We are coming up to the ‘New Year, New You’ time; and New Year’s resolutions. Outdoor fitness a huge way to help your health and well-being by losing weight and inches; helping your confidence; improving your blood pressure to meeting, and making new friends. So why is starting your fitness regime so good for you, especially outdoors? You will benefit from fresh air in the great outdoors. Group training especially is one of the largest growing trends, which allows you to enjoy exercise whilst been part of a group. Social inclusion and encouragement is a key part of group fitness, so embrace being pushed, helped and supported by many other peers all with the same goal of improving their health, and ultimately to live a longer life
Below is a list of benefits:
We ask the questions?
If you answer yes, then there is no better time to start your fitness regime for 2016!
Meet Leanne; who over a the last three years has been a member losing a lot of weight and now has exercise, running (Farlsey Running club), running Obstacle Race and outdoor fitness as a huge part of her life. She is an excellent ambassador for what we are trying to achieve; Long term health and well being.
Excuses – We find people use excuses to not exercise. If you use these excuses maybe we can help:
If you need motivation, have questions or want general advice please email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Imogen Turner
I joined Paul's UK outdoor fitness class approximately 6 years ago. I had previously struggled with a yoyo weight on the scales and poor mental health. Fast forward to now I am in the best physical and mental shape I have ever been in with a huge thanks to Paul and the team. They take the time to learn your strengths and work on your weaknesses. They are all willing to go the extra mile to reach out to help and motivate. I can thoroughly recommend every instructor and session as they are well thought out and fly by
- James, Temple Newsam and Kippax
I have been taking part in UK Outdoor Fitness bootcamps for almost 10 years now.
What has kept me going back all this time is the enthusiasm of the instructors, the banter with other members and the flexibility within the sessions to push myself as hard as I want to or be a little less energetic depending on what sort of mood I’m in.
They are definitely not military style bootcamps and offer something for people of all abilities. I also find that doing exercise outdoors in the fresh air in local parks is much more fun that sweating away in a gym.
I would certainly recommend UK Outdoor Fitness to anyone looking to get fit and
have fun at the same time!
Thank you for the past 10 years, and I’m looking forward to the next 10!