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Want to lose a few pounds? Or just learn how to live more health­fully? Some­where out there, there’s a boot camp that will cater to your needs. A few to start with:

Core Fit­ness So­lu­tion

13999 Gulf Blvd., Madeira Beach, Fla. 727-399-5800


In­cludes per­sonal train­ing, out­door ac­tiv­i­ties such as car­dio ten­nis, and one-on-one meet­ings with a nu­tri­tion­ist and a life coach. Weekly rate is $2,995, in­clud­ing meals and lodg­ing. Air­fare is in­cluded for stays of two weeks or longer. Two-day stays are $1,075, and three-day stays are $1,475.

Premier Fit­ness Camp

7659 South 700 West, Mid­vale, Utah 888-488-8936


Ac­tiv­i­ties in­clude hik­ing, ski­ing, wa­ter aer­o­bics and snow­shoe­ing. A one-week stay at this weight­loss boot camp is $3,650, in­clud­ing meals, lodg­ing in a Park City re­sort, a mas­sage, per­sonal train­ing, group ex­er­cise classes, fol­low-up coach­ing and round-trip air­fare. Clients also have ac­cess to be­hav­ioral ther­a­pists.

Coop­erWell­ness Cen­ter 12200 Pre­ston Rd., Dal­las 972-386-4777­op­er­aer­o­

Named for Ken­neth H. Cooper, who coined the term “aer­o­bics.” The two-day pro­gram is $695 for an in­di­vid­ual and in­cludes ac­com­mo­da­tions at the Cooper Guest Lodge, meals, fit­ness classes, health lec­tures and cook­ing classes. The same pro­gram for two peo­ple who come to­gether and share a room is $497.50 per per­son. The six­day pro­gram costs $1,995 and does not in­clude ho­tel reser­va­tions. Cooper of­ten gives lec­tures.

Live In Fit­ness En­ter­prise

7298 W. Manch­ester Ave., Los An­ge­les 888-657-6029­in­fit­

A typ­i­cal day at this boot camp in­cludes fit­ness classes, nutrition-based classes and meet­ings with coaches, ther­a­pists and nu­tri­tion­ists. One­week stays start at $2,200, depend­ing on shared or pri­vate ac­com­mo­da­tions, and in­clude meals.

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