Spring Dryland Training

Spring Training Session -Wednesday evenings, starting March 13, 6:30 to 7:30pm

*****NEW LOCATION! DEL.FIT Strength and Wellness, at 35 Cedar Point Drive*****

Wednesday nights we are going to build strength, speed and team camaraderie at DEL.FIT Strength and Wellness, located at 35 Cedar Point Drive in Barrie.

The class will run from 6:30 to 7:30pm with our favourite trainer Amanda. We are set to start on March 13th and we will run for 10 weeks.  The fee per person is $80.

This is open to all club members – if you are not already a DBB member, please go to the membership page to add your $25 DBB Membership Fee. 

How to Register:

  1. Add $80 Spring Dryland Training Fee to your Shopping Cart here:  
  2. Proceed to checkout via the Shopping Cart on the right side of this page (below on a mobile device). You’re done!

The Dragon Boat Team Training at DEL.FIT Strength and Wellness takes place for the duration of 1 hour. This hour consists mostly of strength training and HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training). Most of the workouts use a timed approach (circuits, etc). Rather than having everyone do the same range of repetitions (12, 15, 20, etc), I prefer timed exercises allowing each person to do what they can do within that time, in order to accommodate a range of fitness levels. At the various stations, participants can choose from the lighter or heavy weight which I have put at the station, but if needed we have many sizes of weights and kettlebells available. There is always a modification for everything. It is very common that 1-2 people within a group setting require a modification of some kind, and participants usually make mention of this prior to the class, or some will ask during. Every body is different, and everybody knows their own body best. It is encouraged that you listen to your own body, know your own limits, and opt for a modified version when needed. Our facility has spin bikes, treadmills, rowing machines, elliptical, bands and foam rollers. Participants are welcome to warm up, stretch, or roll out prior to our hour of training, or take the time they need to stretch or roll out afterward. Although our training includes a warm up and cool down/stretch, some people might want to do a little more before or after.

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