The first unique female health programme at The Zone
The Zone is launching a new programme to encourage local women to kick start a healthier lifestyle, change unhealthy habits and try some fun taster sessions of different exercises and sports.
‘Get Active’ is a new eight week programme taking place at The Zone and led by Huddersfield Community Trust, the charity that co-ordinates community delivery on behalf of Huddersfield Town. The programme will offer activity taster sessions, weight management advice and support to women aged over 16 years who would like to lose weight, become fitter, healthier and get into shape for the summer.
The programme will start with an introductory session on Wednesday 22 May and run for eight weeks until Wednesday 10 July. Every week the session will last from 6 – 8pm which will include an activity session and a theory session discussing relevant topics such as eating well, portion sizes, shopping on a budget and body image.
The idea takes inspiration from the extremely successful ‘Get Fit’ programmes that are running at The Zone in partnership with Huddersfield Town. The male concept works well by bringing together a group of people to achieve goals and take part some new and unusual activities. The female programme will take the same format and will be a great opportunity to have some fun whilst learning to change unhealthy habits.
The activities that will be on offer will include bums and tums, kickboxing, mind body and soul sessions, and gentle introductory, small sided variations of frisbee and football. All sessions will take place at the fantastic indoor facility The Zone which has large female changing rooms and a cafe. The programme will be limited to 25 places and will begin a free first session on 22 May 2013. At the end of week one, a £20 payment will be required to reserve your place for the remaining 7 weeks of the course if you have enjoyed the first evening.
For further information on the eight week course or register you interest in the programme please contact Zoe Prince on 01484 484163 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.