Equipment & Workouts
Never before has a bootcamp program used this combination of equipment. Normally reserved for gyms or strength and conditioning centres, Burn 1000 Bootcamp features equipment that will test your body like never before. You’ll push, pull, squat, twist, lunge, throw, swing, crawl and slam your way to 1000 calories!
Create the chiselled body of a Spartan warrior using a combination of weights, kettlebells, deadballs, battle ropes and more.
Exercises include squats and deadlifts, deadball carries and throws, and all sorts of presses and rows.
Increase your metabolism by creating lean muscle and improve full body strength and conditioning.
Calorie Guide: Men – 700-1000 Women – 500-750
High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) with sprinting intervals, hill training and lung-busting cardio efforts.
Improve your running technique and speed, dramatically increase lung capacity and your overall cardio fitness.
The ultimate fat burning class, low impact on muscles and great training for legs, butt and core.
Calorie Guide: Men – 700-1100 Women – 550-800
A primarily bodyweight-based class, focusing on improving your strength and conditioning using minimal weights.
Exercises include squats and lunges, push ups and body rows, agility work and a lot of core training.
Improve your flexibility and joint mobility, muscular endurance and focus your energy on movement technique and core activation.
Calorie Guide: Men – 600-900 Women – 450-650
Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee in our boxing class!
Learn combos, improve footwork and have a great fat burning workout all at once.
Train your cardio and stamina levels, improve core strength and tightness.
Calorie Guide: Men – 600-900 Women – 450-700
15kg and 25kg bags of soft, wet, heavy sand. Expect clean and jerks, carries, farmers walks, squats, swings and throws – they don’t let you do this stuff in a gym!
A pivoting olympic barbell, used for twisting, pressing, pulling, throwing and catching that will annihilate your arms and fry your core.
In a thickness normally reserved for tying a ship the size of the Titanic to a pier, expect slams, twists, jumps, carries, and more slams. If your shoulders stop screaming you might be able to hear your abs complaining too.
Olympic athletes didn’t get their low body fat physiques from endless Pump classes and pretend air punching. They get it from lifting weights, breaking down muscles to build them up again. Expect thrusters, highpulls, cleans & jerks, squats, deadlifts and rows. Do you even lift?
Think of the heaviest medicine ball at your gym. Now double it. Now double it again. This is roughly the weight of our deadballs. Filled with compressed sand, these bad boys don’t bounce, they don’t roll, and most of all, they don’t show mercy. They are 20kg and 30kg of solid, awkward pain.
Using your own body for resistance is harder than it looks. Take a look at gymnasts’ bodies and see whether they’re missing bicep curls and leg raises. Expect pistol squats, horizontal rows, atomic push-ups and knees to elbows.