Bootcamp and Pilates in the Park
Due to the success of our outdoor lunchtime exercise classes we have booked another seven week sessions over the summer.
The next session of Pilates will start on Tuesdays from 3 August at 1pm and Bootcamp will be on Wednesday lunchtimes starting on 4 August at 1pm. Both will take place outside at ///grabs.motivates.depths by 65-71 Innovation Drive (otherwise known as the Quad).
The next seven week sessions are FREE to those working at Milton Park
Both sessions are provided by qualified instructors from the Park Club Gym. Christine has been a personal trainer for over 20 years and has been teaching Pilates since 2004 alongside other disciplines. Luke who will be leading the Bootcamp session has been working in fitness for over six years after heart surgery in 2014, his aim is to help others the way he was helped, after his surgery.
Mandy Williams, Managing Director of the Park club commented ‘We are very pleased to be working with MEPC to offer these important outdoor activities, in a time when people need exercise and relaxation within their lives’.
The lawn in between 65 and 71 Innovation Drive is a perfect spot for an outdoor exercise class, with the lagoon and trees in the background it’s not overlooked by lots of people. Why not grab your gym kit for a motivating class where you can discover new fitness depths and goals at ///grabs.motivates.depths
Pilates - To sign up to the six-session Pilates (please bring your own yoga mat)
Bootcamp - To Sign up to the six-session Bootcamp
Both classes please follow this advice:
- Pilates – please bring your own yoga mat if possible
- Bootcamp – all equipment will be provided
- During the first session the Park Gym will ask for your contact details, to contact you if a class needs to be cancelled due to heavy rain
- Participants must let instructor know of any injuries/restrictions or illness. You will need to get up and down off the floor
- Wear the right clothing, including footwear
- Do not participate if you have a medical condition that may put you at risk
- Do warm-up and warm down
- Do stop if you feel unwell
- Do check the environment is safe
- Remember if wearing headphones, pay particular attention to hazards such as moving vehicles if outdoors
- Consider remaining hydrated
- Know your limits
- Follow the advice given by your GP or medical professional.
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