Free fitness classes in Stanthorpe

free fitness classes in Stanthorpe
free fitness classes in Stanthorpe

SNEAKERS and leggings are all the rage this February with Stanthorpe Fitness Centre offering free fitness classes for the month of February.

Participants can try out each of the classes once for free, to get a taste for what suits them best.

The fitness centre offers a large range of classes with everything from cross training to Tai Chi.

Fitness instructor Lynette Torrisi said there was a class to suit every fitness level and every age group.

She said for mature people Heart Fit and Rageing Ageing were the most popular.

"Intermediates could probably go with weights and balance or gym circuit - which can also be for beginners.”

Early morning classes are more advanced and tend to be on the faster side including cardio class and punch fit.

Spin bikes were also on the more advanced end.

"You don't have to be super fit to join spin, you can just go at your own pace.”

She said anyone was was welcome to try out any of the classes.

"Most classes you can literally go at your own pace.”

The classes all last for an hour and are on Monday to Friday mornings and evenings.

"Anybody can start at any pace,at any class,” she said.

"You've got to start from somewhere.

"It doesn't matter what level of fitness you are, anyone can come along.”

Stanthorpe Border Post

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