From the Catholic Church
By Haddenham Webteam - 21st June 2015 2:00pm
Hey, chaps — how are your general fitness levels these days? A few pounds beginning to creep on? Well here's an item especially for you:
Total Body Workout for Men
Following the success of KaSoTonic, a very popular and effective exercise to music class KasoStudios are delighted to be launching KaSoTonic Gent.
KaSoTonic Gent classes have been designed uniquely for men to improve their cardiovascular system and strengthen muscles without having to follow complicated choreography.
Classes involve a mixture of easy and effective exercises with motivational music. You can take this class at your own pace and is a great way to work out in an unpressured and supportive environment.
This is neither a BootCamp nor a "Dance Aerobic Class"
During KaSoTonic Gent you will;
- Burn calories and help weight loss
- Expect a total body workout & toning
- Work at your own pace & capability
- Improve aerobic fitness
Says Gavin Williams: "We change our KaSoTonic Gent classes every 6-8 weeks so your body doesn't get bored, and neither do you."
Classes are at the Haddenham-cum-Dinton Baptist church hall, Tuesday evenings, 8pm.
Packed full of variety — KasoTonic — Have you had yours?
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