The classes are fun but challenging with the effectiveness of personal training with the enjoyment and team dymanics of working in a group.
Who are the classes for?
The classes are for people with busy lives, juggling their diaries to squeeze in their fitness between family, work and general life commitments. The classes are designed to suit all ages and abilities, from those who have a low level of fitness looking to improve to those with a good level of fitness looking for a challenge. The classes are also a great alternative for those people bored of fitness fads that never work or those who are looking for something other than the gym.
What does a class involve?
No two classes are the same, the instructors ensure they are kept fresh and varied using a unique combination of fun and challenging activities to ensure the fitness training is enjoyable rather than a chore. The classes will consist of circuits, shuttles, partner and team activities and will last for one hour. The classes will have the attention and results of a personal trainer but with the added enjoyment of the group and team dynamics. They will be intense but fun and two or three classes per week should ensure you stay fit enough to enjoy your life.
Who will take the classes?
Experienced, well trained and qualified fitness instructors, who will motivate the group to ensure that everyone enjoys the class and finds it challenging and at the right level to suit each individual.
Where and when will the classes take place?
The one hour classes will meet at Guildford Rugby Club, Guildford Road, Godalming, GU7 3BU and take place in the grounds and at nearby Broadwater Park.
|Tuesday||19:00 - 20:00|
|Wednesday||09:30 - 10:30|
|Thursday||19:00 - 20:00|
|Friday||09:30 - 10:30|
|Saturday||09:30 - 10:30|
Will I be shouted at?
Absolutely not! Some of out instructors are military trained however they are aware that you do not need or want military training so will train you in an enthusiasic, effective, fun and humour filled way. How good is it to get fit while laughing, enjoying team sports you haven't enjoyed since childhood and seeing great results in a very short period of time.
To get involved come along for a free trial class
Everyone gets a free trial class so come along and give it a try. All we ask is you attend 10 minutes before the start of your first class so that we can go through a simple health questionnaire with you. You should come dressed ready to take part in a fitness class and you can leave a jacket and your keys etc. in the instructor’s vehicle.
What is your fitness goal?
Do you have a short term goal to lose weight for a holiday perhaps? Or a long term goal of improving your general health by reducing body fat? Helping you achieve your goal is important to us. At your initial consultation we will identify your goal and advise you of a realistic and achievable approach to reaching this goal.
Fitness for Older Adults
Ageing is associated with many chronic diseases such as coronary heart disease, hypertension, osteoarthritis, diabetes and respiratory disorders. Regular exercise can not only reduce the risk of getting many of these diseases but also reduce the risk of stroke and contribute to healthy bones, muscles and joints. The gym environment can be intimidating and many people prefer to exercise in the comfort of their own home.
Pre and Post Natal
Pregnancy and childbirth is the toughest process that a woman's body can go through. It is essential for the wellbeing of both mother and child that the mother stays strong, injury free and healthy during this period. Following a specifically designed and tapered exercise routine you can keep in shape throughout your pregnancy and be strong and fit to deal with the demands of a new baby.
Osteoporosis and Arthritis
Many people with arthritis and osteoporosis avoid exercise because they are worried it will increase their pain or they are unsure what type of exercise to do. But exercise can have enormous benefits including better joint mobility, stronger muscles and bones, improved energy levels and general wellbeing. The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence states "exercise should be a core treatment for people with osteoarthritis, irrespective of age, pain severity or disability", whilst the Arthritis Foundation say that "Exercise is the most effective non drug treatment to reduce pain and improve movement".
We're happy to address any of your questions or concerns. Please call us at 07985 590255 or use our contact form.