Six ideas to exercise

Below, I have put together a few links to help make it even easier for you to start exercising.

 

1. Yoga

Six simple yoga poses to help ease back pain are shown in an Elite Daily article: http://elitedai.ly/1PBioW7.

 2. Mud runs

For those of you who are used to running but fancy something more of a challenge what about a muddy obstacle race? You can choose from short distances (2km) but with tough challenges, see http://www.muddyrace.co.uk/south-east/mud-fit-surrey-2/.

Easier but longer routes can be found at Polesden Lacey in May, sign up by 24th April to take advantage of discounted rates: http://maverick-race.com/event/the-original-surrey-2/.

 3. Dance

Missing the winter TV schedule of Strictly Come Dancing? Why not learn some Ballroom and Latin dancing in your area? Beginners classes in Woking on Friday nights with Surrey Swing Dance starting end of January . Check out the website: http://www.steprightdance.co.uk/.

 4. Swimming 

Around 1 in 5 adults are unable to swim and in many areas there are adult swimming classes. Check out your local leisure centre for classes that range from complete novices to experienced swimmers. The ASA Framework also has a structured programme that swimming clubs can use for motivating adult swimmers and provides information on clubs such as diving or water polo. Click http://www.swimming.org/poolfinder/?utm_campaign=WaterPolo_PoolFinder&utm_source=Join_a_Club for more information.

 5. Football

Find out where to play near you at Surrey FA. Not only does this provide details of clubs in your area but it also has information on women’s and girls football also. See http://www.surreyfa.com/ for more information

6. Climbing

Surrey Sports Park and Craggy Island both have extensive climbing facilities see http://craggy-island.com/ and http://www.surreysportspark.co.uk/facilities/climbing/ for specific details but some local leisure centres, such as Woking also have climbing tuition and are worthwhile looking at as a place to start a new activity.

 

So those are some ideas to learn, adapt or enhance an exercise routine that might interest you. Now all you need to do is try one out.

 

Have fun!

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