Monday, 25 January 2021 00:00

South Norfolk leisure centres offer free online gym membership

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South Norfolk leisure centres offer free online gym membership

South Norfolk Council’s leisure centres are offering free online gym membership until 1 March, allowing members access to more than 30 live streamed classes and more than 60 on demand classes. 

By signing up to Your Home Workout, members can try a range of professional classes, from energetic Dance Fit, Body Pump and High Intensity Interval Training to Yoga and Pilates, free of charge, and then for just £10 a month after 1 March. 

An online class timetable, for those wanting to join in live, is on the South Norfolk Council website – search ‘Your Home Workout from the homepage to view it and see what you’d like to try. 

“Our leisure centres may be closed but you don’t have to miss out on keeping fit and healthy. By signing up to Your Home Workout, you can join in with our workouts at home either live or at a time that suits you,” said Councillor Alison Thomas, Portfolio Holder for Customer Focus.

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