September 9, 2019 at 6:15
Posted by Rachael Woolston
EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT CODE: Reboot6 expires 16 August.
After a summer of loving life (ahem, plus food and wine), reset your health and fitness and banish the bulge with our six week transformation challenge.
We have only 14 spaces, and once they’re gone, they are gone.
You will get:
- a one to one assessment to discuss your goals, assess posture and biomechanics and your body statistic
- a proven results Fitbitch eating plan
- personalised feedback
- a final Results one to one assessment
From boxing to running, kettlebells to Pilates and TRX, this challenge will introduce you to new ways of exercising and will completely overhaul your health and fitness, leaving you stronger, fitter and leaner.
Available at 6.15am and 7am.
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June 7, 2019 at 7:10
Posted by Rachael Woolston
If you fancy getting away from it all, it doesn’t have to cost the earth or take up hours. Reset and reboot with us on our one night wold camping adventure this June 14th…
You don’t have to go hiking up mountains in the Himalayas to have an adventure. One of my absolute favourite things to do is to go wild camping. There is nothing more freeing than packing a sleeping bag, jumping on my mountain bike and spending the night out under the stars.
Witnessing the sunset, hearing the birds singing, sheep bleating and watching the sun rise again the next morning is a truly magical experience. There are not many moments in life when you can simply just be, but wild camping gives us that unique connection to nature. So, settle down in your sleeping bag and join us for a mini adventure on our #fitbitch10in10 wild camping challenge.
Here is all you need to know about having a wild camping adventure:
A sleeping bag, sleeping mat and layers to keep you warm through the night are the basic essentials, including a hat, thick socks and a couple of layers of clothing. Even on the warmest days it can get chilly in the middle of the night and keeping toastie head and toes ensures an easier night’s sleep.
If you have a mini camping stove that isn’t too bulky to carry, it is a luxury to be able to make hot drinks, but a flask of hot chocolate for the evening and another for coffee in the morning is also sufficient.
A bivvy bag provides protection from dew and damp but isn’t essential on a dry, warm night.
A phone/camera to capture the sunrise!
Don’t expect to get much sleep
Wild camping is an opportunity to witness the life around us, don’t expect to sleep as you would in your own bed. It is a wonderful experience sleeping under the stars and the peace of being outdoors at night is to be treasured. Expect a bit of discomfort, but it is worth it for the sunrise in the morning.
It’s nice to enjoy some delicious snacks on to munch and a Kindle so that you can read in the dark
A camping stove or flask of hot drinks
It is comforting to have a hot drink before bed and nice to wake up to a flask of coffee, most decent flasks will keep coffee hot until morning.