Are you interested in group exercise classes in a small gym with a friendly atmosphere? If so, then one of the unique exercise classes at Fusion Gym may be the answer!
Fusion Gym offers 10 unique classes each week, designed to challenge you in different ways. All classes are suitable for both men and women at any level of fitness. Classes are free for members or can be attended on a pay-as-you-go basis for £8 per session with no reservation necessary.
Classes are run by our dedicated team of personal trainers and we offer a variety of classes from bootcamps to crossfit inspired classes. A full time table of classes can be viewed here. If you are interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07855744607 and ask for Ben and I will arrange a FREE class for you and your friends.
Broccoli is probably my favourite vegetable, it tastes great and contains a whole host of health benefits. As well as being high in fibre and helping to prevent arthritis, this versatile vegetable helps protect the heart cells from damage. If this is not enough to convince you, take a looks at some of the other benefits below.
Helps fight toxins present in air pollution we are exposed to on a daily basis, bit like your own environmental protective suit, but without the downside of causing wide spread panic if worn in public.
Leads to improved fertility and makes you last longer, enough said really.
Helps minimise delayed onset muscle soreness with a dose of Vitamin C. Meaning you won’t be walking with a limp days after exercise.
Help kick cancer’s arse
Helps to reduce the risk of prostate cancer.
The magnesium present in broccoli helps preserve memory, so it should boosting performance at work and stop you forgetting important dates. More day-to-day occurrences can also benefit, such as remembering where you left the car keys or the kids… 🙂
Oh and they look like trees in the distance…
Managed to convince my kids to eat broccoli by telling them this, the downside is they now play with their food making very artistic ‘landscapes’ on the dining table.