PeakXVfitness Reading men’s and women’s outdoor fitness boot camps
PeakXVfitness was inspired by both Chris and Steve’s separate trek to the Himalayas. Mt Everest was formerly named Peak XV (15 in Roman numerals) and trekking to base camp took a host of skills that can be carried over in to any walk of life, especially loosing weight.
When trekking to base camp first you need preparation – getting your visa sorted in the UK, booking flights and researching how to get to where the trek starts, then once you are there and ready to trek you have to get in to the mind set that it is going to be hard work, there are days when you are going to have to put in a hard shift battling uphill for 10 hours, on other days it’s not going to be so bad. There are going to be days when you get hit by altitude sickness and feel like shit, but you have to have the mental strength to push yourself on to glory – to see the sunrise over Mt Everest.
This is exactly the same approach to weight loss, first you have to be prepared – prepared by having the right food in your fridge each day so you will make good food choices, prepared by finding the right type of exercise to help you shift those pounds. PeakXVfitness Reading men’s and women’s outdoor fitness boot camps would off course be the perfect answer for you on this point.
Next you have to have the mental strength to push yourself out of the front door to get down to Christchurch Meadows and attend PeakXVfitness Reading men’s and women’s outdoor fitness boot camps.
There are going to be days where you just don’t want to go to camp, or you are just going to want to sit on the sofa and eat ice cream, there are going to be days where you feel sore as hell from the previous days training, but as with seeing the sunrise over Mt Everest, weight loss is a challenge and it will not occur without hard work – but it will happen!
If you are mentally and physically prepared to lose some serious weight then come along to PeakXVfitness Reading men’s and women’s outdoor fitness boot camps and we’ll take some of the strain for you and help you reach your goals. If however you don’t like the rain, or don’t have the mental and physical strength to train three to four times a week then PeakXVfitness Reading men’s and women’s outdoor fitness boot camps are not for you, but then neither is a slim toned body and a healthy weight.