Whether it’s a high intensity workout or a more peaceful wellness session, the Be Active Be Alive spring program has free fitness activities for everyone.
Bundaberg Regional Council has launched the latest Be Active Be Alive program for the new season, with classes commencing on Monday 18 October and running for eight weeks.
With a variety of classes from H20 to boxfit, there is something for everyone across a range of times and venues throughout the region.
Council’s Sport and Recreation portfolio spokesperson Cr Vince Habermann said Council’s Be Active Be Alive initiative encouraged the community to get involved in physical activity and keep fit and healthy.
“The Be Active Be Alive program was initiated by Bundaberg Regional Council back in 2012 and consists of a number of free programs that are run throughout the year to encourage the community to keep active and healthy,” Cr Habermann said.
“There are many activities on this spring including yoga, boxfit, tai chi and pilates which are on offer at local parks, as well as H20 sessions at the four major pools throughout the region with sessions running at a range of times.
“Be Active, Be Alive is a fun and free program that people of all ages and fitness levels can take part in.”
A range of local providers have come on board to host the free fitness sessions during the eight week program, including Raw Awakening’s Tataina Quinn who will be facilitating the boxfit classes.
“Raw Awakening is all about helping the community, so we are excited to get out there and help by offering boxfit as part of the Be Active Be Alive program to encourage keeping fit and healthy,” Tataina said.
“Boxfit is something that everyone can get involved in, it doesn’t matter what age or fitness level.
“It is a great all over body workout, it doesn’t matter if you are new to fitness as you work at your own pace.
“It is a great cardio as well as muscular exercise.”
The program will run until Saturday 11 December.
You can find free fitness activities in the full spring program here.
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