Project Description

BUZZERS FITNESS…alternative exercise sessions for adults.

The sessions are for men and women aged 16+.

We aim to prove that physical exercise can be fun! We will introduce participants to a FUN but EFFECTIVE way of getting fit. All sessions are tailored to suit all fitness levels, physical abilities and interests.

No experience in fitness training required

All sessions are based around:

  • High intensity circuits
  • Cardio workouts & resistance training
  • Solo & pair work circuits
  • Calorie burning exercises
  • Strength & stamina exercises
  • Alternative Bootcamp activities


Individual – 3 sessions (£24)

Individual – 5 sessions (£35)

Individual – 10 sessions (£60)

Clubs – Payment Plan A (£750)

Clubs – Payment Plan B (£135)

Clubs – Payment Plan C (£8)

Why choose Buzzers Fitness?

  • Outdoor training proven to improve positivity.

  • Group training proven to decrease perception of pain – participants work harder.

  • Not intimidating like a gym, as everyone is ‘in the same boat’ – no one’s watching or judging you.

  • Motivation from trainer and other participants – great for people who find it hard to self-motivate in a gym.

  • Using alternative equipment such as tyres and ropes are extremely effective and great for improving functional strength.

  • High intensity circuits are the most effective way of losing body fat, toning up and improving functional strength.

  • Participants metabolism will be boosted for up to 48-hours following a session due to the high intensity nature and EPOC effect (Excess Post-exercise Oxygen Consumption).

  • Will provide intensity options for exercises to tailor for individual’s experiences and fitness levels.

  • Adaptable exercises for people recovering or suffering from an injury, operation or medical issue.

  • Fun games used as an alternative for warm-ups and cool-downs.

Who should join the Buzzers Fitness sessions?

All BUZZERS FITNESS sessions are tailor-made to suit the physical attributes and fitness levels of each individual participant. Each participant will be given a realistic target to aim for during the session. Our number one priority is to provide a fun and relaxed atmosphere, enabling participants to improve their fitness levels without the fear of failure or embarrassment.

Our sessions are aimed at men and women aged 16 years and above, who:

  • Are looking for an alternative option to the gym.

  • Have returned to fitness classes after a break.

  • Are new to fitness classes.

  • Exercise regularly and consider themselves to be physically ‘fit’.

  • Are returning from an injury and are looking to get fit or strengthen a particular area of their body.

  • Consider themselves ‘overweight’ and who are looking for an ‘alternative’ exercise class.

  • Have been medically advised to exercise.

  • Have an interest in exercise, fitness and sports.

  • Have limited or no experience of personal training and physical exercise, but are willing to give it a try!

Buzzers Adult Fitness Enquiries & Bookings

To enquire about and register for adult fitness classes with Buzzers, please fill out the following form. You will receive an email confirmation of the answers you provide and our team will contact you to discuss your requirements.

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Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire (PAR-Q)

Many health benefits are associated with regular exercise, and the completion of PAR-Q is a sensible first step to take if you are planning to increase the amount of physical activity in your life. For most people physical activity should not pose any problem or hazard. PAR-Q is designed to identify the small number of adults for whom physical activity might be inappropriate or those who should have medical advice concerning the type of activity most suitable for them. Common sense is the best guide in answering these few questions.

1. Has your doctor ever said that you have a bone or joint problems, such as arthritis that has been aggravated by exercise or might be made worse with exercise?


2. Do you have high blood pressure?


3. Do you have low blood pressure?


4. Do you have Diabetes Mellitus or any other metabolic disease?


5. Has your doctor ever said you have raised cholesterol (serum level above 6.2mmol/L)?


6. Has your doctor ever said that you have a heart condition arid that you should only do physical activity recommended by a doctor?


7. Have you ever felt pain in your chest when you do physical exercise?


8. Is your doctor currently prescribing you drugs or medication?


9. Have you ever suffered from unusual shortness of breath at rest or with mild exertion?


10. Is there any history of Coronary Heart Disease in your family?


11. Do you often feel faint, have spells of severe dizziness or have lost consciousness?


12. Do you currently drink more than the average amount of alcohol per week (21 units for men and 14 units for women)?


13. Do you currently smoke?


14. Do you NOT currently exercise on a regular basis (at least 3 times a week) and/or work in a job that is physically demanding?


15. Are you, or is there any possibility that you might be pregnant?


16. Do you know of any other reason why you should not participate in a physical activity programme?


If you have any movement limitations or are recovering from an injury, please give details in the box below so the trainer can plan accordingly.

If you answered YES to one or more questions:

If you have not recently done so, consult with your doctor by telephone or in person before increasing your physical activity and/or taking a fitness appraisal. Tell your doctor what questions you answered ‘yes’ to on PAR-Q or present your PAR-Q copy.

After medical evaluation, seek advice from your doctor as to your suitability for:

  1. unrestricted physical activity starting off easily and progressing gradually, and
  2. restricted or supervised activity to meet your specific needs, at least on an initial basis.

If you answered NO to all questions:

If you answered our PAR-Q accurately, you have reasonable assurance of your present suitability for:

  1. A graduated exercise programme
  2. A fitness appraisal


I hereby state that I have read, understood and answered honestly the questions above. I also state that I wish to participate in activities, which may include aerobic exercise, resistance exercise and stretching. I realise that my participation in these activities involves the risk of injury and even the possibility of death. Furthermore, I hereby confirm that I am voluntarily engaging in an acceptable level of exercise, which has been recommended to me.

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