Posted on 2 Apr 2017
FitFarms Spain Fitness Camp Review March 2017 – Part 3
Early morning start today and it was Andy Baker from the FitFarms Health Team who performed a high intensity 1 hour session which raised the spirits as well as the blood pressure of the fitness camp guests.
We then went into breakfast which was a well received porridge and prunes. In the past this hasn't been the most popular of breakfast but hats of to Chef Robert making the dish quite exciting with some clever additions.
Following breakfast we had the local walk which we risk assessed yesterday. This walk starts from the fitness camp villa and we wriggle are way through the local Mediterranean streets passing colourful flower pots and people on our way down to the historic port of Javea. When we reach the port we have that important water stop to cool down that 20 degrees temperature which guests are enjoying.
Then there is a gentle walk going from the port to the beach where everyone stops for a well deserved rest. The option is given to jump in a mini bus and get a ride back or walk through the commercial are back to the villa. Four people who really pushed themselves on the down opted for the lift and the others walked.
It really was a fantastic morning of exercise, laughter and a welcomed physical tiredness as you know that you're making those all-important physical changes to your body.
Another tasty Spanish lunch prepared and served by our Dutch chef Robert and we moved into the second workshop of the week!
The fitness workshop really educates guests on the benefits of exercise and steers them to make the correct exercise choices at the right time. This was taken at poolside which really is totally relaxing and only something we could do at our Spain course. The next Spain course will be in September and all though not yet advertised we are 75% full. We will be advertising the remaining spaces online shortly where you can reserve your space online or call us on 08006343070 / 07766240446 to reserve your space over the phone.
The afternoon is absolutely action packed with a great variety of fitness. First up its circuit training with Gerogia and then we go into balls and bells with Andy. Balls are fit balls and we will be working on the core strength and bells is kettlebells and fortunately Andy is a master kettlebell trainer so it's always a much loved session.
Dinner is a local fish salad today with a Mediterranean caper sauce and this will be followed by an active stretch.