Argh! I now have absolutely no excuse at all not to exercise. And I blame the Fraser Coast Regional Council.
Since moving back into the area I’ve scoped out gyms but procrastinated about joining any. It’s easy to find excuses: the sessions don’t suit; it’s too expensive; I don’t have time.
But the Fraser Coast Regional Council’s latest initiative has put an end to my most-definitely-believeable array of
excuses legitimate reasons.
From 18 March 2013, Council is launching its 8 week community exercise program across Maryborough and Hervey Bay. And… there’s something for everyone: from Boxercise, Circuit Training and Pilates in Maryborough to Aqua Aerobics, Bootcamp, Slacklining* and Stretch, Strengthen and Sculpt classes in Hervey Bay.
Specific classes target Mums and Bubs while others are aimed at Seniors.
All classes are absolutely free and all you need to do is turn up on the day with: closed-in shoes, water, towel and a hat, along with stacks of enthusiasm. (You might want to get in early though as classes are limited to 25 participants.)
A full timetable is available on the Council’s website along with terms and conditions and additional detail.
* You don’t know what this is? Nah, me either! I did google it though!
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I can’t open the page so don’t know where or when to attend your classes. Please let me know.
Hi there Deborah, I’m so sorry but that page on Council’s site doesn’t seem to be active so perhaps they no longer have the classes. (The post was written in 2013.)
Here’s a link to Council’s recreation page so you might find more there.