No two gyms are alike and every gym has different ways of training, strategies and regimes so it stands to reason that it's hard to get a feel for a gym after only one lesson. There are normally three different types of people that start training, the total novice, the person that has done a little in the past and the drifter that has been round all the local gyms.
What is a beginners camp?
A beginners camp is a four-week introduction to training at our gym for new people attending our gym. Sessions are 90 min in duration and run twice weekly over the four week period. The emphasis is on giving participants the necessary detailed instruction to understand how we train the systems technically whilst improving their physical fitness. The beginners camp is, therefore, a lower intensive way of starting your training with us.
What do you need to know?
- Camps are unisex and for adults only.
- Camps run every three months.
- Camps are not suitable for people preparing for fights
- Camps are group classes and require your ability to work in a group.
# What to wear
Training attire is general fitness clothing such as tracksuit, shorts, t-shirt.
kickboxing: Bare feet
Strictly no outdoor footwear allowed on the mats, no exceptions.
Earings or piercings are not permitted to be worn during training unless covered by clothing tape or plasters.
# Pro tips
Don't expect us to train the same as your old gym or do techniques from Youtube.
We are not interested in your previous experience more so on your ability to learn new stuff.
Be on time for training. These are group classes which means we train as a group, holding up a class will not be tolerated.
Do not chew gum whilst training.
Do not spit on the mats
Respect and help your training partners
Regular practice means greater improvement. Don't expect to improve as quick as someone if your attendance is poor.
# Benefits of training with us
Improved health and wellbeing
Opportunity to compete at a variety of different levels from local to international.
Fantastic social outlet
Variety of different systems to train in