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-Damien Fitzpatrick, 9 day Kickstart, April 2011
“Cannot recommend Wildfitness highly enough! The knowledgeable and enthusiastic staff really completed it.”
A stretch on the beach and a swim in Watamu's crystal waters to ease your muscles after your journey.
Personalised assessment by one of our experts looking at your posture and your movement patterns.
Discussion of your goals for the course.
An introductory talk covering the core concepts of Wildfitness and explaining how you will be training for maximum physical and health benefits.
Sundowners on the panoramic roof at sunset, overlooking the Indian Ocean.
Early morning boxing session in our open-air Dojo, learning technique and getting sweaty!
Wild Movement workshop, followed by 'Wild' running skills on the white sands of Watamu.
Posture and movement workshop, to improve flexibility and help loosen key joints.
Late afternoon primal skills circuits - pushing, lunging, twisting, throwing.
Run or walk through the countryside, past local villages (and many waving children!) ending at the Mida creek - Wild Eating workshop, learning what our bodies have evolved to eat: you will find these foods as part of our Wild Menu.
Float with the tide through mangroves in a tidal inlet.
Circuits on the beach, working in pairs to help challenge each other.
A second early morning boxing session, developing skills further and revving up your system.
Introduction to kettle bell training and pole work.
Wild Metabolism workshop, learning the best ways to maintain energy and get lean.
Afternoon off to go shopping in Malindi.
Dinner at a nearby open-air restaurant, under the stars. Then a chance to go out on the town if desired!
A lie-in today! Then the morning off to spend at leisure relaxing on the beach, swimming across the bay, or for the more energetic a wind-surfing less(extra).
A short sea swim to assess skills and extra swimming tips for those who need it.
Walk through palm forest and mangroves to do a running speed skills session.
Return in the early evening for a talk from the local expert working for Watamu Turtle Conservation.
Sunrise flexibility session on the roof.
A long morning swim across Mida Creek, arriving on the far side of the creek in time for a delicious and well earned picnic lunch on a sand island.
Motor boat back to Baraka House.
'Hunter-gatherer' obstacle course on the beach as the sun sets.
Dinner is a delicious barbecue of local food on the beach with traditional African dancers.
An interval training session in a coconut clearing inland.
Further kettle bell skills training in small groups on the beach.
Short cooking lesson from our Head Chef William before lunch.
Afternoon posture and movement workshops, continuing previous learning on flexibility and opening up key joints.
Circuits in the jungle!
Third boxing session, more technique plus an intense workout.
Re-assessments and individual time with the trainer to discuss your personal development.
Final kettle bell session a chance to get tough!
Drinks on the roof top terrace whilst the sun sets over the forest a chance to reflect on all your achievements.
Early morning Aquathlon using the bays: running and swimming.
Deep tissue massage with essential oils.
Final talk with discussion.