The decision to take yourself off to a weight loss camp, be it one of the increasingly popular weight loss boot camps or a more gentle weight loss retreat, is something to be thought through carefully.
The main benefit of being at one of of the weight loss resorts is that you remove yourself from temptation. Only healthy food is served, exercise is programmed into the day, with many camps offering personal trainer sessions to design an exercise program that is perfect for you and your current level of fitness.
Holiday breaks taken at fitfarms can offer a chance for pampering and relaxation to be combined with time to recharge your mental, emotional and physical batteries all while receiving lifestyle advice that helps you lose weight.
A quick weight loss center may be the answer if you need to see weight loss results by a particular date. The regime will tend to be stricter and very often difficult to continue once you leave, but they do report good results in the short term.
A weight loss boot camp may be a good choice if you respond well to externally enforced discipline (i.e. you don’t mind being told what to do and when to do it).
Weight loss support groups may be your best choice if you feel there are emotional reasons for your weight gain and eating habits.
Whilst the various weight loss camps approach the problem of dieting from a slightly different angle, they do all claim to be able to kickstart your diet efforts – and these claims are believable. After all, it’s hard to cheat on a diet under an enforced residential weight loss regime. The challenge comes once you leave the camp or retreat and have to face life once again back in the real world – and that will depend on you.
By choosing the type of weight loss camp that most suits you and your way of life you are giving yourself the best chance of achieving a weight loss that endures rather than a weight loss that turns in to a weight gain as soon as you are left to your own devices.
If you have never enjoyed hard, physical exercise the regime you follow at a weight loss bootcamp is very unlikely to follow you home. Be realistic and don’t set yourself up to fail.
Weight loss resorts are not the cheap option when it comes to dieting. You owe it to yourself to get the most value from the experience by selecting a weight loss camp that will help you in a way you can continue once you leave; that will teach skills you can readily incorporate into your lifestyle by including lots of small changes to your diet and exercise regime rather than than large drastic changes.
Staying at a weight loss camp is almost guaranteed to kickstart your diet. The real question is whether the weight loss you achieve whilst there is a permanent weight loss – that is surely the real sign of success.