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A fantastic way to improve your Postnatal Fitness

 

Fun fitness friendship

 

Some of you may be looking at spicing up your exercise routine?

 

Come along with or with out your babies/toddlers in their prams and have a go at trying something different which I hope will spur you on to continue to enjoy exercise.

 

The venues:

Monday & Wednesday Millhouses Park meet at the car park at the end of the park (closest to Beauchief Hotel) 10 -10.45am.

 

Thursdays join us at Hillsborough Park 10-10.45am meet at the car park opposite the leisure centre

 

We will be doing a 45min Postnatal focused session aimed at increasing cardiovascular fitness, toning exercises working the arms legs and abdominals and Learning about the importance of postural awareness to help reduce muscular tension and improve core stability.

 

If you are bringing babies we will be incorporating prams and other equipment. It is therefore important to be able to securely fasten your baby / little one safely.

 

If you have friends and family who may wish to join in, the more the merrier, but they will need to come early to fill out the screening forms.

 

Please wear appropriate clothes for the weather, bring a towel, gloves or a small blanket and you will need to bring your own drinks.

 

After the class you can all enjoy the fine coffee in the cafe! (no cake though!)

 

Take care

 

Spread the word

 

Led by Experienced Midwife, Personal Trainer, specialist Antenatal/postnatal instructor.

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