Tips: Leading Your Classes

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Whilst there are many definitions of leadership, the easiest and perhaps the most versatile is that of one person influencing others to achieve an outcome. It is this viewpoint that has designated our courses as Bootcamp and Outdoor Group Fitness … Read More

Tips: Achieving Success

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First and foremost, Bootcamp should not be used as an opportunity for trainers to ‘smash’ their clients. We do not disagree with hard training, but poor programming, poor exercise selection, and over-training leads to injury, less clients, bad reputation and … Read More

Tips: Maintaining Intensity

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It is quite common for clients in boot camps and outdoor group fitness programs to be left standing around inactive while the instructor describes or demonstrates the lesson or exercise. Further, after the activity has been explained, how often do … Read More

Tips: Finding the Balance Between Instruction and Intensity

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As a way to save time, here are some tips to find the right balance when demonstrating and explaining complex drills and activities. If too much time is spent explaining the activity or drill, you may find that this will … Read More

Tips: How many exercises do you think I would need to fill a 50min class?

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Our Advice The hardest part of this question is knowing the ability of your participants, because we ideally want an individual challenge in a group setting! However there are a number of ways to run your session. Individual challenge. Have … Read More

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