All you need is yourself and a bottle of water! In colder weather, it is important to bring layers so you can keep warm during warm up and cool down and for going home afterwards. Trail shoes rather than road shoes are useful when it's muddy or wet, and gloves are a good addition to your winter training wardrobe too.
Yes! We accommodate all levels of fitness at our sessions and if you are a less experienced participant, we will instruct you in easier variations of some of the exercises to start with. Our training ethos is that no person ever gets left behind so you will be supported every step of the way.
Never! The fitter you are, the harder we can push you! All our Blaze sessions are designed so that each participant can reach their full potential.
Absolutely! We'll be out there whatever the weather.
Your first Blaze session is free but please fill out the health questionnaire on our website first.
Depending on the severity of the injury, we can offer you adaptations of various exercises to allow you to participate but we would encourage you to be sensible about judging when rest is more important for your recovery. Our instructors are always happy to talk through an injury and discuss your limitations prior to a session if you have any concerns.
The Saturday session is a trail run, typically between 5 and 6 miles. It is tailored to individual ability so nobody gets left behind. The location varies each week to make the most of all our fantastic local countryside.