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buggyfit Class at Thame

buggyfit is the best way to get back in shape after your new arrival. Whatever your postnatal stage we have a programme that will suit your needs, from initial recuperation in your first six weeks, through those tough times of getting back into your jeans…

buggyfit is the best way to get back in shape after your new arrival. Whatever your postnatal stage we have a programme that will suit your needs, from initial recuperation in your first six weeks, through those tough times of getting back into your jeans and onto those new levels of fitness – and most of this from behind your buggy or pram.

Our classes are an hour long, and usually involve a 3 – 5 mile route in total. Classes start with a moderate warm up walk, moving into a power walk to raise our heart rates. This is when we start to burn fat! Each class includes group exercises specifically selected to strengthen and tone particular muscle groups, and enable us to cope with the demands of motherhood. We then finish off with a cool down and stretch.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Emma Redding
Contact Position
buggyfit trainer
Telephone
07919 173846
01844 202081
E-mail
emma@buggyfit.co.uk
Website
http://www.buggyfit.co.uk/location/emma-redding-thame-phoenix-trail/

Where to go

Name
Three Horseshoes Pub car park
Address
Three Horseshoes
Chinnor Road
Towersey
Thame
Oxfordshire
Postcode
OX9 3QY
Notes

We meet in car park of the Three Horseshoes Pub and then walk through Towersey to join the Pheonix Trail. 

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Every Monday, 10.30am
Time of day
Morning
Session Information
Meet at the Three Horseshoes car park at 10.30am

Other Details

Additional Information

Providing services to
Adults

Last checked on 29/07/2019

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