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Our Australia Day workout is a tradition that has been going for over 10 years now.

It is a session full of fun & laughs, has an Aussie theme to it...and is the day, we hold The Annual GBOT Thong Toss (Gus is current champion).

This years session will be on tonight 6-7.30pm.

Dress in your Aussie gear.

Free for GBOT members.

$20 for non members.

We hope to see you tonight 👍

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This morning, we welcomed 6 new HTFU Team members and had 3 Team members, rack up their 2nd session, since we introduced Team HTFU.

(1st session was 1km of Bear Crawling at Pt. Addis last year)

Well done Lisa, Amy, Mark, Doug, Lyn, Annie on joining Team HTFU. 👊

Congrats to Anthony, Xavier and Matt, for racking up another HTFU session. 💪

A big thank you to the Coach for putting everyone through their paces.

What a cracker of a session!

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32 – 34 Raptor Place, South Geelong VIC

Email info@geelongboxing.com.au
Phone 03 5201 9055

Testimonials

“What stood out for me when visiting Geelong Boxing and Obstacle Training and spending time with Jase, Karen and the team was the sense of community and respect for one another. GBOT takes pride in what they do and help their clients and the wider community to express the best version of themselves in everything they do. I would highly recommend anyone who is interested in training, obstacle course racing or just looking to improve their general health and well being to visit GBOT and see what they are all about
Commando Steve

“Jase’s programs vary within and between sessions. There’s also obstacle programs if seeking even more challenging variation. I was surprised at no longer encountering overuse strain or injury since starting his bootcamps. He generates a great atmosphere and its infectious. A great experience even in the cold dank of winter.”
Simon