’d all bump into each other, or give each the run down of top tips we’d experienced in case anyone else fancied doing the same thing. Other times we all just sunbathed or drank cocktails. It was fab!

The race was so well organised, funny with 25 women at the start line as it just took one girl to say “ I need the loo” and 24 girls then thought “i need the loo”! So queues for porta loos followed! There was great camaraderie at the start line, and throughout the race we cheered each other on. It was a race and a tour of Palma all in one and i loved seeing parts of the city i would never have gotten to as a normal tourist. The live music on route helped keep up momentum, and the many water stations helped keep us cool as it was pretty warm. Passing the finish line was amazing, and i’ll never forget it. Or getting to put flip flops on afterwards – heaven! Standing in the sun with our medals, beers and bananas with all the girls and their smiley faces was one of the best moments for me. We were all battered but loved it. And we’d done it!

The evening celebratory meal just topped it off, we had an amazing room in a historic restaurant all to ourselves, drank too much wine and nattered all evening about our race experiences. Everyone was so supportive, and we were all super proud of each other. I absolutely loved it!

Lyndsey Clay, 36, Corporate Planning, Girls Run the World, Palma trip 2012

 

 



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Run Club Testimonials

August 5, 2015 at 11:32
Posted by Rachael Woolston

I’ve gained fitness, self confidence and friends who are like a second family

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I’m Anna, and I’m a runner.  That’s not a phrase you would have heard cross my lips until a couple of years ago.

I’ve always loved sport, and tried my hand at loads of different ones, but being “a runner”? Nah.

That was until I started running with Fitbitch. I’ve learned techniques that have changed my running posture (you try holding Pringles whilst sprinting and not crushing them…), developed core strength and stability (squats and burpees are your friend, honest!), cultivated mental fortitude and confidence to keep pushing (when really I wanted to cry), smashed my ParkRun personal best, and made a group of friends that feel like my second family.

Running gives me headspace, fitness, confidence and friendship. But sometimes it’s just about the running.

Anna Stavrianakis (second from left ), 37, university lecturer

I could run 5km in 40 minutes, now I’m sub 25

I joined Fitbitch because I wanted to get fitter and reach my first 10km, as well as gain coaching advice on my running technique and to meet new people.

I’d never done anything remotely sporty before, and the only running I’d done was via the Couch to 5km IPhone app.

The first run we did was a five mile trail run through Stanmer Park which was gorgeous. It was challenging but everyone was so encouraging and supportive, it kept me going.  I was absolutely hooked from that moment.

Running with Fitbitch is awesome, you learn loads and you push yourself much more than you’d ever do alone. When I joined Fitbitch, I could just about run 5km in around 40 minutes. Now, I’ve got that down to a below 25 minutes and have not only run 10km races, but half marathons too – plus I’ve lost so much weight.

I’d never have achieved this without the support of the Fitbitch coaches and community.

I’ve met and made friends and met some of the kindest, funniest, most inspirational women I’ve ever met.

Alice Reeves, 29, digital content strategist

 

It’s fantastic being able to train with my daughter
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Running with my daughter, Romy has given a new dimension to our relationship. It allows me an insight into her character I’m not sure I would have witnessed if we hadn’t done the course together.
I see how determined she is, how much she can push herself, how much she likes to be challenged and how strong she is, physically & mentally.
I want her to know that anything is achievable in life, and running is a great metaphor for her to understand this!
She’s become much more interested in fitness since taking up running, even using her Christmas money to buy new kit. Best of all, she is now confident enough to volunteer to run 800m at school sports day.
It’s made her more confident and I love the fact that I get to share the experience of running with her. It allows her to see me in a new light too; I’m not just a mum!

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I’ve really enjoyed the course which has made me realise how much I love running. Rachael challenges me to do my best and it makes me feel really proud of myself.
She never doubts that I will be able to do anything and doesn’t treat me differently just because I’m a child.
It’s also nice to be involved with such a different mixture of women who are all really nice. And I love doing it with my mum, even though I’ve discovered we’re quite competitive on the sprint finish!

Tanya Taylor, 41 and Romy, 12, mother of four

I’ve achieved so much in one running course

 

Every session of the course, Run for the Hills, was different and while each was challenging, it left me with such a great sense of achievement each time.

Before this course, I didn’t feel strong or capable enough to do hill repeats but now, I feel confident and a better runner.

The group support was amazing and it never felt like we were competing, but helping each other to be the best we could be.

Rachael is great at inspiring and motivating the group, and believing in each of us and what we can achieve. I also loved the yoga at the end of the session, the perfect complement to a challenging session.

Sarah Crosier, 39, IT project manager

I went from 500metres to 10km in ten weeks

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When I joined I couldn’t run 500m and on my last session, ten weeks later, I ran 10km off road!  Rachael is an amazing coach who believed in me, which gave me the confidence to keep on running.

Whilst, I thought I was built to eat cake, she proved to me that I was also built to run and eat cake!

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Fitbitch trail running courses are incredible

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For introducing you to the sheer feelgood bliss of running in beautiful countryside, the weekend and Learn to Run 10km trails course can’t be beaten.

I’ve always been nervous of running on trails, preferring to stick to parks and roads, but Fitbitch running has introduced me to local trails that I didn’t even know existed, giving me the confidence to explore on my own.

Our coach, Rachael gave every one of us personalised advice, to help us improve our technique which helped me to run better and further.

We were all different speeds but Rachael adapted each session so that no one got left behind and we all achieved our goals.

I’ve done Fitbitch boot camps, as well as HiiT and the running club, and the camaraderie and support from everyone involved in incredible.

All of us on our running course enjoyed it so much that we’re planning to meet every week to continue our trail running.

Andrea Childs (far right), journalist, 46

I’ve conquered my fear of running up hills

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I really loved the Run for the Hills course with Rachael. I’ve never enjoyed running up hills, but this course really helped me overcome my fear and actually enjoy them.

I felt a real sense of accomplishment after each session and feel fitter and no longer will fear the hill. I particularly loved ending the class with a yoga for runners session on the beach at sunset.

Rosie Beale, 35, massage therapist

I’ve improved so much and gained my run mojo

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Run for the Hills was the first running course I’ve ever taken, and it’s transformed my running. It was great to join such a positive group and rather than fearing the training, I looked forward to each one.
I’ve learned so much alongside a brilliant group of runners, who have all been so supportive. And most importantly, it’s helped motivate me to get off the sofa and train.
I loved the challenge of doing things I’d not normally think of doing myself, and surprised myself with how much difference it’s made to my technique, endurance and enjoyment of running overall.
Each session finished with yoga and Rachael’s knowledge on the correct form for running and yoga has been a huge benefit in helping to prevent soreness and improve recovery times.
Now, I feel I can go out for a run and push myself to achieve more.
I loved the course so much, I’ve signed up for another one. Being part of such a friendly, supportive group with the added benefit of great coaching is an unbeatable combination.

 Cassie McManus (top row, third right), 37, engineering consultant

Fitbitch running courses are the best

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I had lost my motivation for running after endless runs along Hove seafront, and so I signed up for a 10 mile trail running course to try something new.

There is nothing comparative to the Fitbitch running group to help motivate you, and this course did not disappoint.  It was fun, friendly and informative with great tips from the coaches on how to approach hill running and even when you felt the top of the hill wasn’t in sight, the Fitbitch community got you to the top.

Sally Crundwell, 31, human resources manager

I couldn’t have run a marathon without Fitbitch


I’d progressed from my first 5k to a half marathon training with Fitbitch, so there was no question of training with anyone else after signing up for my first marathon in 2012.  

I knew that lots of people don’t make it to the actual race due to injury and poor training, and I wanted the support and expertise from the Fitbitch running coaches,  as well as the encouragement and friendship of training with a group of women working towards the same goal.

The combination of strength/pace training and long runs on Sunday helped me increase my distance and confidence. And the support of Kate, and the other coaches really helped me get back to training when I came down with an illness in February. Their expertise helped me to adapt my training plan and still accomplish the race.

Fitbitch puts the personal into their group training, which makes all the difference.

Jenny Holmes, 43, human resources executive

From 10km to the ice challenges, Fitbitch has given me the confidence to pursue my dreams

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I ran my first half marathon five months after I signed up for my first training run with Fitbitch as a complete beginner.

Amazing to consider that I had avoided exercise for over 20 years, I didn’t even run for a bus and I only stopped smoking three years ago.

I started running around the park on my own, and just about managed to get to 5km, some of it walking. And so after signing up for the Brooks 10k, I decided I needed help from the Fitbitch.

My first Sunday training run along the seafront was hard but the support I got was incredible. The coaches understand how you’re feeling,  provide useful tips and generally just keep you going.

Not only have I changed as a runner but my body is so different, I’m slimmer,  my clothes fit and it doesn’t matter even if I have the occasional food splurge.

I’ve now run half marathons, hilly trail runs, and am undergoing personal running training to complete the Polar Ice Marathon and Half Marathon in October 2015.

Training with Fitbitch has given me the confidence and the skills to take on any kind of running and challenge.

Clare Lusted, 38, pensions executive

Run for the Hills taught me so much and has made me a better runner

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After years of just running on my own, I’ve learned so much about technique and finally I understand the importance of cadence. On my course, Run for the Hills, we were all very different levels. I was one of the slower ones but I was never made to feel like that because the course was cleverly designed so that all the runners were staggered.

This helped motivate me a lot because it meant that at times, I’d be chasing someone down in front of me, or I’d be pushing harder when I could hear someone behind me.

This course challenged me and ensured I pushed myself far more than I ever would on my own. Which has made all the difference to my running.

Laura Marshall

After 42 years, I finally can think of myself as a fast runner

Rachael was an extremely motivating coach! I only managed to make four of the six run for the Hills sessions but even within that space of my time, my speed has increased significantly due to Rachael’s instructions on technique, and her refusal to let me walk or give up any point. My perception of myself as being somebody with stamina but no speed has changed after 42 years!

Clare Mansfield



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Massage Testimonials

July 30, 2015 at 1:24
Posted by Rachael Woolston

Massages helped me to achieve my marathon goal

Bec at ParkRun Jan 2015

While training for my first Brighton Marathon, Rosie helped me manage my recovery after long runs to keep my injuries in check, as well as helping me keep on top of my IBS with colon massage. I couldn’t have got through the training without her.

Bec Taylor, 38, Team Leader, Amex

Massage was as important as running

I booked a massage package through Fitbitch as part of my training for the London Marathon in 2015 because I wanted to stay injury-free.

Every session started with a discussion about how my training was going, so Rosie could could tailor each therapy.  I had massages for general recovery, holistic massages and sports massage to focus on tight areas.

I always felt amazing afterwards and I’m glad to say, I stayed injury-free and ran the marathon which was one of the best days of my life.

The regular massage was as important as the running itself and I really looked forward to my weekly sessions with Rosie.

Innes Bailey, 40,  Management exec

Massage was so essential for my recovery

I booked a course of Fitbitch massages for a painful neck, and in just one consultation I noticed a huge improvement. By the end of the four sessions, I felt like a new person.

Rosie worked through some seriously big knots and I learned an important lesson, not to neglect massage which is essential for recovery.

Kaz Thomson, 31, digital strategist



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May 29, 2011 at 3:40
Posted by Rachael Woolston

FitBitch changed my life, not just my figure

I’d been overweight and unhappy for years when I joined FitBitch. I didn’t know what to expect but I had no idea how much it would transform my life.
It was tough at first but within two weeks I noticed changes, and by the end of four weeks, I’d lost 13lbs.The encouragement from Rachael, via Twitter and in person, and the camaraderie with the other women in the camps makes anything possible.
I’ve since continued with FitBtich and have lost three and a half stone, and my BMI has gone from obese to normal.

FitBitch has changed more than just my figure and fitness but my confidence in all areas of life. And from not being able to run for a bus, I’ve now completed three half marathons with the running club.

It is worth every penny, drop of sweat and aching muscle.

Belinda Muir, 50, a make up artist



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May 28, 2011 at 2:09
Posted by Rachael Woolston

I’m fitter, faster and stronger than I’ve ever been

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FitBitch is not any ordinary fitness camp; the range of equipment and expertise, as well as the bond created with the other women in the camp makes for truly unique experience.
I’ve always been a regular exerciser but nothing has worked as effectively as this. It has made me fitter, faster and stronger, and my body shape has changed too. I’ve never felt more confident about my body and fitness.

Naomi Trickey, 35, business consultant

 



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May 27, 2011 at 9:30
Posted by Rachael Woolston

FitBitch is more effective than personal training, I feel younger, happier and more confident

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I’ve always thought of exercise as a necessary evil to help me lose weight. FitBitch changed that in just four weeks.

It’s impossible to choose what I enjoyed the most about the camp as it was so life changing. There were spectacular sunrises, magnificent sea views and an amazing camaraderie with the other women, as well as incredible attention to detail from the trainers.
I’ve done lots of personal training but FitBitch Boot Camp is more effective, because it is just like personal training but more regularly. I could feel myself getting stronger and fitter by the day.
I lost three stone with FitBitch and by following their healthy eating plan. I now feel younger, more confident, calmer and happier.
I used to think of exercise as a necessary evil to help me lose weight. Now, I love exercising which makes the battle against the bulge a thing of the past.

Eileen Melville, 58, management consultant



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May 25, 2011 at 9:34
Posted by Rachael Woolston

Who knew exercise could be so much fun and still create such life altering changes

emma Williams BeforeEmma Williams After

Five years ago I was an overweight, drinking, smoking party girl who thought exercise was for people with nothing better to do. I didn’t even own a pair of trainers and used to drive my kids to school three roads away.

Who knew exercise could be so much fun? We do everything from boxing and kettlebells, to playground sessions using zip wires. And you even get fun photos on Twitter which really help spur you on.

When you join FitBitch, you become part a community of like minded women, and get trainers who really care about you. They give you exercises specific to you body and fitness level, not the group.

I’ve lost over two stone and FitBitch has given me the confidence to do away with old defintions of who I thought I was. It’s made me realise I can do anything.

Emma Williams, 43, homeopath



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