Friday, 27 January 2017

Complete new way for family fitness

If you have decided to pursue a healthier approach to the new year, Smethwick based Community Interest Company Complete Kidz is here to help! They are kicking off the new year with a range of enjoyable, friendly, affordable classes for the entire family.

Booty Camp Ladies Fitness Classes are a low-cost way for ladies in the Black Country to get in shape. Classes include a food discussion, help to change the way you feel about food and a different type of low-impact exercise every week. Moms are welcome to bring along their little ones too!

Furthermore, Complete Kidz also runs regular Clubbercise and Boogie Bounce classes in Sandwell which are funky ways to exercise and suitable for all ages and fitness levels. Physical activity reduces your risk of major illness, boosts self-esteem and mood and gives you extra energy.

Finally, encourage your children to be involved in healthy activities with Complete Kidz classes, including Boogie Bounce, Cheerleading, Gymnastics/Acro To Music and Street Dance. Physical fitness builds confidence, helps children to have a brighter outlook on life - and they sleep easier!

Complete Kidz has been providing innovative health and fitness activities in Smethwick for more than five years. The organisation recently held a party to celebrate this and used the event to raise funds towards the annual Complete Kidz Children’s Christmas Party. Guests were joined at the celebration by Councillor Susan Downing (Oldbury), the Deputy Mayor of Sandwell Council.

As a leading Community Interest Company based in Smethwick, Complete Kidz delivers a wide range of affordable physical activity, sports coaching and educational services to improve the health and well-being of all age groups. Their goal is to raise the understanding of healthy eating and exercise amongst children and their parents, as well as offering economical high quality childcare.
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For further information on this editorial contact Jo Haydon,, 0121 552 2006