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One of the South West’s largest independent health clubs has teamed up with a local timber merchant to produce a boot camp obstacle course designed to push even the fittest of gymgoers to the limit.

Fountain Timber has created a series of bespoke, arm numbing and leg trembling outdoor fitness stations in the grounds of theclub at Cadbury House in Congresbury.

theclub is the first venue in the country to showcase Fountain Timber’s new designs, which include a three-metre climbing wall, parallel bars, varied height chin-up bars, balance beams and monkey bars.

Tom Horton, fitness manager at theclub, is now looking forward to putting members and guests to the hotel through their paces on the new course.

“Boot camps have grown in popularity because they are a great way to get in shape,” he said.

“This new course will now drive participants even further. The new exercise stations are all numbered so people can do pre-set circuits and enjoy harder, more varied boot camps in all-weather, all year round.”

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One of the South West’s largest independent health clubs has teamed up with a local timber merchant to produce a boot camp obstacle course designed to push even the fittest of gymgoers to the limit.
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