Goodlife ambassador Emily Skye introduces new Ignite exercise program
Goodlife Health Clubs ambassador Emily Skye has launched her brand new Ignite class within 18 of the Fitness and Lifestyle Group clubs.
While millions follow the fitness influencer’s online workouts, the 30-minute class gives Goodlife members the chance to challenge themselves while under the guidance of a trainer.
The class incorporates weights with high intensity circuits, with participants able to burn approximately 300 calories.
Introducing the program, Skye stated “I’m all about effective and efficient workouts. I don’t have much time being a mum now and I know a lot of other people don’t have much time either. It’s all about getting in there going hard and going home.
“I’ve personally trained all of the trainers who take the classes and have taken them through my methods.
“Having a trainer there to take everyone through the class is so helpful, especially if you are a beginner. I think it is something that is missing online, because I am not there in the flesh.”
Advising that the Ignite workout is great for beginners, right through to more advanced gym-goers, Skye added “circuits are the best way to get lean, lose fat and be strong.
“I still do these sorts of workouts and they are still very challenging.”
“The class is done in a way that beginners can do it, and we can adjust exercises to suit them, right through to advance.”
Image: Emily Skye at Goodlife. Courtesy Spin & Co.
21st December 2018 - Goodlife opens 24/7 club in Toowoomba
27th October 2017 - Fitness and Lifestyle Group acquires Go Health Clubs
15th May 2017 - Goodlife links with brand influencers to boost awareness
18th December 2016 - Les Mills offers insight into running successful virtual fitness programs
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