Posts Tagged ‘boot camp’

Total Body, Preston Park

October 4, 2017 at 9:30
Posted by Rachael Woolston

Core HiiT

Core HiiT

 

Drop the kids off to school and head down to the park for some fun, effective fitness sessions that will get you in the shape of your life, while  having lots of fun.

Wednesday, is our 45 minute Body Athletic session, designed to help YOU find your own inner athleticism. It doesn’t matter what your size, shape, age or fitness background, we all have our own Jessica Ennis waiting to be unleashed – come and find it with us!

Friday is our 30 minute HiiT class focused just on your butt and abs, get lean and lifted and get it done quick. You may think 30 minutes is not long enough, but just wait until you feel the satisfying muscular ache the next day when Dr DOMS (delayed onset muscle soreness – the sign that your muscles are changing) comes calling.

AND DURING THE HALF TERM WEEK, KIDS CAN COME FREE! PLEASE NOTE THERE IS NO SESSION ON FRIDAY 20TH OCTOBER – WE’ll be off on the Girls Run the World Valencia trip! For drop ins on half the course, email us.

 



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Obstacle Camp

September 5, 2016 at 6:15
Posted by Rachael Woolston

 

It’s back, one of our most popular courses ever! This two week course will not only help you to build your confidence to take on obstacle races, it will help build your body and make you fit and strong in a totally unique way while you have the most incredible fun.

From climbing to water workouts (don’t worry, we don’t require you to swim!) this course is all about team building as well as body defining. Whether you are training for Tough Mudder or equivalent, or you just want to have a fantastic fitness focus when you get back from a summer of letting it all go, this is the one.

But be quick because there are only 12 spaces available on this women only course. Please be aware that the course is not in one location but moves along the seafront using the environment to help to create the kind of workouts that you would face on an obstacle race.  For all levels of fitness. All you need is the desire to try new things and the willingness to be challenged.

10% early bird discount ends July 31st. Apply the code Fitmudders at the checkout



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Body Athletic Hove

July 11, 2016 at 6:00
Posted by Rachael Woolston

Choose between 6-7am course or 7-8am course

(Mon, Tues, Thurs and Weds HIIT from 6:30am )

£100

With the Rio Games almost upon us, join us for this fun two week course inspired by the Olympics. Aimed at BEGINNERS and beyond, this course will include workouts that will transform your body and confidence and change how you view exercising for good. Enjoy rather than enduring exercise as you shape up for summer. DON’T miss our Olympics Games inspired fitness and healthy eating course.

No assessments included on this course.



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WORTHING Summer Bodies

July 4, 2016 at 6:30
Posted by Rachael Woolston

We are coming to Worthing!

Choose between two different camp times:  6.30am-7.15am OR 7.15am – 8am

Join us for this fantastic two week all over body blast that will get you fit, in shape and feeling fantastic. Set right on Worthing Beach, you’ll enjoy spectacular scenery and fitness sessions that will your endorphins sky high

£80



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Vietnamese Poached Chicken Salad

March 30, 2016 at 1:48
Posted by Rachael Woolston

If you want to eat healthily, nourish and repair your body and lose weight then Asian food is a great choice

While most of South East Asian cuisine is built upon the interplay between sweet and sour, which means that many dressings contain sugar, the bulk of their food is so healthy (particularly if you forgo the rice) that a little bit of sugar really doesn’t matter.

I’ve adapted this from Rick Stein’s French Odyssey, £12.99 (Kindle) using Asian ingredients in place of some of the Western ones that he has used as part of my #cookthebooks challenge (see my instagram feed RachaelWoolston).

Ingredients

(makes two)

30g ginger, peeled and thinly sliced

50ml water

75g bean sprouts

2 boneless chicken breasts

1/2 cucumber cut into ribbons

1 tbsp dry fried sesame seeds

Bunch spring onions, trimmed and finely chopped

Fresh mint and coriander torn into pieces

handful roasted peanuts

 

For the dressing

4 tbsp fish sauce or to taste

2 tbsp rice wine vinegar or to taste

Juice of one fresh lime

2 dsp palm sugar

1 medium red hot chilli, finely chopped (seeds in or out according to taste)

1 garlic clove, finely chopped

 

Method

Bring ginger to boil in a pan and then somme with the chicken breasts until cooked (varies according to size). Turn off and leave to cool.

For the dressing, combine all the wet ingredients and then add the chilli and garlic. Add the sugar according to taste and adjust seasoning if need be. If not hot enough, add chilli seeds, if too hot, add more sugar and lime.

Lift the chicken out of the poaching liquid and pull into strings (take skin off if it has skin on).

Combine all the salad ingredients with the chicken except the herbs. Add the dressing and make sure it is evenly distributed (I use my hands) and then add the herbs, toss and serve.

Notes:

If on a Fitbitch weigh loss course, eat the salad as it is. If eating for endurance training, you can add wholegrain rice or noodles to add carbohydrate.

 



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