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BakerStreetQ Bootcamp 7, 14, 21, 28 June
Wed 21 June 2017, 18:30 – 19:30 BST
Bootcamps in Manchester Square, every Wednesday throughout June at 18.30.
Once again, we'll be hosting our very own weekly bootcamp programme led by a personal trainer. This intensive 45 minute fitness class will promise to get your heart racing helping you to get fitter and torch fat just in time for summer. Think squats, press ups, burpees, kettle bell swings and much more, as long as you’re prepared to have fun, get sweaty and work hard then this class is for you! This high intensity work out is suitable for all fitness levels.
Our bootcamp programme will take place on Wednesday 7, 14, 21 and 28 June, you must register for each session you wish to attend.
Please be ready at the above start time and meeting point. We are unable to provide lockers. If you are attending for the first time you must complete and return a Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire (PAR-Q) prior to attending, failure to do so will result in you not being able to take part. Completed forms should be shown to the trainer at your first session. Download a PAR-Q here.
This is a public event with BakerStreetQ members receiving a subsidised rate, a special rate is offered to those who live and work in Marylebone. Tickets are non refundable. The price of the tickets has been set to help cover our costs of running this event.
During the session we may take pictures for promotional use, if you do not wish to be captured please let us know in advance.
By registering you are confirming you have read and are providing your consent to the below:
The sessions are designed to gradually improve cardiovascular fitness, muscular fitness and flexibility. In doing so it is necessary that you will work at a higher level of exertion compared to your everyday activity. You may therefore experience quicker breathing, increased heart rate and increased stress on joints and muscles. You may become hot and sweaty, and experience some short-term muscle soreness on the days following training.
All reasonable steps will be taken to ensure that activities are safe and effective and that risk of injury is minimised. If at any time you feel any pain or discomfort, stop performing the activity and inform your trainer.
Please inform your trainer if you feel that for any reason you should not perform any of the activities in the programme (such as illness or injury that could be aggravated by such activity).