Try different types of online fitness class with Joanna and Katie while raising money for Sport in Mind, an excellent mental health charity based in Reading. Their aim is to improve the lives of people experiencing mental health problems through sport and physical activity.
Join in as many classes as you like, all from the comfort of your own home. It’s a live, online event, and we’d love to have as many people as possible join in with us on the day. Donations welcome!
Register me for the Fitness Fling
|9am||Blast (high-intensity interval training, HIIT)|
|10am||Upper body mobility and strength|
|10.30am||Ballet Stretch (bring a chair for the barre)|
|11am||Lower body strength and tone|
|11.30am||LIIT (low-intensity interval training)|
|12pm||Dirty Dozen (hips, glutes and abs; all on the floor)|
|12.30pm||Fusion (Yoga/Pilates) and cool down|
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