Bootcamp / HIIT London is the perfect combination of high intensity interval training that consists of short bursts of intense exercise followed by smaller periods of rest. It’s incredible for toning, fat loss and overall cardiovascular fitness. Bootcamp on the other hand, involves heavier weights and focuses more on core strength through using body / free weights to increase resistance. This increases metabolism and gets you burning fat for hours after you’ve left the session. Blending the two means that we have HIIT movements which slim you down, plus bootcamp style exercises which help you develop lean muscle, essential for boosting your metabolic rate for a longer period of time.
How long does a Bootcamp / HIIT session last?
Sessions last for 60 minutes. They start and finish punctually. Each session includes a 5-10 minute warm-up and cool-down / stretch. If you need to leave a session early, we can accommodate that.
How many people attend each session?
Attendance varies in each location, at each session time and according to the weather. We aim to have 7-10 people per trainer at each session. Newer groups only have one trainer until they reach this client to trainer ratio.
What do I need to bring to the session?
We recommend you bring some water, wear suitable clothing to train in, suitable footwear for exercise, and a light splash proof jacket in case of rain. Some clients prefer to bring their own wrist guards for the boxing sessions, but if you haven't got these, don't worry - we provide inner gloves for hygiene reasons. All other equipment is provided at the session.
What happens if it's raining?
Sessions go ahead regardless of the weather. On particularly wet days we move to a wet weather location. You will be notified of the location change by your trainer 45 minutes before the session.
What's the male/female ratio like?
Client gender ratios vary across the locations, usually according to the head trainer's style and the session time. Broadly, 65% of our Bootcamp / HIIT clients are female and 35% are male.