WIMBLEDON’S FIERCELY FABULOUS LADIES’ TRAINING COLLECTIVE, BRINGING OUT THE BEST IN EACH OTHER WITH PROGRESSIVE WORKOUTS AND GOOD VIBES ONLY.
Only superwomen may apply. Yes, that’s you. And, technically, there’s no ‘application’ required. Fit Brit Collective’s dedicated Ladies Who Lunge bootcamp is the most supportive ladies only Wimbledon workout. Whether you’re just starting out, love to train but long for some variety, are having a baby soon or have just become a super-mum (congrats!), this is a group that will welcome, challenge and motivate you at every stage of your journey. Using a combination of bodyweight drills and compound weight-based exercises, the sessions are designed to boost functional strength now and injury-proof your body for the future.
WHEN and WHERE
Ladies Who Lunge is an all-weather collective that meets at 10AM Monday mornings at Holland Garden, with 2017 sessions held weekly from Monday 8 May, excluding bank holidays. To find out more and secure your space, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or book online here. The workouts last for 50 minutes – and you are very welcome to turn lunging to lunching when time and company permits!
Driving? Parking is ample and free around the park. Alternatively, Holland Garden is a 10 minute walk from nearby Wimbledon Village or from Raynes Park station.
WHAT and WHY
What? High-energy team-based cardio drills
Why? Because short bursts of effort are more fun, rewarding and effective than long-form cardio – especially with a group to cheer you on
What? Kettlebell, slam ball and weight based exercises
Why? Resistance training helps prevent osteoporosis, which is most common in women and can be related to deteriorating bone density beginning as early as your late 20s
What? A women only community
Why? We address female-specific strengths and weaknesses and create an atmosphere where you feel safe sharing your personal exercise concerns with peers who can relate
What? An all-weather clan you can count on
Why? There’s something invigorating about training in the rain – so we don’t shy away from our workouts when the weather gods deliver an extra challenge. Every session will be modified for safety and with consideration for any extraordinary conditions.
What? Fitness advice beyond the workout
Why? When the hour’s up, I’m still right here and happy to help. Talk to me about your training and nutrition questions, share updates on your personal fitness journey and learn how to move your body safely, efficiently and confidently.
What to bring
- Water bottle
- Comfortable workout clothes (including waterproofs in the event of rain)
- Outdoor trainers
- Sweat towel
- Ample willpower