NEW Ravenscraig TRIBE Strength Bootcamp -

Bookings open on Tuesday 3rd September. First Bootcamp session on Tuesday 10th September and will run for 8-weeks with 3-sessions per week. Each session lasts 1-hour.

For full information about what TRIBE Strength is and the 2-excellent packages available that will help you achieve great results, please scroll down.

Ravenscraig TRIBE Strength:

Three sessions per week -

Tuesday: 6.30pm - 7.30pm.

Thursday: 6.30pm - 7.30pm.

Friday: 5.30pm - 6.30pm.

TRIBE Strength will begin on Tuesday 10th September with Personal Trainer Lauren McCusker taking each session.

Call the venue directly on 01698 640800 or speak to venue staff for more details.



TRIBE Strength is our new bootcamp that will help you achieve your 2019 goals and get in shape for summer! This 8-week bootcamp includes 3-sessions per week and is the best way to get fit this year.

We have two different options available that will help you achieve great results.

TRIBE Strength

Option 1 - £62.50 (8 week boot camp, 3 sessions per week, body analysis week 1 & week 8) (£82.50 for non-members)

Option 2- £100.00 (8 week boot camp, 3 sessions per week, body analysis week 1 & 8, nutrition pack) (£120 for non-members)

To book, please contact the venue on 01698 640800.

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