Richmond Aquatic Centre are teaming up with Riverside Pool, to host a free Legends Move It class, and attempt to set a new CLM record for the biggest over 50’s exercise class. They will be challanging all the other CLM clubs to do the same. Richmond Aquatic Centre’s marketing coordinator, Crystal Gaiger, explains the event was created to promote active exercise for the older community, “the one-hour class is suitable for all abilities and ages over 50. There will be options for those who prefer to exercise sitting or standing. This event gives people a taste of what they can expect from each class held in Richmond or at Riverside.”
Leigh Dalzell, CLM fitness instructor, holds daily Legends classes at the Richmond centre and loves exercising with the members, “they are such an amazing group to work with. Our programme is all about balance, agility, vitality and laughing! It is so amazing to see the group grow from where it started and to see how far the members have come.”
CLM fitness instructor Damien Brimmer will be joining Leigh with instructing on the day and says he is looking forward to interacting with the public and promoting fitness among the 50 plus. The free event will be held on September 14, at the Stoke Community Hall, at 10am and will be followed by a morning tea at 11am. Crystal advises participants to bring a drink and to dress in light active-wear for the class.To participate you can call reception at either Richmond Aquatic Centre on 5439755, or Riverside Pool at 5463221, or you can email nelsonaquatics@clmnz.co.nz

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