Winter HIIT

This class runs up until the end of the year, with HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) style sessions. There’s a lot of running, skipping and burpee type exercises, which offers a high post-workout fat burn.

If you’re more of an early riser, why not head out first thing?

My new Winter HIIT class will run up until the end of the year.  We will aim to get outdoors in Horfield Common but we do now have the flexibility of doing it on Zoom if conditions are looking very bleak!

It is a HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) / Tabatta style session with whole body cardio exercises.  There’s a lot of running on the spot, skipping and burpee type exercises, which offers a high post-workout fat burn.  Those who have dumbbells tend to bring those to sessions.

They will run on a Friday morning in Horfield Common at 6.30-7am and this block is 9 weeks.  We do have some breaks – 1/2 term there won’t be a class and there is a week in November I’m away (fingers crossed!)

As always – this is NOT suitable for new mums or anyone with pelvic floor dysfunction or a diastasis.

It was awesome. After I got over the shock of the early starts, I felt great and energised. It kick started me back to shape and fitness after baby number two. Good fun too, weirdly! I also lost inches happily, although the scales didn’t shift. People remarked on how good I looked.

Caroline, Summer Fitness

How to Book

Winter Morning HIIT will run until the end of the year

Please note: This course is NOT for new mums or anyone with pelvic floor issues or if you still have a proper diastasis.

If you are attending please fill out a health screening form before you attend.

To book please get in touch or book online.

Costs and Locations

When: Friday mornings at 6.30-7am

Current 9 week block: Started on Friday 9th October and will be on the following dates – 16, 23 Oct, 6, 13, 20 Nov, 4, 11, 18 Dec.

If you would like to join mid way through the block please email me.

Where: In Horfield Common play park or at home via Zoom

How Much: £90


Summer HIIT will be back in 2021.

Classes Available

Further Information

You will also need to bring:

A skipping rope (from experience it is worth buying a decent one – the cheap ones tend to break!)

I would also look at investing in a set of 3 or 4kg dumbbells for those who want to carry on over the summer when we add more weights.

“I have been training with Vicki for 7 years, I first started as I wanted to get fit and lose some of the baby weight from two pregnancies. She tailor made the sessions to ensure that it was safe and fun, within the first year I ran my first 10k then 1/2 marathon. She then trained me throughout my 3rd pregnancy in which it was my healthiest and easiest pregnancy due to my fitness. The post natal training was excellent in ensuring that I did not push it too hard or do any irreparable damage. She understands and ensures that training sessions are fun, safe, but pushes you at the same time. She teaches about good eating and health habits and helps set realistic goals that build your self-confidence, mental health and wellbeing. She has a very holistic approach.”

Karen E

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For more information or if you have any concerns or queries, please get in touch.