Sign up for aerobathon and help raise hundreds of pounds

09:06 28 March 2014

Fitness Instructor Lesley Wright, is holding a marathon body max for charity, at Paradise Centre, Ely.

Fitness Instructor Lesley Wright, is holding a marathon body max for charity, at Paradise Centre, Ely.

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Fitness instructors Lesley Wright and Lisa Barker are joining forces to step, jump and kick their way to hundreds of pounds for Alzheimer’s Research.

The duo work at the Paradise Centre, in Newnham Street, and will be leading a joint aerobics and interval training session at the gym on April 6 to raise money for the charity.

Starting at 11.15am, the duo will put volunteers through their paces with a 90-minute high-energy fitness routine in the main hall, and they are hoping to sign up as many participants as possible.

Lisa said: “There will be a £5 charge for the workout, which will include aerobics and BodyMax in an interval training format. The class will be fun, challenging and suitable for all fitness abilities, with all the money raised going to Alzheimer’s Research.”

Later in the month, Lesley will be running the London Marathon to add to the funds raised by the event.

To register your interest, visit the Paradise Centre or call 01353 667580.

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