We offer Spinning Classes and Circuit training for women and men on most evenings, lead by our highly skilled and experienced fitness instructors. Located in Mount Oval with free parking, our fitness classes are ideal for people in Douglas, Rochestown and Carrigaline.
Monday Spinning Classes 45min €15 Tuesday Circuits at 7pm 60min €15 Wednesday Spinning class 45min €15.
Call us on 021 489 8452. Or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to know about our group fitness classes. You can also fill in the form below too.
Our Payment Policy: If you cancel within 12 hours of a class or fail to turn up you must pay in full for that class. You cannot book another class until that late-fee is paid.
Bookings must be made online. If you are interested in attending a class and want to know more information, flll in the quick form below and we’ll get back to you or you can email or phone us. These classes are limited in size so fill up rapidly.
Our Fitness Instructors
Vilma and Louise will guide you during our fitness classes and make sure you get burn you want to get while doing so safely. More details on our personal trainers.
What are Spinning Classes?
Spinning could be seen as a type of indoor cycling on specially designed exercise bikes. Only certified Spinning instructors can teach Spinning Classes. Spinning is set to music and is a way of burning a lot of calories in a short amount of time, normally 30 minutes to 45 minutes.
You set the difficulty of the “terrain” of your workout with the instructor bringing you through what could be seen as a flat, hill incline and hill decline cycle. It is a very good way of constantly pushing yourself while getting motivation from those around you. It is suitable for beginners all the way to super-fit people. Talk to one of our fitness instructors about what might suit you.
What are Circuit Training Classes?
Circuit training is a form of body conditioning or endurance training or resistance training using high-intensity. It targets strength building or muscular endurance. … Traditionally, the time between exercises in circuit training is short, often with rapid movement to the next exercise. Think of it as touring the gym, going from machine to machine. For us, Circuit Training is a group activity with each person starting at a different station/machine and moving around to the next station. Doing this as a group can be very motivating as it feels like the whole group is working towards a final goal.
Getting fit after 40
Through our one to one personal training sessions or in these group fitness classes, we can work with you in getting fit. People in their 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s and 60s coming along to our group training classes. You are more than welcome.
Getting fit and staying fit after 50
There are some considerations for getting and staying fit after 50s but nothing that will impact on your training. We’ll evaluate your ability and your fitness level and off we go. The main thing is for you to be comfortable and the space we provide is welcoming and not a loud space full of people hogging the mirrors.
Getting fit after 50 for women
Is getting fit after 50 different to any other age and different for women than for men. Not really. It’s all about how you feel, what your ability is and what your goals are.