Holidays are normally the time when you let your fitness regime go, giving yourself a well earned break. However – if you’re starting to think about where to jet off to this summer, we’ve got a suggestion a little out of the ordinary. Wildfitness offer tailored fitness breaks that can refresh and transform your approach to fitness.
What is Wildfitness?
Wildfitness run fitness holidays that let you get back to nature. Their philosophy is based on natural fitness and evolution, helping you to revitalise yourself and freshen up your fitness routine.
They offer a structured program of activities along with organic meals, all set in stunning locations. The expert coaches will help you to make the most of the program, as well as helping you to transform your fitness regime once you return home.
Wild eating, wild living and wild moving are all central to their outlook. Whilst you won’t need to forage for your own food, Wildfitness are looking to return to the ‘hunter-gatherer’ mindset where nature provided everything we needed.
Wildfitness want to change the way people approach fitness, reinvigorating motivation and joy about your environment. Whilst this might be difficult in a gym, with locations such as Kenya, Crete, Andalucia and, closer to home, the Isle of Wight, Wildfitness will have you motivated in no time.
What’s the Fitness Regime Like?
Fitness activities are based on barefoot running, boxing, lifting, jumping balancing, swimming and climbing – anything that mimics the intensity our bodies are designed for. By the time you leave, you’ll have a lean and pain free body.
They balance intensity with recovery, allowing your body to deal with lactic acid. This is the natural pattern of movement for the hunter gatherer – you might be running away or hunting one minute, and then spend time gathering berries or resting.
The Wildfitness website has more information if you’re interested further.
So, forget those all-inclusive buffets and chilling by the pool – get back to nature and refresh your fitness mindset this summer.
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