Personal Training

We normally offer three styles of training – Group/Boot Camp, Mum’s Club and our small group Shared PT sessions.

During COVID-19 we will focus exclusively on Personal Training. All other training is suspended.

One-on-one personal training is still safe in line with social distancing measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

The means outdoor personal training sessions are limited to one-on-one only, with strict social distancing rules still in place.

We have sessions for kids that are extended out to 90 minutes, but as it’s maximum of two people only – this means trainer plus one participant, so parents and carers cannot remain for their child’s activity; drop-off and pickup only.

With safety as our top priority, B.FIRM continues to follow the directives and guidelines set out by the territory and federal governments and the Chief Medical Officer.

Boot camp sessions are until further notice held at our Outdoor Activity Centre in Symonston (click for Google directions).

Drag a sandbag, push out 100 sit-ups or push-ups, climb up and over the cargo net and monkey bars, get some sprints under your belt and the list goes on. Each session is a challenge and will help you become fitter, stronger and more confident in yourself, your health and your training.

In this time we understand everyone’s health and wellbeing, particularly mental health, is of the utmost importance.

Bookings info@bfirm.com.au or Lee Campbell 0418 22 55 25

Outdoor training sessions are a great way to work during isolation.

Just purchase your sessions and come along to your preferred session. Purchased sessions can be used at any session and there is no time limit to use them.

 
 
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One thing every client agrees on is if they think they can only do 10 push-ups, I’ll get them to do 40. If they think they can do one set up stairs, I get them to do 10. Often the biggest boundaries are not the physical ones, but the mental and emotional ones people put in front of them. But they all rise to the challenge.
Lee Campbell