Get out in the open air and experience the benefits of training like a Royal Marines Commando, the fun way of course! With no two sessions the same, our Commando Bootcamps are a great way to get fit in a fun, sociable and outdoor environment.

Our sessions are catered for ALL FITNESS LEVELS - the idea being that you go at your own level and pace.  You get out what you put in, with the benefit of an instructor to keep you on your toes.

It never get's easier, you simply get fitter, faster, stronger!

Despite what you may think, you do not need to get fit first! If you follow us on social media, what you are witnessing is ordinary people that realise they are capable of doing extraordinary things. Fitness is only a small part of it and you have to start somewhere. We guarantee you won't regret starting with us!


  • Introduction to the session plan – no two sessions the same!

  • Demonstration of all the exercises and how to do them safely

  • 10 minute Warm-up - If it’s cold and raining, you will soon forget about it after this stage as you will be warm and primed for action!

  • Main session lasting from 30-45 minutes

  • Cooldown with stretching and mobility work - related to the muscle groups you used on the session to enhance recovery


Each session cost’s just £5 for a 'pay-as-you-go,' or you can subscribe for £30 per month, giving you 2 sessions free per month and no requirement to book into each class!

You can book your place online below or simply pay on arrival - there is no requirement to book in advance.


  • Every Wednesday Evening - 6.30pm - predominately at the Low Green, Ayr 

  • Every Sunday Morning - 9.30am @ The Low Green, Ayr

  • We recommend you follow us on Facebook to confirm the location of our Wednesday evening sessions which sometimes change to a different area (but still within the local area).




Do I have to book my place on your Commando Bootcamps?

Yes! Due to Covid-19 restrictions, we currently limit classes to 30 people per class. Each class is put up 7 days in advance to allow fair booking and prevent people from block booking. See above for booking button!

If the weather is bad are the sessions cancelled?

Hell no! Whether it’s sun, rain, hail or snow, our Commando Bootcamp will still be running! We understand how difficult it can be sometimes to motivate yourself to train outside when the weather is poor, but remember the reason why you are training and your goal, and we can assure you that, once you have completed our warm-up, you won’t even notice the bad weather!

What should I wear to the sessions?

- Trainers that are suitable for exercise
- Shorts or suitable training bottoms that do not restrict movement
- T shirt, vest or other suitable training top.
- If you have any heart rate monitors or fitness trackers, don’t forget to wear these to enhance your exercise experience!
IMPORTANT: Try to avoid bulky warm clothing – if need be wear a base layer under a training top so that you can remove layers and do not overheat during the session. Start cold finish warm! NOTE: depending on weather and location, clothing may become wet and dirty!

What should I bring to the session?

All you need to bring to the session is a full water-bottle, some motivation and any friends and family that you think can benefit from some exercise!

What sort of exercise and equipment does your sessions incorporate?

Every session is different in both equipment used and format of exercise: - Bodyweight training (press-ups, squats, burpees, mountain climbers, crunches, dips).
- Interval training – sprints/shuttle runs
- Kettlebells
- Tyres
- Sled (prowler) pulls and pushes
- Sledgehammers
- Slam balls
- Barbells/Dumbbells
- Battle Ropes
- And much more!

I have little or no experience with exercise and I am unsure whether I am fit enough to attend your classes.

Of course you are! The greatest benefit to our bootcamps is that any fitness level is welcome! All exercises are taught before the session begins and we are happy for you turn up 10 minutes early to clear any concerns you have before the session begins. Each exercise has a suitable adaptation – an easier version for the inexperienced and a harder version for the more advanced looking to push themselves further. Remember, you get out what you put in, being unfit or inexperienced is no longer an acceptable excuse for putting off your journey to success!