2019 PROGRAMS & PRICES
Code 5 Fitness offers various run clinics and coaching programs for people who are serious about their training. Whether you are an applicant to a law enforcement agency, fire department, the Armed Forces, a kettlebell aficionado or a fitness enthusiast seeking a new challenge, we have a program for you.
Code 5 Fitness offers the following programs for Winter 2019:
Training Class: Obstacle Course
The benchmark for POPAT/PARE
fitness preparation is stronger than ever! This class was the reason Code 5
Fitness started, and it has been a wonderfully satisfying journey. To see so
many grads succeed in reaching their goals and go from “client” to “Constable”
is an incredible feeling! If you
need help training for and passing a police fitness test, look no further. Often imitated, never duplicated, the
Code 5 Fitness Police Training Program is an industry standard. For full
program details, click HERE.
Date / Time: Mondays, 7pm – 9pm, (POPAT/PARE 2-hour class; please arrive before 7pm!) Classes start Jan 7, 2019
Location: YWCA Vancouver (535 Hornby Street)
Cost: $35 drop-in
(pre-registration not required)
Police Metabolic Conditioning Class
This metabolic conditioning class may incorporate elements of the POPAT/ PARE obstacle course, or Firefighter Combat Challenge/ CPAT, combined with other equipment/ bodyweight exercises, to deliver a sweat-inducing workout that will test the strength of not only your body, but also your mind and spirit. All levels of fitness are welcome, as the exercises are scalable to individual needs. Functional, tactical, and fun, each week is a different circuit! Especially suited for candidates for police, fire, military, or paramedic careers.
Dates/ Times: Thursdays, 7:45 - 8:45pm Classes start Jan 10, 2019
Location: YWCA Studio 2
Cost: $25 drop-in
Police Training: Full Program
This is a 6-week comprehensive program incorporating 6 each of consecutive Mondays and Thursdays as described above. It is the best way to monitor improvements and track results, under the watchful supervision of Code 5 staff. In our opinion, the most improvement and gains come from a steady program which holds you accountable to consistent training, a solid work ethic, and positive attitude. At Code 5, we pride ourselves on creating excellent candidates... this program will be your best bet for success!
Dates/ Times: Mondays, 7:00pm – 9:00pm, (POPAT/PARE), & Thursdays, 7:45 - 8:45pm (Met-Con Class) ** Starts January 7, 2019
Cost: $300 (12 consecutive classes)
*** Pre-registration is mandatory. Pro-rated price for missed first week classes only. No credit reserved for missed classes. ***
Street Self-Defence Workshop
Former Police Officer and Owner of Code 5 Fitness Tricia Dong teams with a highly acclaimed Martial Arts instructor (Brent Matsuda, Todd Smith, or Edwin Tam, depending on availability) to provide a co-ed workshop on how to defend against and survive a violent personal attack. On the street, there is no ring or cage, there are no referees, and you cannot tap out. With no medals for second place in a real-world attack, there is only one winner, and in this workshop, it shall be YOU. Tricia will show you what to do to ensure you have the mental preparedness, self-confidence, and physical capabilities to defeat your attacker.
Men – this is a great opportunity to learn some practical self-defence in a non-competitive, non-intimidating environment. Emphasis will be on natural body movement, not memorization of complicated systems of attack and defence so the student won’t be overwhelmed with too many moves in the toolbox.
Ladies – if you have ever said to yourself, “It won’t happen to me”, after seeing reports of another “Stranger Danger!” personal attack on the news, you are WRONG. It DOES happen to nice people like yourself, it CAN happen to you, but there IS something you can do about it! If you are prepared, you can avoid becoming another crime statistic on the six o’clock news.
Dress Code: Street clothing; please bring a long-sleeved sweatshirt or jacket. ** No experience necessary! **
Date/ Time: TBA
Location: Vancouver (register for details)
Cost: $45 drop-in. Pre-registration mandatory
Co-Ed Intro to FMA Workshop
A first in Vancouver! This is a 3-hour, hands-on workshop introducing women to the basics of Filipino Martial Arts, taught by Guro Louie Lindo, Chief Instructor of Ikatan Kali/ Silat Canada, and hosted by Tricia Dong of Code 5 Fitness. Participants will be taught logical progressions of body movement with a system of open hand and single-stick strikes, blocks, and parries influenced from a blend of Filipino Martial Arts. No experience is necessary!
A client favourite, the Skid Row Walking Tour is an
essential and invaluable life and career lesson for police hopefuls and
civilians alike. Shocking and
saddening, yet profoundly eye-opening and inspiring, we take a 2-hour stroll
through the most notorious neighbourhood in North America for a first-hand
glimpse of what life is like in the DTES – from a local perspective. What you
see in sanitized media stories is often quite different than the stark reality
of everyday life in Canada’s poorest postal code. Each tour yields different
experiences, from honest talks with addicts, long-time residents, outreach
workers, to tours of S.R.O.s, emergency shelters, detox, community resources,
Dates/ Times: TBA
Location: Meet at Starbucks, International Village
Registration mandatory at firstname.lastname@example.org
Kickstart Kettlebells Workshop (KB Fit: Intro)
This 2-hour introductory workshop is for beginners wanting to learn basic general fitness kettlebell technique to establish a strong foundation. After this session, participants will be able to drop-in to any group KB classes, or if they would like to purchase their own bell, work confidently on their own.
Time: 9:30 - 11:30 am
Introduction to Girevoy Sport (KB Sport: Intro)
This 2-hour workshop concentrates on and reviews the fundamental lifts in Girevoy (Kettlebell) Sport: the Snatch and Long Cycle (Clean & Jerk) events; emphasis is on technique and form. After this session, participants will be able to drop-in to the ongoing group KB classes, or train with a coach with the goal of entering a GS competition.