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Commando 2HR Bootcamp
Sat. 25 March 2017, 6:30 am – 8:30 am AEDT
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Want a taste of what it would be like to train as a Commando?
Ready to have some fun and challenge yourself mentally and physically?
When is the last time that you pushed yourself outside your comfort zone and tried something new?
Our 2 hour Commando Bootcamp is for you!!
The 2hr Commando Bootcamp is run by G-Force Fitness, a 10 year veteran Commando and a Captain who will push you further than you believe you can be pushed.
By the end of the 2 hours you will be utterly exhausted, utterly spent but you will have a smile on your face. Commando and Captain will be putting you through your paces with drills including leopard crawls, military push-ups, sit-ups etc. but he will also be sharing some of his knowledge about survival skills along the way.
From April & August 2016 2hr Commando Bootcamp, we have taken the best bits and made the March 2017 event.
You will get dirty and muddy and you will be sore, but you won't regret it On Monday you will talk about it with friends, family and co-workers they will think you're mad but inside they will be kicking themselves that they weren't there to do it beside you.
The 2 hour Commando Bootcamp is being held on Saturday 25th of March at 6.40am-9am only 10 minutes away from Wallan. You can join as an individual or a team. A team = 6 people Max.
A top secret info pack with details of where to meet and what to bring will be emailed to you after sign up.
This is an event not to be missed!
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
The event is open to anyone over the age of 12 years old. Parents/Guardians must sign a waiver for any participants under 18.
Do i need to sign a waiver?
Yes, in your info pack a waiver will be attached. You must print this off and bring it on the day of the event.
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Yes, call us and let us know in advance
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
What is the refund policy?