FAQs / Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What types of sessions do you offer?
A. We offer Battle Fit sessions which are inspired by British Army training techniques, but suitable for all adults, so no military experience is required. We also offer HIIT (High Intensity Intervals Training) and circuits-based sessions. All sessions involve cardio and strength elements.
Q. Do I need to be fit to join in a session?
A. Absolutely not! Our sessions are designed to suit all levels of fitness in mixed groups and you’ll meet people fitter than you, but you’ll also be fitter than others. We’re here to help you get fitter and we all have to start somewhere (please see my own story!). No-one is going to judge you 🙂
Q. When are your sessions?
A. These can vary so please check the Events calendar for availability.
Q. If it’s raining or cold will the session be cancelled?
A. Cancellations are always a last resort! We only cancel sessions due to severe weather, or where the safety of our members could be put at risk.
Q. Where do we meet?
A. This varies depending on the day, please check the Events section for detail. All locations are currently around Droitwich.
Q. How much does it cost?
A. We offer monthly prepaid plans for £30 (£27 for serving & ex-military / blue light personnel) and pay as you go for £5 per session and you are welcome to try a session for free.
Q. Will I be locked into a lengthy contract if I sign up by direct debit?
A. You are free to cancel at any time 🙂
Q. Can I just turn up and train?
A. All of our sessions require pre-booking to allow us to manage them more efficiently and access to Impney Park is currently gated.
Q. How do I book?
A. Please see this page: How to Book
Q. Do I need to bring anything with me to a session?
A. Please bring your own drink in a bottle of up to 500ml.
Q. What should I wear?
A. Good quality trainers with decent grips are recommended for the outdoor sessions. Comfortable non-restrictive training clothes are the best option and in cold / wet conditions, gloves are highly recommended, but not essential.