Entry Level Workout

with Duncan Vincent
Monday 29th
Tuesday 30th
Wednesday 1st
Thursday 2nd
Friday 3rd
Saturday 4th
Sunday 5th
Fitness - Strength
Who is this class for?
  • You are more chair based, or are unable to to be as mobile as your once were
  • Need a slower pace to build confidence and progress
  • Want to have fun while keeping fit
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The class will become available to join 15 minutes before it is due to start.

2021-11-25T09:00:00Z - 2021-11-25T09:30:00Z
Entry Level Workout A fun way to get the body moving, improve activity and function and become fitter and healthier through chair-based and standing exercises.
Entry Level Workout Class

"Hi, I'm Duncan and I will guide you through chair-based and standing exercises. This class if for everyone wanting to become fitter, stronger and healthier. It is a fun way to get the body moving, improve activities for daily living and body functionality.

Chair-based exercise  is a great way to improve your overall fitness and confidence in your abilities and is suitable for those with reduced mobility. The workout is aimed at improving muscle strength, cardiovascular  fitness, and enhancing overall physical function. This is all achieved in a fun class designed to put a smile on your face and improve your overall fitness."

Meet the instructor Duncan Vincent
Duncan has a HND in sports science and a 1st class BSc Sports Science and Professional Football degree. I am a Level 3 qualified FA football coach and hold level 3 FA Youth Coach qualifications. Duncan has been a qualified personal trainer for 15+ years, working in many different fitness environments. Duncan has worked in Premiership Football clubs, managed 5-star boutique Personal training and fitness studios, private homes, local parks. This has given him a huge amount of experience with a vast variety of people all of whom are as individual as you. "Fit for Life"
Geek Notes

Benefits of aerobic exercise, a cardiovascular activity, include:

  • Improving cardiovascular fitness
  • Improving physical function
  • Preventing functional decline
  • Improving cognitive function
  • Preventing cognitive decline
  • Reducing symptoms of anxiety and depression
  • Improving sleep.

WHO recommends that all adults should get 30 to 60 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise at least 5 times a week; or 15 to 30 minutes of vigorous-intensity exercise at least 5 times a week. If you are new to any exercise, start by doing small amounts and adjust how much you do based on your fitness and strength levels.


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