The Low Intensity classes feature workouts that are less intensive, which may be suitable for those returning from injury, older adults, as well as our health class participants or more sedentary members of the community.
> View our Low Intensity playlist on YouTube
Most of our Fitness Classes will fit in the Moderate Intensity category, workouts within this session will raise your heart rate up to about 50 to 60 percent higher than it would be when you are resting. Classes like Step, RPM and Zumba.
> View our Moderate Intensity playlist on YouTube
Group Fitness classes within our High Intensity category are guaranteed to make you sweat and get your heart pumping. Some of the workouts would include sessions such as HIIT, Tabata, Interval Training.
> View our High Intensity playlist on YouTube
This is your fitness class timetable and we would like your input to help grow, please let us know the classes and times you would like and where possible we will implement your suggestions. If you have any other feedback please get in touch with our Fitness Class Co-ordinator – email firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here to see all classes throughout Fife. Please note this timetable is subject to change. (Last updated 09/11/23)
|Class / Intensity||Times||Instructor|
Yoga Circuit Stretch
|6.15pm - 7.00pm||Paula Wardrop|
||7.15pm - 8.00pm||Merina Devereux|
|Class / Intensity||Times||Instructor|
|Aqua Deep / Shallow
||11.00am - 12.15pm||Vicky Dunbar|
|9.00am - 9.45am||Paula Wardrop|
During these times we understand customers have concerns, we have taken the opportunity to clarify some common questions. If you have any further please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Will I have to pre-book a fitness class?
Yes. Due to social distancing, we will have to limit the number of people on site. In order to do this, we will be asking you to pre-book your visit in advance.
We regret it will not be possible during the first phase of reopening to attend without pre-booking and we thank you in advance for your co-operation with this important health and safety measure.
Click here If you have not registered for online booking
Why is there a 15-minute gap between group fitness classes?
We take the health and safety of our customers seriously. The time gap between classes allows our staff to thoroughly clean the area to ensure you enjoy a safe experience within our centres.
Can I bring a sweat towel with me?
Members should not bring their own towels with them to the gym. Cleaning spray and blue paper roll will be provided.
Why are the group fitness classes being held in the sports hall and not the group fitness studio?
We want to ensure the safety of our group fitness customers. To allow us to adhere to the 2-metre social distancing rule, we have used our sports hall to give customers a large, safe space within
which to enjoy their class.
Why are some classes I used to attend, not on the timetable?
We hope you will enjoy the variety of sessions our instructors will deliver for you. To ensure the safety of our customers and to adhere strictly to social distancing restrictions, some sessions cannot be delivered at present. We look forward to being able to extend our group fitness programme when restrictions allow.
How will you ensure that the centre is a safe environment for me to enjoy my group fitness class?
The health and safety of our customers are of the utmost importance to us. Following industry guidelines, enhanced cleaning measures have been put in place, and specific exercise work stations have been defined within sports halls, to ensure you can exercise safely following 2-metre social distancing.
Why are all classes a maximum of 45-minutes?
To ensure the enjoyment and safety of all our group fitness participants, all sessions will be a maximum of 45-minutes to allow us to clean workstations between classes.
Will mats still be provided for classes?
Sorry, no. For hygiene reasons, mats will not be available for people to use in group exercise classes. Customers who wish to use a mat should bring their own from home.
Do I need to wear a face mask?
Customers entering our facilities should wear face coverings before and after their activity or within non-activity areas of the facility (e.g. reception, changing rooms and walking through the facility).
Our centres will have a small supply of mats that can be purchased at reception.
We hope to see you again when you feel it is safe to do so.