Tired of the standard legs, bums and tums classes? Give your fitness a serious high kick at one of these unique and challenging fitness classes
If your regular gym routine is giving your zero motivation, try your hand at one these mood-boosting alternatives! These are just some of the awesome new fitness classes in Staffordshire.
1. Boogie Bounce Xtreme
Women across the county are swapping the treadmill for the some seriously bouncy fun. Boogie Bounce Xtreme is a safe, simple and effective exercise programme on individual mini trampolines. It’s carried out in a darkened room to high energy dance music so there is no need to worry about what you look like – until the lights come on that is! Living has been there and done it and we loved it.
It’ll leave you sweating buckets and thirsty for more. It’s addictive!
Classes are £5 each and are run out of dedicated studios located at Paladan Works in Fenton. All bouncers need socks with grips on.
Visit the Boogie Bounce Xtreme Fenton Facebook page for more information.
2. Caveman training
If you’re after a ripped mid-drift and you have serious will power then take on the 6-week challenge that is caveman training. It’s hardcore fitness at its best so be prepared!
Classes take place in Fenton and Newcastle and usually involve a series of structured circuit style training exercises to push and pull you to your limits!
Visit Caveman Training for more information.
Bring a new groove to your fitness with this high calorie burn workout that has a tap dancing theme – hence the name!
Part of Groove Academy dance school, local classes are held in Stone and you don’t need any tap experience or any equipment as it is all provided at the classes.
Visit the TAPfit Staffordshire Facebook page for more information.
4. Aerial Fit
Fancy twirling and whirling your way to a toned physique? If you love the idea of spending time upside down to work on your strength and endurance then Aerial Fit at the Pole Fit studio in Longton is just what you are looking for.
Aerial Fit improves strength, flexibility, stamina, posture and grace as with aerial skills, hoop and cube classes.
You can book on to a taster class on a Wednesday and Thursday evening at 6.30pm and on a Sunday at 4pm. Register and book online to have a go.
5. Hot Pod Yoga
A new hot yoga studio has launched in Longton and is offering a week of free classes from the 14-20 September so that you can give this new style of stretching a go. Hot Pod Yoga was created in 2013 to try and reinvent the traditional exercise for a more modern world. The class is run in a low-light, purple-lit pod with the temperature turned up and immersive music playing in the backgroun. It promises to make you workout harder with more deeper stretches.
To book on one of the free classes you need to visit https://hotpodyoga.com/studios/stoke/schedule/.