GBOT in 360 degrees The Funhouse Walk-through

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Thank you 🙏 to our community, who supported us, throughout the Lockdown periods.

Thanks to our Coaches & staff, for helping us navigate through this year. 🙏

We are now welcoming new & returning members.

GBOT: Where Fitness & Fun Collide.

Hit up our website for details 👇
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With the AFL finished, it is now time to cheer on the Melbourne Storm, tonight, in the NRL Grand Final against the Penrith Panthers.

This will be a great game, with some of the leagues finest players, on display.

If you haven’t watched a NRL game this yourself a favour & watch this one. It will be a cracker 👊

Our prediction: Storm by a field goal, in extra time.

What’s your prediction?

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Mark of the Day: Xav.

At one of this morning’s 3 footy themed sessions, Xav pulled in this one handed screamer, with a wet ball 👏👏

In regards to tonight’s AFL Grand Final, we have a lot of friends, family & clients who barrack for Geelong or Richmond.

Best wishes to all.

May the best team week....because our prediction is: A draw. 😉👊
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Contact us


See timetable for opening times
32 – 34 Raptor Place, South Geelong VIC

Phone 03 5201 9055


“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.”