Sorry, it was all eat eat eat, then drink drink drink, now it is buy buy buy in the sales and get fit. The same old, same old. Anyway, just in case you need to know, and this looks like a really cheery way to get fit, Notting Hill local Gabija Juceviciute will be teaching Joyful Cardio Workout inspired by vintage vibes and street dances
Notting Hill will be one of the first places in the country to offer the SwingTrain fitness regime, developed by Scott Cupit, an award winning dance teacher who secured investment on BBC Dragons’ Den. Duncan Bannatyne wanted to try swing in health clubs and Piers Linney was looking for ‘the Zumba of Swing’. Now, SwingTrain is launching under the guidance of investor Deborah Meaden.
The SwingTrain total body workouts are inclusive and suitable for all levels of fitness and coordination. No dance or fitness class experience is required whatsoever. Qualified SwingTrain fitness instructors lead participants through a series of fun, follow-along moves inspired by the vintage street dances of Charleston, lindy hop, and shag. The full body cardio workouts exercise legs, arms and core, as well as developing coordination and mental agility through memorable routines. Each SwingTrain session lasts for an hour, including warm-up and warm-down time.
Every Sunday at 10.30 at The Tabernacle starting on 15th January. You can book a class here, they cost just £7 … swingtrain