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Get fighting fit with Council-led kick-boxing classes

Hit the peak of fitness thanks to a brand new kick-boxing class that will be launched at Cotswold Leisure Cirencester later this month.

A six-week course in recreational kick-boxing is launched at the centre from Monday October 13th, where participants will learn how to kick, jab, hook and defend themselves. 

It is aimed at anyone aged 12 and over, male or female, and is available to both members and non-members of the leisure centre.  If the classes are successful, there are plans to launch it for primary-age children before the end of the year.

The course is being run by fully qualified Council leisure staff and requires no entry level of fitness, as instructors will work with people at their own pace.  And if participants enjoy the course and decide to take kick-boxing further, they will get their first grading in kick boxing for free

Cotswold District Council’s Leisure Services Facilities Manager Alan Reid said:  “It’s initially a recreational course but if people come along, find that they like it and want to take it seriously, we are more than happy for them to do so.”

The course costs £26.70 (non-members), or £22.80 (CLC members) for the six-week course.  Lessons start at 5pm and last until 6pm.

Anyone interested should contact Alan Reid on 01285 623454 or by email alan.reid@cotswold.gov.uk

Source: Cotswold District Council

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