We currently have three mixed sessions open to over 16s:
Tuesdays @ 5.45-6.45pm
Thursdays @ 5.30-6.30pm
Saturdays @ 12-1pm
Expect to be pushed, but … still keep a smile on your face 🙂
We are not about fancy high tech gyms and posing in front of the mirror – we aim to make you feel good about yourself in an environment that will start to feel like your second home.
That’s not to say we don’t have a gym to be proud of – its home to a full sized boxing ring, several punch bags, cardio machines, free weights, circuit and bodyweight equipment which allows us to adapt to any style of workout.
Our coaches enjoy keeping you on your toes and inventing new ways to spice up your boxing session and see real improvements in your fitness. You will be taught to box whilst improving all aspects of fitness from cardio vascular to technique to strength and conditioning.
All sessions start with a varied warm up and move onto pad work, bag work, circuits, skipping and even sparring for those who wish to put their newly acquired boxing skills into practice. We don’t have a set routine that is followed session after session – we plan them in a way that will surprise you and keep you switched on and not counting down the seconds to the final bell.
All you need to bring to start is some standard gym clothes, trainers and you’re ready to go.
Booking for these sessions is not necessary at this moment in time but will be in the near future- please check back here before you turn up.
If you would like to book a new personal training or group session please ask one of our coaches or contact us at bookings[at]carneyscoaches.org.
Carney’s Coaches sessions cost £5 per person.
Personal Training Session prices are agreed between the Coach and Client with £10 being reinvested into the Charity.
Group sessions can be arranged and are charged according to numbers/content.
Who can come?
Anyone over 16 years old – we have a wide array of participants at a sessions, some young, some old, men, women, completely novices, experienced boxers and people with disabilities. We are aim to get people from all walks of life involved and gain a real benefit out of our sessions.
Do I need to bring any special equipment for training (gloves, ropes, etc.)
No – just bring yourself, some gym kit and trainers. If you start to train on a regular basis it’ll be worth buying some hand wraps and gloves of your own but it is not a necessity as we have loads of gear.
Can I take part if I have a medical condition or complaint?
If you make us aware of the medical issue beforehand we can check how it will affect your training and any limitations it may place on you taking part in the session. Everyone taking part must first complete a PAR Q medical form and informed consent form.
Is there any paperwork I need to complete?
Yes, we ask you to complete a short registration pack which includes the PAR Q medical form and informed consent and is all stored confidentially. You must sign the register for each session so we can keep track of our numbers.