Different workouts each hour, every hour for 6 hours! Workouts vary from 20-40 minutes each. Designed for all fitness levels and abilities, come and unleash the BEAST within! Members & non-members welcome. Lunch provided.
$25 for the day, all proceeds donated to Stars of Dubbo, Dance for Cancer.
Outdoor fitness training at its best.
Fitness Focus Bootcamp brings high intensity functional fitness to an outdoor outside environment. Bootcamp utilises a wide variety of exercise types to develop both muscular and cardiovascular fitness, and promote safe and effective fitness, giving you results you'll love! The exercise types typically include hill sprints, body weight exercises and resistance training.
These types of physical activities exercise the entire body and improve all aspects of fitness and well-being within a short period of time. Most of the exercises performed in Bootcamp require very little equipment, if any. Instead, most exercise types use your own body weight as resistance. Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced fitness levels welcome, as well as options for members and non-members.
Fitness Focus Dubbo and The Grazier’s team up to bring you Dubbo’s best transformation program! FOOD + FITNESS = RESULTS! With x10 calorie controlled meals a week, made with fresh, local ingredients just for you and an All Access gym membership with extra Small Group Training - you’ll be seeing results in no time!
It’s here!! 5yrs Celebration at Fitness Focus Dubbo
Saturday 19th, Sunday 20th and Monday 21st!
Your chance to come and check out Fitness Focus and all the incredible services we have to offer plus grab a deal on memberships for new members or renewals.
Saturday and Sunday 8am-3pm
Free entry, free group fitness classes, jumping castle and check out the smoothie bar from Graziers Table..
In our workshop we will be working on;
- Fundamentals of sprinting technique
- Improving agility and reaction time
- Increasing explosive strength aand acceleration
- Boosting maximal running speed
- Improving mobility and muscle elasticity
- Correcting functional movement patterns