Fancy a new challenge? See what’s happening at Shene!


This month we launch our brand new group exercise timetable with a class to suit everybody!

With 50 classes to choose from there's no better way to get fit for summer. Those of you who regularly attend classes will know that training in a group is a fun and social way of getting fit and if you haven’t tried one before here are 3 reasons why you definitely should!

Motivation
Working out with friends or a group of likeminded people helps to keep you motivated to regularly attend your class. Plus, it pushes you to work harder to keep up with the pace of the class.

Accountability
If you just don’t feel like going to the gym some days it’s easy to talk yourself out of it when you train alone. If you attend classes, knowing that your class mates will wonder where you are if you don’t go will keep you motivated to show up!

The buzz
There’s nothing like it! Whether your group training is in a HIIT class, Yoga, Kettlebells or Boxercise class when the music is playing and you look around and see everyone working hard together you get that ultimate buzz that training on your own doesn’t give.

So set yourself a goal this month to try something new and book one of our brand new classes. 

Our new fitness class and cycle studio timetable launches on Monday 16 April.

Don’t forget if you’re a direct debit member then all of our fitness classes are free and Gold, Corporate and Student members can try classes at all of our Feel Good Fitness sites.

Kind regards
Shene Sports & Fitness Centre
 


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