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Introducing Brunch Club Boot Camp

Categories: East Sheen,East Sheen News,News

Local businesses, Might of Major and Pickle & Rye, have collaborated to form a Wednesday morning Brunch Club Boot Camp!

Might of Major personal trainer, Katie, says, “We are building a community! What goes better than a workout followed by a healthy brunch?!”

Camps will take place on Mortlake Green from 10:00-11:00.

The first one will be held on Tuesday the 11th July then on Wednesdays from July 19th onwards.

There’s a complimentary drink at Pickle & Rye afterwards and also an amazing brunch menu if you’re feeling peckish post-workout (brunch not included).


What does boot camp involve?
A combination of circuit and HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) for one hour, including a warm up and cool down. This will involve bodyweight exercises as well as use of equipment. Each week will be different so there is no time to get bored!


Who’s it for?
Anyone who is 16+ and wanting to get fit the fun way! There will be exercises which cater for all, so if you feel your fitness level may not be up to scratch, think again! Boot Camp is designed to allow you to push yourself as hard as you like.


What to bring?
  • Yourself, wearing workout gear and trainers!
  • Water
  • Maybe a towel
  • Some money for your brunch!
What to expect?
  • A brilliant one hour outdoor workout on lovely Mortlake Green with anything from kettlebells to boxing gloves ~ each week will be something different
  • Sweat
  • Fun and laughter
  • A great, friendly vibe
Everyone is welcome and you can sign up in Pickle & Rye or get in touch with Katie Major on
£10 per session or buy a block of 10 sessions and get the last one FREE.

I look forward to meeting, greeting, working out and eating with you all. Katie x

Author: Jacquie Duncan

Jacquie loves SW14 and marketing for local businesses. She's been with the ESV team since the the very beginning but for now life's taken her to pastures new; however, she can still easily be persuaded to chip in and lend a hand, even from afar.