Is your workout getting boring?

Does your usual workout seem like a scene from the movie Groundhog Day—just more of the same old, same old? Then try one, or all, of our great new fitness classes in our 
re launched programme at Shene Sports & Fitness Centre.

Not only will they breathe new life into your gym time, helping you stay motivated, but they’ll also keep your body burning more calories.

Why not try one of our new classes….

Insanity

This is a high intensity total body workout that requires no equipment using your body weight for resistance. The class is based on a fitness method called “Max Interval Training” keeping your body working at maximum capacity through the entire workout. You will work flat out in 3-5 minute blocks with only a short period of rest in between.
Monday 8.30-9.15pm

HIIT
High Intensity Interval Training is a total body workout combining cardio, body weight exercises and weights, such as dumbbells, kettlebells using large muscle groups. If your goal is to improve cardiovascular fitness, reduce body fat and get toned this class is for you.
Wednesday 8.30-9.00pm
Saturday 11.15-11.45am

Hatha Yoga

This is a gentle, basic slow-paced stretching-focused Yoga class with breathing exercises and meditation. This class is a great way to work on your alignment, learn relaxation techniques, and become comfortable with doing yoga while improving balance, strength, flexibility and body awareness.
Sunday 10.30-11.30am

With over 35 classes per week, Shene Sports & Fitness Centre will keep you motivated and feeling good!

Don’t forget if you’re a direct debit or annual member then all of our fitness classes are free.

Click here for more information or call Shene Sports & Fitness Centre on 020 3772 2999.
 

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