Director & trainer Kate is an inspirational sporting figure, whose achievements in athletics include breaking 42 British records, 12 Commonwealth records and achieving a ranking of 8th in the world for indoor athletics in 1996. A mother of three small children, Kate pursued her passion for educating others to live a healthy lifestyle when she created the government-backed Fitness for Life programme in conjunction with Mark UK. She became director of a nationwide schools programme to promote health and fitness among children. Kate trained with Premier training, one of the leading personal training bodies in the UK, and started training a select group of celebrity clients in London. In 2003 Kate gained the only qualification in the world to run Adventure Boot Camp, following an intense training programme in California and was the first person to bring Adventure Boot Camps to the UK. Kate is currently training with Chi Yoga, for a world-class international yoga qualification which she will integrate into the programmes on her fitness camps and retreats.
Director Daley was quite simply the world's greatest decathlete. Unbeaten for nine years, he was the first to hold the World, Olympic, Commonwealth and European titles at the same time as well as the world record. Daley was Olympic champion in 1980 and 1984 World champion in 1983; European champion in 1982 and 1986, and Commonwealth champion in 1978, 1982 and 1986. He also set four world records in the most demanding of multi-discipline events. Forced to retire from the decathlon through injury in 1992, Daley went on to play professional football. More recently, he has harnessed his matchless drive and enthusiasm to become a leading ambassador lobbying to bring the 2012 Olympics to London. Daley believes that the combination of challenge, support and inspiration offered by the Adventure Boot camp brings a new dimension to training women at all levels of fitness. He says that he is consistently amazed at the commitment of the clients and the results that can be achieved.