UK Boot Camps: When They Started

Boot camps were brought to the UK by Robin Cope, a retired British Army officer, in 1999 “as an alternative form of group training to gyms” (BMF, 2012).  However, Wikipedia suggests that the fitness boot camp concept did not reach our shores until 2005 (Wikipedia, 2012).

Wikipedia usually so right, but on this occasion so wrong.

References:

BMF (British Military Fitness) (2012) How It Started. Available from World Wide Web: <http://www.britmilfit.com/about-bmf/how-it-started/> [Accessed: 08 November, 2012].

Wikipedia (2012) Fitness Boot Camp. Available from World Wide Web: <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fitness_boot_camp> [Accessed: 10 November, 2012].

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