Bootcamp fitness in Manchester - Wythenshawe Park

About Wythenshawe Park

Situated in South Manchester, approximately 2 miles from Manchester airport, Wythenshawe Hall Park is a scenic BMF venue which holds a 14-foot statue of Oliver Cromwell on its grounds. The training we provide at this park is endless, from military log runs to boxing, ensuring an all over body workout.

Class timetable

Class type Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Beginner session - 18:00 - 18:00 - - -
Military fitness - 18:00 - 18:00 - - -
Running club - - - - - - -
HIIT - - - - - - -

Class timetable

Class type Mon Tues
Beginner session - 18:00
Military fitness - 18:00
Running club - -
HIIT - -
  Wed Thurs
Beginner session - 18:00
Military fitness - 18:00
Running club - -
HIIT - -
  Fri Sat
Beginner session - -
Military fitness - -
Running club - -
HIIT - -
  Sun  
Beginner session -
Military fitness -
Running club -
HIIT -

Meeting point

Turn off Wythenshawe Road into the main park entrance. Continue past the pitch and putt, bowling greens and Wythenshawe Hall. The meeting point is at the end of the road on your right, situated in the car park across from the riding stables.

Postcode for your Sat nav: M23 0AB - do not rely on the postcode as it is not 100% accurate.

Book a free class

Membership pricing

Try a free class

1 Class a week

No minimum term

Unlimited classes

No minimum term

Pay as you go

10 class credits

Park Manager
Taz Apergis

Park Manager
Taz Apergis

Taz joined the Royal Marines Reserves in 2002 and left in 2010. A heavy weapons specialist he is particularly proud of his deployment in Sierra Leone where he worked closely with the Sierra Leone army as part of a sustained British presence in the country after the civil war. Taz joined BMF in Feb 2009 and loves the way that you can see people's fitness and well-being improve and progress as they train with his classes.

Taz holds a level 2 Gym instructors qualification (currently completing level 3) and a degree in Sports and Fitness Management with the University of Bolton. He also competes as a professional boxer and has been involved in the sport for the last 10 years.

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