More than just training

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Over the past few days, Lee has been training with us.

She is visiting from NZ.

We were impressed by her Ab Rollouts, so we asked her, to do a few reps for us.

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We are excited to offer for the first time, Kids Open Play sessions, during the upcoming school holidays.

The sessions are not structured but will be supervised by Coaches.

A maximum of 20 kids per 45 minute session.

Cost is $15, per child, per session, paid on the day.

Strictly for kids aged 6-12. (No Teens/adults)

The sessions are:

Monday 8th April
11.30, 12.30, 1.30, 2.30.

Wednesday 10th April
1.15, 3.15, 4.15.

Monday 15th April
11.30, 12.30, 1.30, 2.30

Wednesday 17th April
1.15, 3.15, 4.15.

Bookings via this link:
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Well done to the Outdoor Team Training crew last night.

A small session in numbers but a big session in effort.

Coach Clint always makes sure of that.

We only have 3 more sessions of Outdoor Training left, for the season.
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Contact us

See timetable for opening times
0432 296 926
32 – 34 Raptor Place, South Geelong VIC


“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.Β He generates a great atmosphere and its infectious. A great experience even in the cold dank of winter.”