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The Peak District venue on the Hillmotts website is NOT like the photos at all. The Hillmotts site shows one large beautiful bedroom and the rest of the rooms are NOT like that AT ALL. The rooms are very very cramped with two single beds in one corner of the room up against the wall. They should spread the beds out. You have to do your own washing up! people were even mopping floors and cleaning the kitchen!! you have to serve your own food like a waitress to 30 other people! all they do is cook the food. It's very budget and basic. You do exercises in a courtyard on mats and the stones prevent you from do the exercises properly and the mats are wet through as they are left outside so this means your hands slip on the matts when you do say a press up so this is dangerous and the stones dig into your hands.
Because of the groupon deal Hillmotts it is oversubscribed. There are so many people doing stretch exercises in the living room, you can't even do the exercises properly as your legs hit the person next to you. You are crammed in like sardines.
The bathroom water has no pressure so it drips out, no one comes round and gives you more toilet roll when you run out, people have to ask, I saw many people having to do that which is very inconvenient as to why they can't just leave more in the bathrooms.
One of the trainers was really good in terms of a nice mix of serious motivation and fun. But the other two had no sense of humour and it wasn't much fun.
I did not even know about the terrible rooms and washing up and serving your own food etc before booking, so in that way, I felt conned.
The countryside is beautiful, and the food was tasty. They should provide tea and coffee because camp members just go off and buy some and everyone shares it anyway so it's a bit tight of them not to provide it.
They should provide a healthy pudding too even just fruit and it would be better to have mineral water or something more than just tap water as an offer to drink.
I didn't like the service from the trainers as much as I have from other bootcamps I've been on.
Also, there is NOTHING to do at night! After 6.30pm it is so boring. At other bootcamps I've been on they do gentle yoga exercises or something, or bring an expert in to give a talk about nutrition or a life coach, here, there is nothing to do. It's so dull.
It's a shame as the exercises the trainers give are really intense, lots of variety in the exercises and you are kept motivated, good, the exercises as a whole were better than other bootcamps I have been to as these were more intense if you could handle it, I liked the fact there is a choice of which class to go to, but all the above lets the whole experience down.