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Date posted 15 Sep 2021

On Wednesday 22nd September 2021 Workington LC will be opening the doors to provide both members and non-members with a range of free fitness classes and taster sessions, and with help from the rest of the country the aim is to raise awareness in the importance of us leading healthy lifestyles through being active. 

From 10 minute workouts, to the 100 squat challenge, it only takes 1 step towards improving your mental health and physical wellbeing so why not use this day as a starting point to challenge yourself and move outside of your comfort zone.

 

We've a variety of classes to peak your interest, just have a look below to see if anything catches your eye:

FITNESS CLASS START TIME END TIME INSTRUCTOR

 

Step

 

 

09:15

 

 

09:55

 

 

Jayne

 

 

Core Conditioning

 

 

17:15

 

 

17:55

 

 

Graham

 

 

HIIT

 

 

18:15

 

 

18:55

 

 

Laura

 

 

Group Cycle

 

 

18:15

 

 

18:55

 

 

Dino

 

 

Outdoor Circuit Training

 

 

18:15

 

 

18:55

 

 

Graham

 

 

Power Pump

 

 

19:15

 

 

19:55

 

 

Nicola

 

 

We also have free gym sessions available if you don't fancy any classes, All slots within 9am are free to everyone, as is the slots between 12pm and 2pm.

 

All participicating customers will need to have a 'Pay & Play' account set up with their up-to-date details in order to book any of the available activities. You can do this by using the following link: https://join.better.org.uk/signup/

Once this has been completed you are free to set up your online booking account, if you have any questions or problems then feel free to drop down to the centre and speak to a member of our staff on reception. Alternatively you can send us an email enquiry to Workington.LC@GLL.ORG

Customers can scan into for their chosen activity 5 minutes before the start of the session, and up to 10 minutes afterwards. 

 

For a full UK map of all National Fitness Day events in your local area visit www.nationalfitnessday.com or why not follow them on facebook or twitter? Just search for 'National Fitness Day'