Premier Fitness Camp Review
What You Should Know
Premier Fitness Camp is located in Park City, Utah. The camp takes place on what is touted as a five-star resort. Participants pay a huge nominal fee to stay at the resort for at least one week. Fitness and diet menus are included in the Premier Fitness Camp fee. The idea of a fitness camp may be thrilling for some people, especially those with busy lifestyles and no time to workout. While at the Premier Fitness Camp, every moment of the day is planned out with multiple workouts and group eating times. Days start at 6:00 AM and end at 7:00 PM. Participants are allowed free time from 7:00 PM until 10:00 PM. Lights out is at 10:00 PM.
List of Ingredients
Live-in fitness camp in Park City, Utah.
The starting price for one week at Premier Fitness Camp is more than $4,000. For the participation fee, the dieter receives six meals per day, full access to all classes and exercise equipment, one massage therapy session, POLAR training computer, health assessment before and after training program and three months of follow-up with a personal coach. Accommodations at a year-round resort in Park City, Utah are also provided.
Days are planned out in advance, so the dieter never has to worry about what activity is coming next. The morning starts with an Energy Meal at 6:00 AM followed by Boot Camp for 2 ½ hours. Breakfast is after Boot Camp. Dieters then take part in a hike or other seasonal activity, group fitness class, a seminar, tai chi, aerobics and walking. Energy meals and traditional meals are thrown in throughout the day. By 7:00 PM, the dieter is free to do as they please until 10:00 PM when the fitness camp requires lights out.
Testimonials with before and after pictures are found on the Premier Fitness Camp website. The results are amazing, but most dieters cannot afford the program to achieve those results. As of May 2011, one-week costs $4,050. Two weeks costs $6,775. Three weeks sells for $9,397 and one-month costs a whopping $12,400. Longer stays require special pricing. There are very few dieters that have an extra $12,400 lying around or the time to spend one-month at a fitness camp.
- Live-in fitness camps force the dieter to workout and eat right.
- Costs more than some dieters can afford.
- May not teach realistic fitness and dieting.
- Requires lots of free time without obligations.
Premier Fitness Camp is not for the average person who needs to lose weight. Participants live on the campus for at least one-week, with most testimonials showing 10 to 16 weeks of participation. The dieter is better served choosing a healthy, reduced calorie diet and personal fitness plan.