Our expert says:
You're always better off having it checked beforehand, regardless of situation, but in this case, it may be particularly the case given that you've come in off a long period of not training.
As for the level, it depends on the Boot Camp. It can be very taxing, but some are not, and the members can kind of control their own intensity. If that's the case, then it's as hard as you choose to make it. If it's not, then you may want to look for a slightly easier option to work your way into, and look at a Boot Camp in say July. That is very much dependent on the programme specifically, and I can't comment on that, unfortunately. it helps that it's 3 days a week and not every day, because you'll get some recovery between training, but you'll have to see how it goes, and control how much you do and how hard you do it.
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