Charity Boot Camp Reaches £1000 Target

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Press Release - 26/08/2010  

After 5 weeks of hard work and convincing people that Boot Camp isn’t as scary as they might think, Ryan Phillips, a Reading based Boot Camp Coach and Personal Trainer, has hit his target of raising £1000 for the Berkshire Autistic Society.

Ryan said “It has been a tough month but all the hard work myself and the team at BAS have put in to promoting this charity Boot Camp has now paid off and it feels great to have finally hit the £1000 target!”


Boot Camp Coach, Ryan Phillips with BAS's Catherine Greaves (Home Visit Support Worker) and a number of the Bootcampers.

“When I first heard that BAS desperately needed extra funds to meet the demand for their home visit service, I knew straight
away that I wanted to help. This service offers one-to-one support to families who have recently had a child diagnosed with
autism. In the past, I spent 18 months working with a client with Asperger’s syndrome and I can appreciate the day to day
challenges that people face with spectrum disorders”

“The biggest challenge was trying to convince people that they don’t need to be fit already to join Boot Camp, the whole point of
Boot Camp is to get you fit. I think people’s negative perceptions come from those weight loss reality TV shows where the
participants get a physical and mental beating from the army style instructors. My Boot Camp is not intimidating at all, yes I’ll
make sure people are exercising at appropriate levels, but I’m certainly not in anyone’s face shouting obscenities.”

Christine Roscoe of BAS said “When Ryan approached BAS it was perfect timing! We had started a pilot of the home visit
service in March and the demand had been huge. Ryan has helped us to offer support to another 20 families which means we
can help them through the devastating impact a diagnosis of autism can have on a family. Ryan has really taken our course to
his heart too and has offered to continue to donate a % of fees from people who sign up for Bootcamp after hearing about it
through BAS. People attending the Bootcamp have seen real results too; inches have been lost everywhere! Plus those people
have the extra pleasure of knowing they have contributed to helping families at a time when they need a supporting hand. “

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ryanphillips – Fri, 2010 – 08 – 27 17:34