COVID-19 BOOTCAMP

WHAT DOES A BOOTCAMP

SESSION CONSIST OF?

For boot camp workouts, think ‘group training sessions’, think ‘online’ (whatever the weather and whatever the season!), think ‘fun’ and think ‘challenging’.

 

Based on military style fitness programmes, sessions are organised by fitness instructors and will be running through ZOOM.
 

Access these sessions from the comfort of your own home. Sessions usually last for 35 minutes and contain a broad mix of running and bodyweight exercises, which have the aim of providing an all-over body workout.

 

In these circuit-training-style sessions, you can expect to work hard and get hot and sweaty but also enjoy a new dimension to exercising because of the variety that the sessions bring. Individual bootcamp classes are likely to differ in the specific focus of the session, for example one may include more military style drills, while another may include more booty exercises.

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The majority of online boot camp sessions take place:

9am, 10am, & 5:30pm.

BenEfits of bootcamp training

By providing a mixture of strength exercises and cardiovascular training, a good boot camp session will work the heart and lungs and give almost every muscle in your body a workout. Sessions involve a warm-up and cool-down, bodyweight exercises, running, stretching, relays, and exercises.
And most of all, keep you healthy against COVID 19.

WHO IS

BOOTCAMP TRAINING SUITABLE FOR?

Boot camp sessions are intense however, they are suitable for novice exercisers and fitness enthusiasts alike, because individuals will be allowed to work at their own personal level and intensity.

 

Some sessions will also be specifically designed to introduce people to the boot camp concept. Expect to sweat during a boot camp session and make sure you push yourself - whatever your ability - to get the most out of the training.


A good boot camp session will include variations of each exercise to cater for different abilities, and instructors will select balanced teams so that the competitive element remains fair. If a participant has an injury or is concerned about how challenging the session will be, then it is important to raise any concerns with the instructor at registration.  

WHERE

CAN I EXPERIENCE

BOOTCAMP

TRAINING?

Via ZOOM, an online conferencing platform. 

 

0401359652

Hurstville@trinationfitness.com

 

Due to the popularity of boot camp classes It’s best to book the session in advance to avoid disappointment.
 

COST?
 

FREE

 

 

WHAT SHOULD

I prepare?

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Always take a bottle of water to keep hydrated because at home you can lose a lot of fluid from breathing out. Hydration is even more important in the summer, when you will need to drink throughout your workout. It is also important to eat as soon as possible after your session ends to begin the refueling and rebuilding process, which will optimize your recovery.


The boot camp sessions themselves require little equipment as most of the exercises are completed using your own bodyweight. Additional equipment that may be introduced include a chair, backpack and kettlebells, dumbbells or a small suitcase.

 


 

IS BOOTCAMP TRAINING REALLY FOR ME?

Only one person can completely answer that question - you. But given the increasing popularity of this fitness concept, it’s likely that you’ll be able to fit in easily, as it’s likely there will be other people at the sessions who have similar levels of fitness to you.


Boot camp gives you the opportunity to break away from a routine of either no exercise or simply going through the motions with your usual session. Add to this mix the motivational qualities of a good instructor, the camaraderie of group training and the refreshing nature of working out next to nature, and you have all the ingredients for a challenging fitness programme that can elevate your fitness to a much higher level than you could achieve alone.


 

Putting the effort into boot camping

Boot camp training forms the cornerstone of the fitness regimes used by the armed forces, who are arguably the all-round fittest group of people in our society. So the training system certainly works! Nothing worthwhile is achieved without effort and hard work - and the popularity of boot camp indicates that with our increasingly sedentary lifestyles, the opportunity to burn off some calories and get a genuine total body workout that leaves you knowing you’ve had a tough session is very appealing. So why not give boot camp fitness a go?


FOR THE COMMUNITY


Even if you're not much of a fitness fan, you may baulk at the prospect of staying indoors for a few weeks while barely raising your step count. Exercise is vital for our mental and physical health, and is arguably more important than ever during periods of self-isolation. "It's definitely possible to stay fit at home, particularly through intense workouts that tend to work better for fat loss and muscle growth in comparison to long-duration cardio," says Jae Wydeveld, a personal trainer for the trainers. "Add kettlebells or a set of dumbbells into the mix, and this will ensure that you're doing enough strength training to maintain and build lean muscle away from the gym."  

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