I completed the 7-day bootcamp and have lost a bit of weight, but more importantly came out feeling great, powerful and with my body visibly more toned. Michelle, Rin and Ann showed genuine care and concern for the bootcampers and were happy to tailor the course to our needs. The course was fun and Michelle pushes you such that you would definitely be sore at the end of each day - but it is also sustainable so that you can keep going the next day.
It's also worth noting that all activities are open-air, and some are at sightseeing spots e.g. we hiked up to a lovely temple one morning. Your day also ends by 4pm latest, which gives you a lot of time to explore Chiang Mai in the evening (or head to the spa). This means that the course would not "eat into" your holiday in the beautiful city.
Morning - 8am or 9am starts
1 big activity (e.g. buffalo rice farming or army assault), or
circuits + 1 short activity (e.g. kayak or short hike)
Afternoon - ends around 3-4pm
1 activity (e.g. Muay Thai, rock climbing)
Michelle follows the Paleo diet, in which you avoid all processed foods (e.g. no carbs, no dairy, no refined sugars). It was relatively easy to follow and you eat well throughout the camp. We had fried ribs for lunch on the first day. Warning - I originally had no intention of sticking to this diet once I've left the camp (sorry Michelle!!) so the day I got out of camp I gave in to temptation and had cheese and cake. Within 15minutes I was feeling dizzy and nauseated, and throughout the rest of the day I had a throbbing headache that reminded me that (a) Michelle is always right, and (b) processed foods are really, really bad for you. I am now seriously considering adopting Paleo for good.
All in all - great people and an excellent experience all round! Thank you so much and keep up with the good work :)