Five Reasons to Take a Group Fitness Class

With a passion for healthy living, Shemane Nugent created the book 4 Minutes a Day, Rock ‘n Roll Your Way to HAPPY to teach people how to transform their lives with simple lifestyle changes. She also reaches people through her website http://www.shemanenugent.com, where she shares inspirational messages about fitness. Away from work, Shemane Nugent focuses staying active by teaching group fitness classes.

From aerobics to Zumba, group exercise comes in various forms, but all have the same motivation, to help people achieve their fitness goals. These classes are led by a qualified instructor, who ensures each participant carries out exercises accurately and safely. The following are a few of the benefits of taking part in a group fitness class.

1. Individuals who participate in group exercise build relationships with instructors and other members, which holds them more accountable for working toward their goal.

2. The likelihood of boredom subsides because group classes are organized to keep participants interested and motivated. A variety of music or variations in workout routines are incorporated for this purpose.

3. Group fitness classes integrate all the necessities for a structured workout, including warming up and cooling down. Both of these stages are typically overlooked by people inexperienced with working out.

4. Classes are designed to reach maximum levels of activity, therefore effectively boosting cardiorespiratory and muscular fitness.

5. Many classes last an hour and are scheduled regularly, so participants can build the workout easily into their schedules without skipping or missing sessions.

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