Exercise classes are organised group exercise that often take place in a studio within a gym or an exercise facility.
An Overview of Exercise Class
There are a multitude of different exercise classes available, which differ from location to location. Common exercise classes include:
- Legs, Bums & Tums
- Body Attack
- Combat Fitness
- Muscle Pump
- Buggy Boot Camp
Find Exercise Class Activities Near You
Use the search below to find local activities near you.
Physio Pilates for health
Emma Bell is a NHS Physiotherapist providing modified Pilates classes for persons managing health conditions such as back pain, osteoarthritis, after surgery or managing sports injuries.
At BRS it is our goal to inspire the next generation of young athletes, of all abilities. Using our PPA sessions in schools, football centres and Multi-sports holiday camps to encourage a healthy, positive lifestyle & most importantly nurturing a desire f
BH Live is the south coast’s leading operator of leisure and event venues; a social enterprise that designs and builds engaging experiences to inspire people and enrich lives.
SportBU strives to create pathways of excellence and enjoyment through a spectrum of rewarding and stimulating sporting opportunities that engages, excites and develops students, staff and the community.
Play Touch as in Touch Rugby the safe version of the game only a one handed touch stops the attacking player. It's fast, skilful, and all inclusive, above all its fun. We have families playing. Members ages range from 7 yrs to old age.
A leisure centre catering for all ages and abilities
The Quest-accredited Stokewood Leisure Centre is our community centre in the Winton/Charminster area of Bournemouth. It includes a pool, sauna and over 60 weekly fitness classes, a spin studio and gym.
A Rabble session is an hour of outdoor immersive team games. Each game disguises high intensity intervals within the games, giving you an effective all-body workout that's fun & social.
There are hundreds of games to try out, and they allow people of
TMYC is an open access youth centre providing positive activities for young people aged 10-19
The Branksome Centre is a vibrant community hub located in north-east Poole.
It hosts a wide range of arts, crafts, sports, learning and social activities for all ages. The Centre also has its own Community Coffee Shop, which is open 9.00am-3.30pm Monday
The Feel Fabulous Project invite you to join them for Family Friendly Bootcamp where you can have fun, get fit and make friends.
Half term fun in the park with the whole family!
The Feel Fabulous Project invite you to join them for their brand NEW legs, bums and tums circuit class.
Falls Prevention class
Become more active
A regular class for those who have COPD, helping to keep you fit and live your life
Exercise class for stroke survivors. Improve your stamina, ability and confidence.
Ideal for active and able ladies and gentlemen wanting to improve / maintain general health and strength.
During the first half of the session we:
> warm up
> do cardiovascular exercise to music
> cool down
During the second half of the session we do:
> muscle strengthening exercise using: small hand weights, ankle weights and resistance bands
> abdominal exercises
> pelvic floor exercises
> balance and co-ordination exercises
> flexibility stretches
> learn how to get down and up from the floor safely so that we can keep playing with the grandchildren!
We also arrange social activities.
This session is ideal for phase 4 cardiac rehabilitation, for weight maintenance and for active and able ladies and gentlemen who simply want to improve / maintain general health and strength while using larger pieces of cardiovascular exercise equipment, e.g. stationary bikes, rowing machines, steppers, exercise steps and re-bounders.
We begin each session with a warm up, which is followed by a circuit of 12 exercise stations: 6 cardiovascular stations alternating with 6 upper body muscle strength and endurance stations.
The circuit ends with a cool down, balance exercises and flexibility stretches
We also organise occasional social activities.
Ideal for people with reduced balance and mobility who wish to improve health, strength and independence.
Wheelchair users and carers welcome
Sessions begin with a warm up followed by exercises to help improve mobility, flexibility, muscle strengthen and endurance, abdominal and pelvic floor muscles, balance and coordination; we end with a cool-down.
No exercises are performed lying on the floor and no participant is required to get onto the floor. However, participants are shown how to get down and up from the floor safely so that they know what to do should the need arise.