MICHELLES MASH UP
SO WHAT ARE THE XPRESS CLASSES AND WHAT WILL THEY DO FOR ME?
Michelles Mash Up is a circuit style class designed to challenge your own fitness levels and achieve personal goals. This class is for ALL fitness levels. You are encouraged to work at your own pace and speed no matter what that might be. A variety of exercises will be given to target the whole body involving muscular strength and endurance and the cardiovascular system.
WHAT DO I NEED TO BRING?
Please wear loose fitting, comfortable clothing which you can move around in easily. Please wear trainers too.
It's also a good idea to bring a drink and towel.
WHEN AND WHERE ARE THE CLASSES?
Marske Leisure Centre Saturday morning 9.30-10.15
HOW MUCH ARE THE CLASSES?
Class are £4.00 please see our offers and discounts on multiple classes.
HOW OFTEN SHOULD I ATTEND?
We would recommend attending Michelles Mash Up class alongside two other strength and conditioning workouts such as Pilates, Zumba Toning, Bums and Tums or Body Pump , plus some cardio work (e.g. Running, Cycling, Swimming, etc or any of the following classes: Body Combat, Body Attack, Zumba, etc). Flexibility work would also be a great compliment to your programme, which Pilates is great for.
WHEN WILL I NOTICE RESULTS?
Once you’ve started Michelles Mash Up Class you should see improvements within about six weeks. As you progress you should also experience fat loss and improved muscle tone, especially when combined with a calorie controlled diet.
HOW DO I DO THE CLASS SAFELY?
Your fully qualified instructor is there to make sure you do everything correctly, but try to remember:
• Good posture is the foundation of all exercise.
• Focus on learning the right technique at the beginning.
• Work continuously at perfecting your technique.
• Perform the movements with control – smooth actions, not jerky.
• Always keep your joints slightly bent, don’t lock out your arms or legs.
• Listen to your body, it will tell you if something is not right.
• Michelles Mash Up class should feel challenging, but at any time you need to take a rest, that’s fine!
Michelles Mash Up class is for everyone. So don’t be shy, come along and join the party! Some muscle pain is natural at first, especially if it’s the same on both sides of your body. This is muscle soreness. Muscle soreness is typical when starting out on a training programme and normally occurs 24 to 48 hours after exercise. If you have pain down only one side or in the joints, check with the instructor. If the pain continues, see your doctor.