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NO NO NO! DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY! Stay far away from this place! There's a reason they are not part of the BBB! They do not run an ethical place of business and they discriminate! All of these reviews are mandatory to receive $497 back as part of the 6 week completion. It's a scare tactic so everyone, of course, writes a so-called "good" review in fear that they will not receive their money back! 90% of the "campers" are on an emergency diet their final week which consists of tilapia and asparagus for breakfast, lunch dinner and snack. Also zero water the final two days. Who wouldn't lose weight starving yourself! But that's just it, you don't really lose weight in the process...your gaining muscle. A sure promise that you will NOT meet your goal and lose 20lb to get your money back. At the end of course you're going to lose the most weight (most lose anywhere from 5-15 lbs this final week). Also, with the mandatory 5 times a week workout with heavy weights (as encouraged by the trainers), you are almost certain to gain muscle...not lose weight! Also you are pressured into buying their supplements and protein powder for a mere $220. Also a recipe for gaining weight. Working out 5 days a week does not allow your muscles enough time to recover. The business structure is a sham. Perhaps good if you're looking at body building. At the end, the ultimate goal is to get you to join the gym for $127/month. Yep! This place can not even be considered a gym. There is not a pool, spa, tennis courts, equipment or personal trainers, changing area, showers, etc... Wow! Spectrum Club prices, but not even comparable. It's more or less set up as a garage with a few weights around. It's a circuit training for 45 min, lifting tires and other unconventional techniques. Nothing like real boot camp, I know, I was in the military. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY! I didn't find the trainers motivating. There were two decent guy trainers, I found the rest some what annoying, not really knowledgeable or motivating.

I came it at 19.6 lbs. There were others that came in just short and given a chance to sweat it out. I was in the room and witnessed it! One lady just as I, at point 4 ounces, and another in at .8 over and was allowed to leave go to the gym and come back and the other on the bike. When I left the house I had my running shoes and my husband asked why and I said just in case I come in short I can sweat it out. I thought it was a no brainer as that is what I saw. Knew I would come in close, but thought close under...not over. Either way I just thought that I would be given the same opportunity as the others. I asked the owner If I could jump on the treadmill she said no! (incidentally, they finally have two treadmills- other than that they have 3 old bikes). Anyway, she hemmed and hawed and would consider it if I had agreed to join the gym. Wow... No Thanks I had no intention of joining! Oh by the way, the owner is a member of 24 Hr Fitness!

ONLY WORK OUT TIMES: 5AM, 6AM, 9AM and 5,6 and 7 PM.

There is Zero consistency! I've heard multiple stories from others, but of course after the fact. By the way, had I known she was going to not give me the opportunity, like the others, I would have told her I would be a few hours late and go to LA Fitness, where I belong, and sweat out the .4 in the sauna. Duh! Just expected that I would be able to do as the others were!

So as per the commitment to get my money back I would have left a "good" review and once I got my money back, I was going to write the real true review...my genuine version. Again the pressure to write a "good" review for the others waiting for their money. Geesh....great marketing there...not! Very dishonest

Words from the owner herself "90% of weight loss is from the diet". Adding the weights and workouts 5 days a week, consistently sore muscles, with no down time is just not that healthy if your over 35, in my opinion. For all of you curious of the meal plan, don't waste your money! Here it is:

Breakfast: Egg whites (about 4), Spinach (unlimited) and 1/3 cup dry oatmeal (plain). May add a little cinnamon and protein to oatmeal. Plus "camp" supplements

Snack: " Camp" protein powder + supplements

Lunch: 4-6 oz of White Fish, Chicken Breast or 99% lean turkey, broccoli, spinach or asparagus (unlimited), 2-3 oz of brown rice or quinoa + "camp" supplements

Snack: Same as above

Dinner: Same as lunch

Snack: 6oz of fat free cottage cheese or yogurt

*No sauces, may use spices or little of mustard and salsa. Eat every 21/2 to 3 hours. Drink a gallon of water a day!

That's it folks! SAVE YOUR MONEY! Do your work outs on your own, but STAY AWAY FROM THIS PLACE!!!!

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Anonymous
#1392319

And people replying to the negative comment!Learn how to spell!!

It's not that hard specially with spell check.When you are trying to make a point and your words are misspelled you just sound stupid!

Anonymous
#1392317

Why do they charge the $495 when they advertise it as a "FREE SIX WEEK CHALLENGE". I would call that false advertising and maybe the BBB needs to be contacted!

Anonymous
#1381956

I'm having a great time!I feel amazing and I love the people and the trainers.

This isn't a spa so why would we need "a pool, spa, tennis courts, equipment or personal trainers, changing area, showers, etc?" We show up, get to work and get results. I'm doing the tilapia and asparagas as its my last week, and I am not starving at all. I've worked hard for my results and I am beyond grateful. My energy is amazing compared to what it was before and I've started hiking and jogging.

I am loving it. If you don't like it, then don't do it. Certainly don't complain about it. It just may not be for you.

I'm no military man. Just a nurse, business owner and a grandma. A kick-*** Grandma!

I hope you find what you are looking for and what suits you.

Kind Regards,

Anonymous
#1371254

The Camp is Expensive the supplements are extremely expensive but the camp has change my life I lost about 35 pounds in about 7 months it has help me be accountable for the crap I put in my body and help me correct my bad habits, lots of money but I would do it all over again, I have met so many great people all pushing for the same goals, the energy is awesome

Anonymous
#1370300

No matter how horrible you think the CT is the fact is you either cheated on the diet the first 5 weeks and had to starve yourself the last week to make up for it!Or you didnt go to all 5 days of the workouts/wk.

Only you will know the truth.

You lost 19 lbs!! Thats awesome! Yay for you...

quit complaining. Suck it up! Being fit is NOT easy. Its hard work!

We have GMO's and discusting hormones and nitrates in ALL our food sabatoging our diet and most of all our health causing all kinds of "incurable" diseases and obesity. Watch "What the Health on Netflix.

It will change your life.If it doesnt then i cant help you.

Anonymous
Wilmington, Delaware, United States #1354817

#disgruntled

Winner of two challenges.

First the 20 pound challenge.

Second the 5% bodyfat challenge.

Went from a size 14 to a 4.

No supplements.No tilapia.

No heavy weights. No pressure for a good review. This program permanently changed my life.

Do your own research.:)

Anonymous
to Anonymous #1371036

Yet your "anonymous"....

Anonymous
Corona, California, United States #1351275

I had the same experience in a chino.

Yes, that is the meal plan!

Although the workouts worked, the supplements were expensive and "encouraged" to get from the camp.

I met the 5% requirement for my challenge but was told I didn't hit the 20 lb requirement. By 1/2 lb.

It was a learning experience.

This program is designed for the obese.

If you are looking to tone it up, do not do a challenge.Just pay for a month.

Anonymous
Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States #1334602

I am not sure which Camp you "went to" by I go to The Camp Transformation Center in Temecula and go every day at 0400 (Although you claim this class does not exist) I have NEVER had to eat the Tilapia or Asparagus three meals per day or even one time a day and lost over 20 pounds during the challenge.At no point was I "Pressured" to buy any products and I can honestly say, I buy all products from Wal-Mart unless there is something specific I "Want" from the Camp.

We are cutting out fat and sugars so perhaps eating cottage cheese and Yogurt everyday for your snack is where you failed. The requirements, commitments and "20 pound" agreement are made very clear when you sign the contract it does not say 19.2 or 17.1 pounds, it says you agree to loose 20 pounds. I will admit people who are cutting it close on final weigh in day may take extreme measures to make their weight but again.. That is not "Forced" I notice that you did not put your name and the information you provided is not true so I am going to assume you are upset because you did not lose the 20 pounds and lost your money.

I for one have bet on my success and I WILL loose the weight. If there is anyone who has any questions please look me up on facebook or better yet come by the Temecula Transformation Center and see for yourself what we are all about.

If you come at 4:00 am, I can pretty much guarantee I will be there for the next few challenges.I would have never lost the weight if it was...

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to Mic***e Cox #1373356

I have heard from other trainers outside the camp that I should leave cats out of my diet. Can you elaborate on the reason why the camp discourages healthy fat from a meal plan?

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