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Fit Camp Transformation Centre

128/7 Hoyle Avenue, Castle Hill, Sydney, Australia
Gym/Physical Fitness Center
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Fit Camp Castle Hill is an energetic, results driven fitness & weight loss community. Fit Camp Castle Hill is an energetic, results driven fitness & weight loss community.

Opening Hours

Monday
05:00 - 21:00
Tuesday
05:00 - 21:00
Wednesday
05:00 - 21:00
Thursday
05:00 - 21:00
Friday
05:00 - 21:00
Saturday
05:00 - 21:00
Sunday
05:00 - 21:00

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Happy international Womens day! The amazing women at Fit camp have accomplished so much over the last year. Not only losing weight, but more so the power to lift each other up in the sessions and out! To encourage and inspire each other to set higher goals and celebrate achievements together. These ladies make things happen from planning hikes as a group and organising team races. Below is a photo of the Miss Muddy event in which the ladies had a blast whilst staying active!!! Can't wait to see how much more you will achieve and inspire in one another in 2017!

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Fit Camp Transformation Centre Castle Hill

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Fit Camp Transformation Challenge

How on earth do you lose 10 in 7 !? Here's a preview... ;) #FitCamp #FitCampMovement #WeGotThis #FitFam #FitForLife www.10in7.com.au Contact - 0449 188 744

Fit Camp Transformation Challenge
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Nothing is impossible and this is shown from one of our many incredible members!! Her testimonial shows us that nothing worth having comes easy and YOU CAN do anything with the right mindset. 'They say when life throws you a lemon make lemonade and that is something I need to focus on for the next 8 to 12 weeks. For those who have got to know me over the last few months there are probably a couple of things you know I love and I am dedicated to for my own wellbeing and health and that is running and pushing myself 100% in my workouts. I have had a setback that I thought I would share with you on the next phase of my journey as you will notice my modifications at FC. Sharing will also help keep me focussed on my life journey of fitness and hopefully help others as we will all face challenges throughout our own paths. I was diagnosed last week with a 8mm tear of my tibialis posterior tendon. Now sounds fancy but it is really just one of the tendons that run from the arch of the foot up the inside ankle and attaches to the calf but a very important support and mobility tendon. Doctors' orders for 8 weeks (should it heal), no running, no high impact (yes that includes burpees but hey there has to be a silver lining 😄) no excessive force through the foot, orthodontics for support, calf raises and yes an order to wear heels to take the pressure off the arch. The risk of not obeying - likely full tear, operation and the arch of my foot could collapse and possibly never fully recover. My first response was to feel completely sorry for myself and eat a tub of ice cream. Why bother if I can't keep up the same routine that has helped me be successful to date? So I did eat the ice cream, well what was left in the tub, regretted it and then put my big girl pants on. Why would I want to give up months of effort, success and ultimately feeling so good about myself? So I decided that this was not the end but just a small obstacle which I can conquer. To keep focussed this is what I have decided to commit to: 1 focus on what I can do, not what I can't. I can get cardio from the rower and bike. I can still do 80% + of the exercises. 2 modify up where I can, not down. One legged push ups will be my new friend. 3 be tighter on nutrition. At the end of the day it counts for 80% of the outcome and this injury has zero impact on nutrition. 4 set new achievable goals. Likely marathon is out this year so looks like an upper body goal will be on this list. 5 still attend my normal sessions (including run club even though I will be walking it :)). No reason why my routine needs to change as a result. What I ultimately know is that I have the tools, power, ability and most importantly the support from my AFF to face this head on and succeed so bring it on.' - Kylie doing one legged burpees due to her injury=pure dedication!!!

Nothing is impossible and this is shown from one of our many incredible members!! 
Her testimonial shows us that nothing worth having comes easy and YOU CAN do anything with the right mindset. 

'They say when life throws you a lemon make lemonade and that is something I need to focus on for the next 8 to 12 weeks.  For those who have got to know me over the last few months there are probably a couple of things you know I love and I am dedicated to for my own wellbeing and health and that is running and pushing myself 100% in my workouts. 

I have had a setback that I thought I would share with you on the next phase of my journey as you will notice my modifications at FC.   Sharing will also help keep me focussed on my life journey of fitness and hopefully help others as we will all face challenges throughout our own paths. 

I was diagnosed last week with a 8mm tear of my tibialis posterior tendon.  Now sounds fancy but it is really just one of the tendons that run from the arch of the foot up the inside ankle and attaches to the calf but a very important support and mobility tendon. Doctors' orders for 8 weeks (should it heal), no running, no high impact (yes that includes burpees but hey there has to be a silver lining 😄) no excessive force through the foot, orthodontics for support, calf raises and yes an order to wear heels to take the pressure off the arch.  The risk of not obeying - likely full tear, operation and the arch of my foot could collapse and possibly never fully recover.

My first response was to feel completely sorry for myself and eat a tub of ice cream.  Why bother if I can't keep up the same routine that has helped me be successful to date?  So I did eat the ice cream, well what was left in the tub, regretted it and then put my big girl pants on.  Why would I want to give up months of effort, success and ultimately feeling so good about myself?  So I decided that this was not the end but just a small obstacle which I can conquer.

To keep focussed this is what I have decided to commit to:

1 focus on what I can do, not what I can't.  I can get cardio from the rower and bike.  I can still do 80% + of the exercises.
2 modify up where I can, not down.  One legged push ups will be my new friend.
3 be tighter on nutrition.  At the end of the day it counts for 80% of the outcome and this injury has zero impact on nutrition. 
4 set new achievable goals.   Likely marathon is out this year so looks like an upper body goal will be on this list.  
5 still attend my normal sessions (including run club even though I will be walking it :)).  No reason why my routine needs to change as a result.

What I ultimately know is that I have the tools, power, ability and most importantly the support from my AFF to face this head on and succeed so bring it on.'

- Kylie doing one legged burpees due to her injury=pure dedication!!!
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The amazing energy and atmosphere at Fit camp is super contagious. Your vibe attracts your tribe. These guys always give it their best shot and support each other whilst doing so! Still smiling even after smashing their workout 💪🏽 Positive vibes always 😆

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The amazing team at Fit camp Castle hill. Punching the calories away and sweating up a storm! Boxing is the favourite for most members by far! Great way to work on the aerobic fitness, burn fat and have fun whilst doing so! No excuses for these determined, enthusiastic members😀

The amazing team at Fit camp Castle hill. Punching the calories away and sweating up a storm! 
Boxing is the favourite for most members by far! Great way to work on the aerobic fitness, burn fat and have fun whilst doing so! 
No excuses for these determined, enthusiastic members😀
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*** Congratulations Ranjit *** 10 KILOS DOWN, FOR FREE, IN JUST 7 WEEKS ! Incredible start to your healthier lifestyle mate, you were the absolute definition of consistency all the way through. Bravo ! www.10in7.com.au #FitCampMovement

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*** Congratulations Sue *** 10.5 KILOS DOWN, FOR FREE, IN JUST 7 WEEKS ! Bravo... And what a way to cross the finish line !!! Full marks for the effort you've put in since LONG before day 1, keep up the fantastic work ! www.10in7.com.au #FitCampMovement

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*** Congratulations Jason *** 14 KILOS DOWN, FOR FREE, IN JUST 7 WEEKS ! Your story is one for the ages mate, fantastic to see you launch into this thing with zero reservations, dive all in, and absolutely nail it. Bravo ! www.10in7.com.au #FitCampMovement

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*** Congratulations Paul *** 13.7 KILOS DOWN, FOR FREE, IN JUST 7 WEEKS ! Full marks mate, we could not be more thrilled with the work you've put in, and the enormous changes you've made in such a short time !! Margaret doesn't seem to mind either ! Bravo. www.10in7.com.au #FitCampMovement

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*** Congratulations Harminder *** 10.7 KILOS DOWN, FOR FREE, IN JUST 7 WEEKS ! The determination you showed in week 4 to bounce back and hit perfect week after perfect week, was awesome to watch mate. Well done. www.10in7.com.au #FitCampMovement

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*** Congratulations Paramjit *** 11.1 KILOS DOWN, FOR FREE, IN JUST 7 WEEKS ! Bravo mate, incredible work during your Challenge - and way to go inspiring just about everyone you know to make a change for themselves ! www.10in7.com.au #FitCampMovement

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