Group training sessions
Explode – This class is all about power and conditioning. Fast paced, explosive exercises created to help improve the current condition of your body.
Strong – Increase your strength lifting and moving objects in this demanding session.
Move – Ideal for individuals where sudden changes in direction, intensity and speed are important. Push the body and mind with this intense session.
Trunk – A class dedicated to increasing core strength whilst maintaining flexibility.
ObstaFit – Perfect for training for an obstacle race. Whole body training using your own bodyweight, ropes, tyres and hammers to name but a few.
Intense – A 30 minute high intensity interval session designed to get you sweating, breathing and working hard in a rapid session.
Freestyle Fitness Yoga – Freestyle Fitness Yoga is a great class for all abilities – it incorporates yoga moves without the chimes, chanting or heavy breathing BUT it WILL get you STRONGER, more FLEXIBLE and you will MOVE easier..
Buff Mums – A 60 minute indoor circuit style class where mums can come along, bring the babies (and well behaved older kids)* for an hour of tailored exercises suitable for the early and late post natal stages. Quite welcome to stay for a cuppa afterwards too. Led by a fully qualified pre and post natal Personal Trainer who is also fully CRB checked.
ParkFit – If you are a new mum who would like to increase your strength and endurance after the birth of your baby or a mum of an older child or even a grandparent who wants to get fitter for those all-important “grandparent duties” then this class is PERFECT for you. You can bring your babies/children along* (although this isn’t compulsory) and enjoy some exercise in the fresh air! It is an outdoor circuit type class utilising body weight exercises, interval training, cardiovascular work, strength and conditioning.Led by a fully qualified pre and post natal Personal Trainer who is also fully CRB checked.
Location of ParkFit: Sandringham Park, Sandringham Road, Wetherby
*All children are the responsibility of the parent, the instructor will help out, however, responsibility for their wellbeing and safety lies with the parent.