Frequently Asked Questions

If you want to ask us something, do not hesitate to contact us. However, please read our answers to frequently asked questions beforehand.

Camps always start on Sunday. We invite you from 15:00. The welcome dinner starts on Sunday at 18:00, so if possible please arrive early enough to be able to attend the dinner. You will then be notified of all organizational matters related to your stay at the camp.

The camps end on Saturday around noon. On Saturday morning everyone has an individual meeting with the trainer during which we again take measurements, at 8:45 – breakfast, at 9:30 – training, at 11:00 – snack, at 12:00 – check out.

Women and men of all ages, sizes and physical fitness. Our camp is an ideal alternative to bored with gym classes, seeking discipline and a decent impression.

Yes. Classes are prepared in such a way that both people who are not in top shape or who are very physically fit can take part in them. For those who would like to come to us but are afraid that their poor condition will disqualify their participation, we have created smaller stays.

Workouts are very diverse, so you don’t have to worry about getting bored of repeating the same sequences. The set of exercises is selected so that each muscle part is in motion every day. We offer, among others: cross fit training, obstacle course training, circuit training, kick boxing, kayaking, swimming (for volunteers), flat stomach, Nordic walking, cycling, aerobics and many others.

OF COURSE! Regardless of whether it is raining, the wind is blowing or the sun is shining, the camp participants are exercising! We do not accept any excuses. We do not cancel training due to bad weather.

Soreness usually appears within 24-48 hours after exercise. What is the best way to handle this? We recommend gentle muscle stretching and massage of aching body parts. The pain should pass within 3-5 days. Muscle pain is not a good excuse to stop training, so don’t count on letting you rest.

You should take a comfortable sports outfit (preferably a few pairs of t-shirts, shorts or sweatpants). We advise you not to take expensive clothes, because during training you can get very dirty in mud, grass, etc. We also recommend taking 2 pairs of sports footwear, a rain jacket, and a swimsuit. A full list of things to take is in the ‘USEFUL INFORMATION – What to take’ tab.

Unfortunately, in the above cases you have to reckon with the loss of money.

If you inform us about your intention to leave the camp for more than 12 weeks before arrival – we will refund you 100% of the costs incurred. If the notice period is shorter – fees will be charged in accordance with the provisions of point 6 of the regulations. If you want to postpone the date to another – if there are free places we will try to propose an alternative date. The condition is, however, to inform us about your desire to arrive at another time not less than 7 weeks before the planned start of the camp.

Yes. Please, make the camp’s participants consult their doctor. The opinion of a doctor is not a mandatory requirement, but it is strongly recommended especially in the case of people after severe surgery or struggling with chronic diseases.

Yes. We have a special offer for everyone interested in training alone – one-day camps. If you are interested in details please contact us.