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30 MINUTE HIIT

 

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BENEFITS

 High Intensity Interval Training is a highly efficient training technique in which you go all-out, 100% effort with quick, intense bursts of exercise, followed by short, sometimes active, recovery periods.

This class is great for those short on time. HiiT training gets and keeps your heart rate up throughout the session so that it burns more fat and calories in less time. It also keeps burning calories long after your session is finished…

So prepare to succeed and get results fast!

TIME EFFICIENT

BURN MORE CALORIES

MORE FUN THAN RUNNING

NO EQUIPMENT

TONED BODY

FAST RESULTS

ANTI-AGEING

SPEED UP METABOLISM

OUR VENUES & CLASSES

WEEKLY TIMETABLE

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MEMBERSHIP & PRICING

START

4 Weeks
€50

Membership: 12 Classes

Sessions: Up to 3 classes per week

Duration: 30 Minutes

Access: All Locations

When: Any Day

Saturdays: 60 Minute Bootcamp Included

DROP IN

3 Months
€15, €70 or €100

Membership: 1, 6 or 10 Classes

Sessions: Drop In

Duration: 30 Minutes

Access: All Locations

When: Any Day

Saturdays: 60 Minute Bootcamp with a Class Pass

TESTIMONIALS

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What is HiiT Training?

High Intensity Interval Training is a highly efficient training technique in which you go all-out, 100% effort with quick, intense bursts of exercise, followed by short, sometimes active, recovery periods. This class is great for those short on time. HiiT training gets and keeps your heart rate up throughout the session so that it burns more fat and calories in less time. It also keeps burning calories long after your session is finished

How fit do I need to be to join?

The great thing about bootcamp is that everyone trains at their own pace. Our instructors will encourage you to push yourself, but no member is asked to go beyond their ability. As a minimum we would recommend that you can walk for 60mins at a good pace, breaking into a jog here and there? If so, then see you at class

What does a class entail?

We arrive 10 minutes before the session begins; as this is a quick lung buster of a class please arrive on time as we will start promptly. Warm up time is reduced to 5-7 mins and then we go straight a variety of circuit training, cardio training, strength and conditioning. There are limited breaks, because of the type of training it is, NOT because we don’t want to give you a rest, so be prepared to work hard in a short space of time!

How do the Memberships work?

Our sessions run for Four Weeks, there are up to 12 classes 2 of which are 30mins mid week and a bonus 60 minute session on a Saturday morning in any of our Saturday locations which are Bushy Park @ 9.30 and Herbert & Phoenix both @10.30. As a member you are free to attend these anytime. In fact we encourage you to attend a Saturday session so that you are getting the most out of your membership and will notice the effects of your training sooner!

What happens if I miss a class?

You can make up your missed class on a Saturday morning 10.30 -11.30 in any of our Sat locations – this is full 60 minute session. We just ask that attend as many as you can so that you can including your Saturday session to optimise your results and get the most out of the sessions.

Where is it on?

Our HiiT Locations change from Time to Time so see Timetable for latest classes available!

Can I bring a friend?

Yeah sure! And if 5 or more of you join, one goes free! (All 5 must register and pay in full at the same time and at the start of a full session).

What if it rains?

Bootcamp Ireland classes go ahead regardless of the weather; Hail, Rain or Shine! In the event of any changes we will communicate with you via text and/or email so it’s vital that you enter the correct mobile number and email address during the online registration process. Should your email/mobile change during your session, it is up to you to update your details on line.

What should I wear to training?

You do not need any specialist gear to train with Bootcamp Ireland. Good quality runners are essential (i.e. no Converse runners!). We recommend wearing a t-shirt, a long sleeved top and a top layer whether it’s a rain coat or windcheater. That way as you get hotter you can remove layers easily. For your lower body; running leggings, shorts or tracksuit bottoms will do the trick! And don’t forget your water bottle; sip it throughout the day on your day of training to make sure you are hydrated coming to class. In Summer you want to consider insect repellent. During winter: protect your extremities with gloves, hat, buff and ensure you have a towel/warm jacket in the car!

Can I go alone?

Of course you can! In fact most of our members come on their own and meet up with other members in the same boat! Its’ actually a great place to meet new people and get fit at the same time!

Can I leave my valuables with Team or Instructor?

No, they cannot take responsibility for your belongings. We recommend that you only bring what you can carry. If travelling by car we advise that you lock your valuables into your car (or your friends car, and tie your key to your shoe lace securely). If possible ensure that you have put all handbags/sports bags/clothing etc in the boot BEFORE coming to this car park to avoid any unwanted attention. Bootcamp Ireland cannot accept any responsibility for any lost or stolen property. We know this is not always possible so if you have to bring a bag please ensure that you have nothing valuable in your bag as we move from our meeting point during the session.

Should I talk to a doctor before Bootcamp?

Bootcamp classes are suitable for the general population, so no prior screening should be necessary unless you have a particular medical condition i.e. post natal, heart condition etc. Each member is required to complete a health waiver form on signing up. Should you have any particular illness or disabilities, please inform the instructor before any session.

How do I prepare for Bootcamp on the day I train?

Physically, it is advised that you do not eat at least 1 hour before the session. It’s good to have a substantial lunch on the day of the session, and then a small snack at 4pm. That way, you get the most out of the training, and feel much better. It is also advised to sip water throughout the day up until 2 hours before the class. Mentally, just come along, and prepare to have a good time and work out to the best of your ability.

When can I start Bootcamp?

We have specific start dates for HiiT Training Sessions; check out the timetable for upcoming sessions.

Can I try it out first?

Like most other courses of this nature, (i.e. circuit training, pilates, dance, etc..), it is essential that all members taking part, pay in full prior to the commencement of any session, so if you have questions at all about the training, please feel free to ask Bootcamp by either email or phone.

How to do I qualify for the Bonus 6 week session?

If you join and pay in full for 4 x 6 week sessions back to back (this means no more than one week break between sessions) you get your 5th session absolutely FREE. 30 weeks of training for the price the price of 24. There’s no catch, it’s as simple as that 🙂

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