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Get active with leisure@cheltenham this weekend
High energy Body Combat, relaxing pilates and toning Body Pump are just some of the things on offer this weekend at leisure@cheltenham.
leisure@cheltenham is hosting a variety of events this Saturday and Sunday, giving everyone in the town a great opportunity to boost their fitness regime.
The classes, designed to suit a range of fitness levels include:
* Body Attack and Body Combat, high energy classes with pumping sounds and powerful moves
* Body Step and Body Pump to sculpt and tone the body with uplifting music and funky moves
* Pilates and Body Balance, to relax the body and mind
* Spin Cycling and Circuit classes, fun, social and very effective
With such a variety of classes, there is something to suit everyone.
Stephen Petherick, commercial manager at leisure@cheltenham said: "New choreography, lively music and a great social atmosphere is guaranteed to get everyone moving. These sessions ensure that there is something for everyone. So why not come down and give it a go? We're easy to find on Tommy Taylorís Lane, opposite the Prince of Wales Stadium and there is plenty of free parking available."
Premier Plus / Health and Fitness members have free access and for all others, each class is only £2.70.
To book a class, or for further information, please contact customer services on 01242 528764.
: 11/07/2007 17:25:00
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