Fans of the musical film Grease will remember a foxy Olivia Newton John telling a remarkably quiffed John Travolta that he had ‘better shape up’ because, at the time anyway, she needed a man.
These days, wanting to look buff for your beloved is just one of many reasons for shaping up. Delightful as Ms Newton-John was as Sandy, looking good, feeling fab and wanting to be fit and healthy are just as compelling reasons for trying to get into shape.
At the New Beginnings Boot Camp, the organisers take a 360 degree approach to helping the students. The two day course focuses not only on weight loss and nutrition, but also on ways of empowering the participants to find their own motivation for longer lasting results.
Scotland’s leading health and fitness specialists, April Logan and Gerry Higgins of Personal Training Scotland, will deliver two days of awesome exercise and nutrition sessions, while Gordon Walker of Inspirational Scotland will share simple, but effective tools and techniques to add to the experience.
Taking place both indoors and outside, participants can look forward to commando circuits, boxing, mixed martial arts training, kettle bells, urban fitness, woodland running, Zumba, groove fx, body blast aerobics, power Pilates, yoga, relaxation and much more. Who knows? By the end of it, you might be the one that you want.