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Bear Drills - Dulwich Park Fitness Class - Wed 7-8pm

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Bear Drills is now outside, taking full advantage of the beautiful Dulwich Park and lovely weather.

Bear Drills was created as an alternative to your normal exercise classes. Bear Drills is focused on making you stronger and fitter and giving you a class where you will really feel the benefit in your daily life. The class is great for people wanting to regain the fitness they used to have or to improve upon the level they already have. Each week you will use different equipment and formats which stops you from getting bored with the same old routine.

Bear Drills is held in Dulwich Park, every Wednesday from 7:00-8:00pm. If you want to see what Bear Drills involves check out our Facebook page for some action shots.

Sessions cost ?7 or you can take advantage of the block-booking offer and get 5 sessions for ?30!

For your free trial session email Tom at [email protected] or alternatively tweet @bear_drills and quote 'I'm going on a bear hunt'.

Check Out the Facebook Page (and like to keep up to date!) by searching Bear Drills Fitness and follow on Instagram @bear_drills_fitness.

It's a daunting task to start a new class but please don't be scared, Bear Drills is a fun and friendly class that is welcoming to all.

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