• Editor

Bootcamp on the move

Bootcamp UK Eastleigh has been helping to change the lives of locals by offering a fitness bootcamp for everyone. It opened in May 2018, and its success has led it to outgrow its old location. They are now pleased to announce they will be running sessions at Wide Lane Sports Ground from July.

It is run by Guynamio Samuda (also known as Sam) who, after suffering a serious injury in the army in 2006, has used his own personal journey with reintroducing fitness back into his life to support and encourage others.

“Helping people to achieve their goal is my passion,” he says. “Since opening Bootcamp UK Eastleigh I have been overwhelmed by the supportive community that we have created and moving to the Wide Lane Sports Ground will provide better facilities so I can help even more people in the Eastleigh area.”

Bootcamp UK Eastleigh provides an outdoor military-style training programme which they say is guaranteed to improve people’s fitness. Sessions are fun, friendly and designed for everyone whatever their fitness level. With their introductory offer of 10 sessions for £10, people can try out the sessions to see if it is for them before becoming a full member.

Zoe, a member of Bootcamp UK Eastleigh, says: “I can honestly say bootcamp has changed my life. Like so many others I tried the gym and running but I never committed properly or saw any results. Since joining Bootcamp UK Eastleigh I have become fitter, stronger and more confident in my body. I have made amazing new friends and hate missing a session, even in the cold and wet! Bootcamp is a community and something that has made my life much better.”

With over 100 members and a new location secured, Bootcamp UK Eastleigh hopes to continue to grow by introducing more of the local community to an affordable and supportive fitness community.

Sessions run on Mondays and Wednesdays at 7pm, and Saturdays at 8am. The first session at Wide Lane Sports Ground will happen on Monday 1st July.

To find out more about Bootcamp UK Eastleigh contact Guynamio Samuda on 07931583128 or visit www.bcuk.uk/eastleigh.

Recent Posts

See All

Poetry festival ‘stretched’

Winchester Poetry Festival has announced a ‘stretched’ festival for 2021 comprising a five-month programme of workshops, readings and discussion events culminating in a weekend of live events in Octob

Volunteers wanted to join ‘Hedgerow Heroes’ project

Countryside charity CPRE Hampshire is keen to support the restoration of hedgerows and is part of a new project, called Hedgerow Heroes, aiming to plant or restore hedges across the country. In Hampsh

Views sought on council budget

Hampshire County Council has launched a consultation to ask people for their views on options to help the authority to prepare its budgets through to April 2024 — in response to continuing pressures o