• Workout of the Day

    Full body workout

    Workout of the Day

    Workout of the day

    These Workout of the Day or WOD’s as they are most commonly known are designed to prepare the body for greater fitness by not focusing on any one discipline. Each day is a new adventure focusing on heart and lung endurance, stamina, strength, flexibility, power, speed, co-ordination, balance and agility. These workouts are tough but they are a very efficient and effective way to achieve a higher level fitness. They are challenging, motivating and competitive but most importantly provide variety to maintain interest.

    Don’t worry though if you haven’t trained for a while – the classes have been especially designed for beginners to train alongside the advanced and elite members. Everyone has to start somewhere but the WOD’s ensure everyone gets a thorough workout!

The workouts are different every day, incorporating various exercises, weight and reps, ensuring that all muscles are worked throughout the week. This helps guarantee results because your body is in a constant state of guesswork. Working on strength, conditioning and cardiovascular fitness, sometimes all at once these workouts will change your body!


    • Paul Doocey


    • TRX Suspension Training
    • Wattbikes
    • Kettlebells
    • Concept II rowers
    • Olympic lifting
    • Running
    • Paul Doocey

      Paul Doocey

      Hi All! I’m not going to bore you too much about myself – you can come down and meet me in person and make your own mind up!
      I have been participating in some form of exercise since I was 14 years old and can honestly say, I have never had more than one week away from doing some form of training. Some say I am an exercise addict!
      As a teenager I was The British and European Powerlifting Champion and always try to excel in any sport I try out. I love walking, talking, training hard (well, exceptionally hard!), weight training, running, cycling, squash, tennis, boxing……the list goes on! I pretty much love all sports apart from swimming – this I need to practice on some more!
      I have worked in the fitness industry for 20 years instructing in both private and local authority gyms. I have vast experience working with people with varying ages and levels of fitness abilities, from absolute beginners, people with health concerns and injuries to pro athletes.
      My extensive list of qualifications includes:


      • Level 1-3 Fitness Instructor
      • Level 3 GP Referral Instructor
      • Level 3 Disability Instructor
      • Level 2 Kettlebell Instructor
      • First Aid Qualification
      • Drug & Alcohol Practitioner
      • Level 2 Nutritional Awareness
      • Level 1-2 Triathlon Coach

      Amongst my skill set I specialise in weight loss, strength and conditioning, and rehabilitation. Although most would agree that the sessions I teach are tough, they are tailored for all abilities in order to gain the desired results and to maximise each individuals potential. I look forward to meeting you and helping you reach your goals.


  • Boxing


    Boxing at Commit Fitness


    • Paul Doocey


    • Develop self-defense skills
    • Help with weightloss
    • Increased agility and co-ordination
    • Build power and endurance
    • Stress relief
    • Strengthens the entire body
    • Excellent cardiovascular workout

  • Sports Massage

    Sports / Deep Tissue Massage

    Sports Massage

    Sports / Deep Tissue Massage

    Sports Massage and Deep Tissue Massage is one of our specialities here at Commit Fitness. Massage has a number of benefits both physical and psychological.
    Massage treatment manipulates the soft tissue and the muscles of the body which stimulates the vascular and nervous systems. This is turn reduces tension, stretches out the muscles, tendons and ligaments, flushes out toxins, increases energy levels and promotes a general sense of wellbeing in body and mind.
    Regular treatments are recommended to maintain the body and to prevent injuries, cure and restore mobility to injured muscle tissue, and to boost sporting performance!



    • Reduces muscular tension by breaking down nodules and adhesions and releasing toxins from the muscles
    • Increases cellular function and regeneration of cells
    • Improves joint mobility
    • Improves the condition of the skin
    • Stimulates the lymphatic system taking away toxins and waste products and reducing oedema
    • Reduce stress and increase energy levels