I have been going to Parkfit since September last year and it has made a world of difference to my life.
When I was pregnant with my twins I was not able to do any exercise.
I had no energy and low blood pressure.
Tone up and strengthen those legs and glutes 🙂
Here a few of the exercises we use in FItball Body Conditioning sessions. If you would like to come along to a Fitball class, they are help on a Monday 8pm – 9pm and Thursday 8pm – 9pm.
Contact Kirsty for more information email@example.com or 07787 406 552.
RESISTANCE BAND EXERCISES
In our Fitball and Parkfit sessions, we sometimes use resistance bands. Here are a few exercises for you to try. Ask Kirsty or your instructor for a demonstration to ensure you carry out the exercises correctly. As always, ensure you check with a GP before you start any fitness program.
FOAM ROLLER INFO! The basics….
Below is some information for you when starting out with a foam roller. Contact Kirsty (07787 406 552 or firstname.lastname@example.org) to arrange a consultation so she can demonstrate the movements to you to ensure you are carrying out the exercises correctly. Foam rollers can enhance sporting performance as well as alleviate aches and pains.
POST EXERCISE STRETCHES
After you have exercised it is important to spend at least 5 – 10 minutes stretching. Have a go at the stretches below. Each stretch should be help for 10 – 15 seconds. Hold the stretch and feel the ‘bite’ of the muscle, deeply inhale and as you exhale let yourself relax in to the stretch and extend the range of movement.
PARKFIT is largely based around INTERVALS! Read on to find out more 🙂
High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT)
Interval training = high-intensity bursts of exercise followed by low-intensity exercise
Some example of Intervals for you to try out 🙂
KETTLEBELL WORKOUT FOR BEGINNERS
Kettlebells are a great workout for the whole body. If you are using Kettlebells for the first time, please ask Kirsty or one of the instructors at a class for support on posture when using the Kettlebells before you have a go at a ‘solo’ workout.