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I am now into my 3rd weekend of bootcamp at Highbury Fields and i have been very impressed thus far. On my first session i was the only person to turn up and for the first 15mins so it was a 121 session. Then another girl joined and the first weekend was brilliant but hard work - some running in between squats, lunges, plank, side plank, press ups, crunches, you name it we did it. I particularly love the boxing. I was really sore the first weekend and think it was a hard weekend since i have not seen the other girl since. The last 2 weekends have stepped up a gear and there are now some regulars, however no two classes are the same and we are always kept guessing as to what is coming next....I hate running but am slowly getting better at it!!. Class sizes range from 2 to a max of 6 people so it is good to have a small class with a mix range of abilities although I feel the exercises can be adapted to all abilities and with a bit running thrown in ensures your heart rate is kept high throughout. I find Murat, our trainer and owner of Fit in Fitness to be excellent, very knowledge and supportive. He corrects your technique and explains the benefit of the exercises and provides encouragement - no one shouts at you like some other bootcamps i could mention. A great way to get fit for summer and make new friends...nothing beats training outdoors and Highbury Fields is a great outdoors space in trendy Islington.