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What is GetOut?

GetOut means...

Fresh air

in Berlin’s parks

a diverse team

Beginners and advanced participants train together


excel with the support of your team

your trainer

Professional and always there for you

Your level

exercises are adjusted to match your personal fitness

varied workouts

Constantly new challenges

Train your immune system

enjoy the outdoors in every weather

clear your head

Feel better after your workout

Go home with a smile!

Functional Outdoor Fitness

Every GetOut Training is different and based on the latest advances in sports science. According to the motto “If you have a body, you’re an athlete” we want to help you reach your full potential, to make you stronger, faster, and more enduring. At the same time we also put an emphasis on aspects such as flexibility and coordination.

And what does that look like more specifically?

There are three different formats of GetOut Outdoor Trainings in Berlin: Cross, Ground and Loop. Each training takes 75 minutes.


GetOut Cross Trainings are full-body trainings which consist of 3 to 4 workouts with different emphases. In-between the workouts we run through the park (ca. 3-4 km). The equipment we use is mostly stuff you can find in the park (e. g. benches, walls, playgrounds).


GetOut Ground Trainings alternately focus on strength, endurance, or speed. Since we stay in the same spot during the training, we occasionally use equipment such as ropes or agility ladders.


The LOOP training is a circuit style training with multiple stations and rounds. Each station is a different exercise with different equipment (kettlebells, slamballs, ...), or just your bodyweight.

Sounds awesome! Where and when can I join?

Our Outdoor Trainings take place in different parks in Berlin. Surely, one of them is close to you ☺

I found my park! How can I join GetOut Outdoor Trainings in Berlin?

You can start off with signing up for a free trial session to see if GetOut Outdoor Trainings are your thing.

If you enjoyed your free trial you can choose between one of the following tickets:


What are GetOut Outdoor Trainings like? I can’t really picture it just yet.


More pictures: GetOut on instagram.

Cool! Just one more thing: who’s behind GetOut?


Everyone on the GetOut team has a different athletic background, but we all share a passion for exercise and people. We live and love a healthy and fit lifestyle and have invested many years in our training (and are still doing so) in order to support you in reaching your goals.


I’m Ronny and since 2008 I’ve been helping people of all ages and fitness levels become healthier and fitter by enjoying sport through personal trainings or group sessions. I myself have been passionate about sport since I was a child, so after finishing my studies in fitness economy I founded GetOut Outdoor Trainings Berlin. I conduct a lot of the trainings myself and constantly develop new workouts taking into account the feedback I get from participants.


My name is Natalie. I played handball as a teenager and started doing Crossfit in 2014. I love fighting my weaker self and trying new things. I try to convey this attitude during the GetOut trainings and to offer varied workouts. I work as a full-time dental assistant, but sport is my passion.


I'm Leon and I've been a personal trainer and CrossFit coach in Berlin for 2.5 years. Qualitative movement and the fun that comes with working out are my main priorities. I love passing on my enthusiasm for sport and health to other people - it's what motivates me each day. Working out outside no matter the weather isn't just a great change to our usually so indoorsy daily routines, but it also makes a lot of sense in terms of health.


Hey I´m Milena. I am a certified sports teacher and have been into sports since I was little. From my long time in elite level athletics I know what it means to work with discipline and clear goals in mind. But while studying sports at university I have found my passion for group fitness, and today it is much more important to me to enjoy movement and have fun with it as a priority. It is my goal as a GetOut trainer to work improve your fitness from whatever level that might be at right now, and to enjoy the progress from there on.


Hi my name is Nico. I have been into sport for pretty much all my life, starting with soccer for the biggest part of it.When I was 16 I first stepped into a gym, and with that my focus slowly shifted from soccer to fitness. Today I am very proud to call something so wonderful my job.It really is my passion to teach people what fitness can bring to their life. Fun, joy and health is what makes a proper training in combination with a good diet my priority.


Varied outdoor workouts, an incredibly nice group, and excellent trainers who constantly challenge you while always putting the enthusiasm for sports first—That’s GetOut and that’s the reason I keep reaching fitness goals that used to seem far out of reach. Ronny, Natalie, Sean, and Moritz cater to the individual fitness level of each and every participant, so that everyone gets the most out of the training. There’s nothing more energizing than working out outdoors with fun and motivating people, trying ever new exercises and always achieving just a little more than you thought possible! I think the fact that after three years (and a looot of sore muscles!) I’m as enthusiastic about GetOut as ever says it all ☺


GetOut has been a constant part of my everyday life for three years now. Before that I used to go to the gym and to bootcamps in Berlin. Now I go to GetOut trainings as often as I can.

Why? That’s where my team is, working out with me!


I’ve been going to GetOut trainings for several years now because they’re so varied. The trainers love what they do and believe in the workouts. They also tell you how to improve your form in case you’re not doing an exercise correctly. It just seems impossible to do such a workout alone several times a week, so fighting one’s weaker self together is probably the best thing about GetOut!

Ever since I joined GetOut, my fitness level has increased significantly. I accomplish things that I never thought were possible!


GetOut is everything I’m looking for in a workout after a long day in the office: testing your limit under supervision, training in a team, getting some fresh air, and getting to know lots of different exercises—it never gets boring!


Sounds great, but I do have a couple more questions!

Frequently Asked Questions

What do I need in order to participate in the trainings and is there anything I need to keep in mind?

The most important things are clothing which is suitable for the weather conditions (and that can get dirty) and comfortable running shoes. Since we’re out in nature, your hands can get dirty as well, so some participants like to wear gloves.
Make sure to drink enough before coming to the training and bring a drink for afterwards. You’ll sweat a lot, I promise ☺

Can I participate if I’m not that fit (yet)?

There are different versions of every exercise we do: for pros, advanced participants and beginners. You choose the level that is right for you. Fun is more important than doing the hardest exercises! Everything else is only a matter of time and the next training. If you haven’t worked out at all before or you’re just starting back out after a long break, the training will be hard. Since that can dampen the initial motivation, you might want to consider starting out with something a little gentler.

Can I participate if I’m constrained by, for instance, previous injuries?

In order to individually adjust exercises if necessary, your trainer will ask you if you have any injuries or if there is anything else that might restrict your movement in any way before your first training. If you’re not sure if GetOut is for you at all since you have some sort of physical constraint, just send us an e-mail.

What happens at a GetOut Training?

Everyone meets at the set meeting place for each park. Your belongings like backpacks, coats etc. are stored in someone’s car or in a kiosk, depending on the park we’re in. Every training starts with a warm-up which always takes place in the same spot, so if you’re ever a little late you can still find us. The actual training begins after the warm-up. During a Cross Training, we cover a total distance of about 3-4 km and stop 3 or 4 times for mini workouts. These workouts could look something like this:

  • 3 times rounds of
  • 30 squats
  • 20 push-ups
  • 10 burpees
  • 100 m running

During a Ground Training, we stay in one spot and complete several workouts with the alternating foci of strength, endurance, or speed. A Ground Speed workout, for example, could look something like this:

  • 4 cones: sprint from cone 1 to cone 2 and sprint back backwards,
  • then the same from cone 1 to cones 3 and 4,
  • take a short break, start round 2/3.

However, the workouts change every time, so there are always new exercises, and you never know what the training is going to look like on a given day.

After the last workout, we cool down by stretching and mobilizing our joints before everyone gets a hive-five.


Do the trainings take place in bad weather or when it’s dark outside?

“There is no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothing.” True to this motto, the trainings take place under all reasonable weather conditions. In case the training would pose a risk to your health, for instance, if there is a severe weather warning, it has to be canceled which is announced via e-mail. There are usually enough street lights in the park, however, the trainer always brings head lamps for the team to use.

How many participants have to sign up for a given training to take place?

One participant is enough. In this case the participant gets to enjoy a personal training! So far there is no upper limit either. We’ve never sent anyone home.

Is there a place to store my backpack, coat etc.?

There is a place where we store our belongings for the duration of the training in every park. Sometimes it’s the trunk of a car, sometimes a store whose owner has agreed to keep an eye on our things.

I’m 5 minutes late. Can I still participate?

The warm-up always takes place in the same spot, so if you’re ever a little late you can find your team there. After that you need a good nose since the routes we take are different every time.

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