Our Trainer

We have a strong team of expert trainers who have all completed our Qualicert certified YourCityBootCamp training. Each of our trainers has their own workout style and will always challenge you again and again. No training is like the other.

Jerry Rodel

Heated rooms, machines and nervous music? Come on - I´d rather go for lake boardwalks, view at the beautiful Rigi mountain, streets, steel and hear the wind blow. That´s one of the reasons why I decided to be part of the Your City Bootcamp family - and I want to share this experience with you.

Lukas Grauer

Since 2016 I lead and accompany bootcamps for YourCityBootcamp and love to train my groups outdoor in the urban environment. It's easier and more motivating to reach targets within a group than all by yourself. My principle of training is: Safety for my group, correct performance, balanced and various training. Such as cardio, strength, speed and coordination, stability, balance, etc. And it has to be fun - the only way to be effective. I am always happy about new entries and love passing on my passion.

Patrick Kohler

I love the variety of sports, from jogging, mountain biking, cross country and boot camp to obstacle race (Spartan Race). I leave no stone unturned. Main point: fresh air! Train individually, but feel the group dynamic - then you are at the right place with YourCityBootCamp!

Our environment gives us everything we need for our physical well-being. So take on your sports clothes and let's go - out into nature. Let's move!!! My motto: "Don't give up. Suffer now - and live the rest of your life as a champion. "(Muhammad Ali)

Nicolas Winter

Fresh air, the sun in your face, a view of the lake: I love being in nature. And I also love sport. Being able to combine these two passions is why I like Bootcamps so much. I think training in a group is very exciting and effective, as we can constantly motivate and push each other to our limits.

Steffi Volland

Wouldn't you just love to do your work-outs outside? In beautiful Zurich? I do! With a small group of truly nice and fun people? Well, what are you waiting for?

Jeannine Lütolf

Training outdoors and using the infrastructure of the surrounding area is what I love so much about bootcamp training. I like to create new routes and exercises and to challenge my training group with a varied workout. With a full body workout alternating between strength and endurance exercises, I get your circulation going and your muscles burning. So put on your running shoes and off we go. Because after all, no cake is no solution either.

Nadia Jäggi

Work to live or live to work? The Work-Live-Balance is very important to me. This will be reflected in my workouts. The common outdoor movement will take your mind off things and give you new motivation and energy for the next challenges in your daily life.

Linda Tissot

I can't imagine my life without being active. Outdoor group activities are not only motivating but so much fun! My Motto: "Get up, get out and go!"
No pain no gain BUT that doesn't mean getting there should be time consuming and boring. I believe that results can be acheived by using training time efficiently all while having some fun as well.
Being able to plan creative bootcamp sessions for a group of motivated people brings me personally a lot of joy and satisfaction. My experience as a pro-boxer has allowed me to appreciate and understand the need to stay motivated and to keep an "eye on the ball".

Noémi Soo

“It's not about being the best.
It's about being better than you were yesterday."
Always learn something new and develop yourself, that is my motto.
Before I completed my trainer certification program and started bootcamp, I could gain my sport experience in several areas such as triathlon, strength training and yoga. Mobility, stability and balance form the foundation on which we can build our performance. In addition to strength and endurance, these three elements can easily be incorporated into a bootcamp training, which is why I find this type of training so diverse and effective.
But bootcamp training is not only about sweat but also about having fun.