Live streamed fitness classes relaunch in Fife

Leisure trust trainers go through their pacesLeisure trust trainers go through their paces
Leisure trust trainers go through their paces
Free live streamed fitness sessions have been revived in Fife after the region was moved into Level 3 COVID restrictions.

The move was made by Fife Sports And Leisure Trust (FSLT) as it cannot provide indoor group exercise classes or sports for adults.

The restriction to indoor fitness classes, including the trust’s self-funded health and wellbeing programme which supports people living with long-term conditions, adult swimming lessons and indoor sports such as racquet sports, unless both players are from the same household, came into effect last week.

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The trust has now re-launched its free live-streamed fitness sessions which ran during lockdown in March.

Fitness instructors are currently delivering around 20 live classes per week, including pilates, HIITStep, and meditation.

Evelyn Crichton, health and fitness co-ordinator, said: "We had a fantastic response to our online sessions during lockdown.

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“We are very pleased to be re-launching our online programme not only for our regular fitness class participants, but anyone who would like to increase their physical activity.”

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