Note: Profiles without complete answers, real first names and clear/recognizable profile pictures will not be approved. Question 1: Are you of average/above fitness with no injuries or medical issues?
What fitness goals do you have? How much weight would you like to lose? How much muscle would you like to gain?
Gain 3kgs of muscle
At your peak fitness within the last 5 years, how fast could you complete a 5km jog? How fast do you think you can complete a 5km right now?
25 minutes at peak and 28 minutes now
What is the best weekday evening for you to meet? (currently we meet on Wednesday evenings in the city). What are the earliest & latest bootcamp start times at which you can meet after work in the city? Bootcamp is 1hr. Assume daylight's not an issue
Wednesday is fine.
At your peak fitness within the last 5 years, how many press/push ups do you think you could do in a row without stopping? How many do you think you can do now? Try to hold a plank(on forearms/toes) for as long as you can right now? How long can you?
40. 90 seconds plank.
A friend brought me to bootcamp so I thought I'd join the site.
This member chose not to make their Meetup membership information public.
Bootcamps happen every Wednesday evening year round with with an average of 40-70 people per session. Every session is different and incorporate traditional bootcamp drills with Crossfit inspired exercises.
The group is mostly young professionals, Aussies and expats, and many of us hang out regularly after and outside of the bootcamps.
I moved to Sydney from New York where I ran a bootcamp in Central Park. Similar bootcamps cost an average of $180/month, but my motto is simple: Fitness should be free and fun.
Once again I'm running free (limit 20 people) bootcamp sessions weekly on Wednesday evenings in the CBD, which are sociable and centre on aerobic fitness and core body strength. What's great about group exercise is that the group provides motivation to push yourselfharder than you normally would on your own and the variety of something new every week makes it fun. It's social nature also makes it a great way to meet fit people.
I gurantee you'll wake up sore every Friday morning ;-)