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How does the Get Active £10 challenge work?

Five simple steps to encourage you to become more active and enjoy an active lifestyle

Step 1 Contact the Activities Co-ordinator on the number provided or email the Wellbeing Hub on info.wellbeing@adur-worthing.gov.uk to register your interest for the challenge. You can then arrange to meet the Activities Co-ordinator to set goals and choose an activity course that best suits your needs 
Step 2  When you have chosen the course, you will be asked for a £10 deposit. The deposit can be paid on the first day of the course or at your meeting with the Get Active Co-ordinator
Step 3 Have fun getting more active on your chosen course
Step 4 At the end of the course the £10 deposit will be returned to help support you to keep active. The £10 will be returned if you attend 6 out of 8 sessions
Step 5 The Wellbeing Team will contact you at 3 months to see how you're getting on since the course and to support you to keep active, so that you can enjoy a healthier, happier lifestyle

Moving On Up course

Fun, social and gentle exercise classes to encourage and support people over 50 to get more active.

 

Couch to 5K

A step by step progression from walking to running over an eight week period. Coached sessions will help build up your fitness levels and give opportunity to enter a 5K.

 

3 Step Gym course

This fun and fresh course combines a personalised three step gym programme with a personal trainer and eight gym sessions.

 

Multi Activity course

Take part in different activities over an eight week period. Aqua aerobics, spinning and yoga are just some of the activities to support you in finding a class that is right for you.

 

NEW for 2020: Men - Get Active course

A combination of Pilates, boxing and aerobics specifically for men. Designed to give a full-body workout, improve balance, core strength and stamina. Each session finishes with a 10 minute guided meditation. 

 

Sign up to the £10 challenge today! You can do this online by visiting the the Facebook page, call 01273 263064 or email the Wellbeing Team. 

 

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