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"Brilliant session with Tim"

Boot camp or PT session

$60

"As a beginner I felt comfortable with Raffaele and we did a variety of useful exercises using his equipment. Full body workout with focus on what I requested. Highly recommended "

Personal training bootcamp style session

$45

"Harry went out of his way to make me feel comfortable and secure. Very knowledgeable and patient - great with technique. I was pretty apprehensive but glad I went with Harry - Thankyou again!!"

Bootcamp in Enmore/Stanmore

$60

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Top Bootcamp Training related questions

In some ways, yes. Bootcamp training can be a more positive experience as you train with a group of people. You may make new friends in this training setup, and it’s more fun to exercise with a group! Most bootcamp training sessions are at outdoor venues, so your training area isn’t as compact and may have better ventilation than a gym if the weather is pleasant. 

Have your comfortable workout outfit, trainers, water bottle and towel ready for your bootcamp training. Depending on your exercise routine, some Taskers may ask you to bring your own jump rope, light kettlebell weight or medicine ball. Some Taskers can lend you these items or buy them for you upon request. You can also bring a towel and a change of clothes to your sessions. 

Bootcamp training is inspired by military bootcamp, but they are pretty different. Some fitness trainers got the idea from military training and made similar fitness programs that have intense exercises with short rest breaks in between. Some bootcamp trainers take the military inspiration a step further by dressing up like a drill instructor, complete with uniform, whistle, and barking orders for exercises! 

Yes, absolutely! Bootcamp training has High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) at its core, which can build muscle and help you lose fat. But don’t pin all your hopes of becoming fit via the training alone - you have to combine this with enough sleep and the proper diet. So sleep at least 8 hours every night, do away with fast food, eat home-cooked meals of lean meats, and you can have a fit body in no time!

It will help if you look for a bootcamp trainer who has the requisite experience and the ability to modify the training to fit your needs and physical capacity. While it’s called “bootcamp”, this type of training shouldn’t be as punishing as a military bootcamp, but it can push your limits. An ideal trainer should also have the proper credentials, like a degree in a health or fitness discipline and emergency medical training, which includes first aid and CPR.  

Beginning students of bootcamp training should only have a session once a week. More fit students can have (at most) two sessions a week with two days in between and never have one after another. The reason for these limits? Bootcamp training can be very stressful, and you can have a bad reaction to the physical and possibly psychological stress of the workout.

In some ways, yes. Bootcamp training can be a more positive experience as you train with a group of people. You may make new friends in this training setup, and it’s more fun to exercise with a group! Most bootcamp training sessions are at outdoor venues, so your training area isn’t as compact and may have better ventilation than a gym if the weather is pleasant. 

Bootcamp training is inspired by military bootcamp, but they are pretty different. Some fitness trainers got the idea from military training and made similar fitness programs that have intense exercises with short rest breaks in between. Some bootcamp trainers take the military inspiration a step further by dressing up like a drill instructor, complete with uniform, whistle, and barking orders for exercises! 

It will help if you look for a bootcamp trainer who has the requisite experience and the ability to modify the training to fit your needs and physical capacity. While it’s called “bootcamp”, this type of training shouldn’t be as punishing as a military bootcamp, but it can push your limits. An ideal trainer should also have the proper credentials, like a degree in a health or fitness discipline and emergency medical training, which includes first aid and CPR.  

Have your comfortable workout outfit, trainers, water bottle and towel ready for your bootcamp training. Depending on your exercise routine, some Taskers may ask you to bring your own jump rope, light kettlebell weight or medicine ball. Some Taskers can lend you these items or buy them for you upon request. You can also bring a towel and a change of clothes to your sessions. 

Yes, absolutely! Bootcamp training has High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) at its core, which can build muscle and help you lose fat. But don’t pin all your hopes of becoming fit via the training alone - you have to combine this with enough sleep and the proper diet. So sleep at least 8 hours every night, do away with fast food, eat home-cooked meals of lean meats, and you can have a fit body in no time!

Beginning students of bootcamp training should only have a session once a week. More fit students can have (at most) two sessions a week with two days in between and never have one after another. The reason for these limits? Bootcamp training can be very stressful, and you can have a bad reaction to the physical and possibly psychological stress of the workout.

What do Bootcamp training services include?

Bootcamp training services include all the tasks and activities necessary to help you achieve your fitness goals with this rigorous, military training-style fitness program. 

While some Taskers may provide this service to a single client, Bootcamp training is often conducted with a group of people. Your Tasker can work with you to come up with a Bootcamp training program that suits your needs. 

Setting goals

Your bootcamp training begins with your Tasker helping you set your fitness goals. As Bootcamp training is a more demanding form of physical training, you may need to level up your fitness and flexibility before joining. Your Tasker may ask about your medical history and current physical condition before they design your training program. 

Some Taskers may request you get a physical examination from your doctor and prove a clean bill of health before booking the service. Once you give your Tasker the necessary information, they can design a training program and customise it to suit your level.

Stretching & warming up

Before you do the exercises, your Tasker can have you do stretching and warm-up exercises. These are necessary to get your muscles, lungs, and heart ready and minimise cramping or soreness after the session. They can have you do stretching exercises, stationary jogging, jumping jacks or other warm-ups. You may do several warm-up exercises for at least 30 seconds each.

Nutrition advice

Some Taskers can give you a nutrition guide upon request. They can create a customised diet program you can use to help you reduce body fat or help your body maximise muscle gains after each workout.  

You can help your progress along by hiring someone to provide you with the ingredients to prepare your recommended meals. You can also hire a service to handle your weekly meal preparation and help you stick to your recommended diet. 

Doing the workouts

After finishing the stretching exercises, your Tasker can have you do the Bootcamp circuit training. This can consist of different activities like short sprints, burpees, bear crawls, medicine ball slams and other challenging routines. You may do various strength training exercises in your Bootcamp training in 2 sets of 12 reps each, or several sets and reps suitable to your level - all done within an hour. 

Cooldown exercises and stretches

Towards the end of your session, your Tasker can have you do exercises of lesser intensity and stretches. This is to cool down your muscles and further minimise the risk of cramping or soreness after the workout. 

Recent Bootcamp Training tasks

Bootcamp in Enmore/Stanmore

$60

Enmore NSW, Australia

29th Jan 2022

Hello Looking for a trained PT or Bootcamp instructor who can provide Bootcamp 2 -3 days per week in Enmore/Stanmore 1-1 sessions for 45 mins/hour and would hopefully be ongoing. Preferably during the day as I currently work from home. Thankyou

Harry went out of his way to make me feel comfortable and secure. Very knowledgeable and patient - great with technique. I was pretty apprehensive but glad I went with Harry - Thankyou again!!

Female personal trainer/bootcamp

$40

Griffin QLD 4503, Australia

15th Sep 2021

I am looking for a female personal trainer or a Bootcamp for ladies

Boot camp instructor

$5

Gatton QLD 4343, Australia

9th May 2021

I have a hilly property perfect for a personal trainer who wants to use it for boot camps I have been wanting to set up a boot camp so please contact me if this interest s you

Personal trainer or boot camp flagstaff gardens

$200

West Melbourne VIC 3003, Australia

2nd Nov 2020

Before or after work one or two times mid week

3x weekly boot camp for 2 people

$150

Northcote VIC 3070, Australia

31st Jul 2020

Ideally not just burpees. Also, some weights or I get bored. Northcote. 2 people. 3 times a week.

I need a PT for 1-1 or boot camp sessions

$40

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

19th May 2020

Looking for a reasonable priced PT to help a girl who has done no exercise (except walking!) in ISO . Location - Steyne Park Double Bay

Corporate boot camp

$10

Waterloo NSW, Australia

26th Feb 2020

Looking for a trainer to come once a week to a public park outside our office in the morning and run a boot camp. 45 mins, minimum 3 people every session up to 6 looking for a per person rate

Personal training or boot camp

$50

Maribyrnong VIC, Australia

7th Oct 2021

I’m looking for outdoor PT or boot camps near Maribyrnong to try and get some exercise during the lockdown. I’m looking for a very supportive trainer/group, my motivation is to feel my best and boost my energy (not to lose weight). Thanks in advance!

NEEDED: 1 x Corporate Boot Camp trainer/PT

$100

South Melbourne VIC, Australia

21st Jul 2021

Looking for: - Someone with experience in corporate bootcamps/group training - Office based in South Melbourne - Equipment provided - 2-3 classes a week - Early AM classes and 12pm/1pm classes - Can be flexible, times can change week to week

I need bootcamp training

$40

Marsden Park NSW, Australia

24th Mar 2021

Looking for boot camp personal training

I need bootcamp training

$50

Ridleyton SA 5008, Australia

29th Aug 2020

I would like 2x week 1 on 1 lessons at a park near me for fitness and I also suffer mental illness and am trying to over come my addiction (drugs) and tone up and give me my self esteem & confidence back & have something to look forward to twice a week as Im not wanting to leave my house ive lost myself and want to find me again and I love being outdoors thankyou

Group Training/boot camp Sessions

$20

Malvern VIC, Australia

26th May 2020

I’m looking to join a group, 45 mins to 60 mins. Combination of strength and agility training. Once a week.

Outdoor boot camp / training

$50

Parramatta NSW, Australia

26th Mar 2020

Looking for a qualified PT that could train about 5-10 people 3-4 times a week for approx an hour. HITT workouts Can possibly bring our own dumbbells and weights

Training boot camp /personal

$70

Clemton Park NSW, Australia

11th Jun 2022

Personal/small group training at Yatama park, Clemton park possibly. For 2/3 people. Looking for Personal training/motivational/ exercising at the park. Mornings from 9;30 am. 45 min /1hr - Due date: Flexible

Boot camp or PT session

$60

Fitzroy North VIC, Australia

20th Sep 2021

Want a PT session or to boot camp class

Brilliant session with Tim

Salsa private lessons/boot camp

$60

Bronte NSW 2024, Australia

16th May 2021

I am looking to improve my Salsa skills as quickly as I can and need and instructor to both train, fine tune and practice with.

I need bootcamp training

$20

Thornbury VIC 3071, Australia

2nd Dec 2020

outdoor bootcamp training classes

Outdoor bootcamp or personal trainer

$60

Pyrmont NSW, Australia

28th Aug 2020

I am looking for an outdoor fitness group or personal trainer in the Pyrmont area.

Bootcamp or PT outdoor in groups

$25

Wolli Creek NSW, Australia

24th May 2020

- I would like to join any bootcamp or PT session outdoor in any nearby park in Wolli Creek. - I prefer it to be in groups. - Preferred time is either early morning before work or late afternoon after work on weekdays. - 45 minutes / an hour - No contract - Weekly 2/3 times - Payment per day basis

Join Outdoor bootcamp training

$65

East Brisbane QLD 4169, Australia

25th Mar 2020

Me and my partner want to join outdoor bootcamp. Or get a personal trainer