Boxercise is just one of the many classes we run at Kelsey Kerridge. For those who are new to the idea, boxercise is effectively, boxing without the pain of being punched.
It is based on the training concepts used by boxers to keep fit – and let’s face it, the toned abs, wiry torso and rock hard biceps are the envy of any fitness fanatic – and can be used by anyone of any fitness level. Continue reading →
At Kelsey Kerridge we pride ourselves on the wide range of classes we offer our visitors. Whether you are after a high octane cardio session or a mind clearing, body stretching yoga class, we have it covered.
But, we are also very aware that joining an activity that you have never done before can be daunting, which is why we thought we would tell you a little bit about what you can expect from some of our lesser-known activities. Continue reading →
Turn the idea of Lent on its head and actually ‘taking something up’ for the next six weeks. By all means give up chocolate, snacks or alcohol through this period of Lent but replace it with something that will give you a n Continue reading →
In The Times on 18 February, fitness guru Matt Roberts sent shock waves through the fitness world as he announced that doing too much exercise and working too hard in the gym might be putting the health of 40 and 50 years olds at risk. Continue reading →
It is Valentine’s Day in the UK and across much of the western world, while in India and other Asian countries, February has been designated “Healthy Heart’ month, so we thought we would share some tips on how to keep your heart healthy. Continue reading →
Hockey has seen an upsurge in the number of people – children and adults – taking up the sport and, as a recent visit to Cambridge by Great Britain’s Helen Richardson-Walsh and team captain Kate Richardson Walsh proved, interest in hockey in Cambridge is at an all-time high. Continue reading →
The best answer to January blues is to blast them away with some serotonin-releasing, blood-pumping, heart-rate-raising exercise. This lunchtime workout is designed to be short, sharp and invigorating, although it can easily be adapted to suit longer time slots. Continue reading →
As the year draws to a close, we take a peak into our crystal balls to see what fitness trends 2017 is likely to bring.
As far as we can see, it is all about free movement. Yes, there is still a place for structured gym workouts and heavy weights sessions, but we are becoming more aware of the need just to get moving – in a natural way. Continue reading →
Training has to have a purpose. This is why the Kelsey Kerridge gym challenge is such a great innovation. It gives people a chance to experience competition and gives a purpose to training and improving. Continue reading →
“Come on, just 10 more, really breath it out!” Anyone familiar with the gym at Kelsey Kerridge will know its manager, Mustafa Ustamehmetoglu and his ability to get just one more ounce of energy from even the most shattered of human bodies. Continue reading →