My Experience at the Fat Attack Boot Camp in East Grinstead

Man in a business suit with boxing glovesTHE EXERCISE CONTINUES

After the run we were split into two groups. We were shown a series of exercises from squats to Burpies and then were told to follow a pattern. For example, my memory is getting hazy now but it was eight squats, run back and forth the same number of times between two points and do eight push ups, then repeat six times. This was done for a further six times with a variety of exercises.

We were allowed a short break with a packet of seeds. Some people said it made them feel sick but I thought it was alright (read not disgusting).

After the break we moved to a different part of the field for the next bit of torture, This time we followed the pattern of 10, 9, 8, 7, 6,, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. For the first one we had to do 10 squats with a kettlebell, and then 10 laps up and down the field punctuated with exercises at the end of each length. When we completed that we were given another couple of exercises and told to do nine of them with nine runs, then eight and so on.

Another short break and it was my favourite part of the day. No not dinner but an hour of boxing. Routines consisting of straight punches and right hooks with some more runs. At this point you would think I would be exhausted and you wouldn’t be wrong but it wasn’t finished. They then got us to play a set of games for an hour with you guessed it lots of running involved. After that there was stretching.

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