Boot camp training sessions are a wide variety of different training's including lifting weights / objects, pulling up bars, push-ups, crunches, plyometric training and various types of intense explosive but empowering routines.
Many other exercises using weights and / or body weight, similar to 'cross-fit' routines are used to lose body fat and increase cardiovascular efficiency, increase strength and help people get into a routine of regular exercise.
A great way to start is to take part in my 6 week challenge which consists of both the training programme and nutrition support and accountability.
I usually train outside (weather permitting) but also train online.
Boot- camp Packages
Women Only Boot-camp – Unlimited
In person and online sessions
Boot camp is a fitness session that promotes fat loss, camaraderie and team effort..
It is designed to push people a bit further than they would normally push themselves in the gym...
Boot camp uses body weight weight exercises like push ups, squats, bur-pees, interspersed with running and competitive games...
The idea is that everyone involved works at their own pace as you team up and work towards one goal either in pairs, small teams of three or four or even two teams head on...
Boot camp provides social support for those taking part.
This provides a different environment for those exercisers who get bored in a gym or find it hard to develop a habit of exercise.
Members of boot camp are usually tested for fitness on the first day and then retested at different intervals.
How long is the session?
The session is a 45 minutes session
What do you do in the session?
The session is based on a 5 pillar of general physical preparedness which includes endurance, aerobic, anaerobic(glyc), aneraerobic (ATP) and power...
The sessions are varied throughout the week to cover these pillars which consist of body weight exercises, strength using weights such dumb bells and kettle bells, resistant bands and boxing drills, running, plyometric and high intensity exercises.
Here's one part of a session example: Session called Gimme 4!
4 x jabs 4 x cross 4 x interweaving hooks 4 x reverse lunges Pad holder will be moving sideways, forwards backwards and 90 degrees
Why should you attend?
An advantage of a boot camp is that the large group dynamic will often help motivate the participants. The key benefits of attending are fat loss, increased energy levels, reduce stress and getting your sexy back!
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