Welcome to the next round of this outdoor bootcamp in northwest Calgary!
What you’ll get:
- Personalized group training with an experienced, certified coach.
- Group atmosphere with accountability from other members.
- Fun interactive routines, created with your goals in mind. There may be close contact with fellow bootcampers, based on the government restrictions.
- The closest parking is about a 500m walk away, so bring something to carry everything (backpack or wagon works well).
Please bring a yoga mat, proper footwear and appropriate clothing. Ladies, bring anywhere from 8 – 15 lb dumbbells. Men, bring 20-30. We will try and maintain distancing from other members, but depending on how many people sign up, you may be within three meters at times. Also, consider bringing bug spray and sunscreen as the weather changes very quickly. There is a good chance you will end up on the grass too, so keep that in mind when selecting what clothing to wear.
There will be a combination of strength training, mobility, cardio and stretching. I will send a waiver that you must fill out before attending.
IMPORTANT: Cancellations will only happen due to poor weather conditions, or if there is an emergency out of our control. I only cancel if more than 10mm of rain is expected, if there is a thunderstorm warning issued (different from a watch), a snowfall warning is issued, or if any other situation happens where the bootcamp becomes unsafe. There will be no refunds due to weather-related cancellations, however I will do my best to try and reschedule.
Times for the bootcamp: 6:00 p.m. on Tuesdays, 6:00 p.m. on Thursdays (except for the week of August 17th, where there will be classes on the 17th and 18th).
It will be held in Nolan Hill, just west of Shaganappi Trail. The best address I can provide is 8 Nolan Hill Blvd NW. Below is a map, and the bottom red circle indicates where we will be moving our bodies. The blue circles indicate parking.
If you’re familiar with the area, it will be held on a cement pad just north of Symons Valley Blvd and east of Sarcee Trail.
There is parking on Nolan Hill Drive (on the west side). You can also park in the parking lot of State & Main, and then walk across the street. Whatever you’re most comfortable with.