If you are new to exercising or don't like the idea of going to the gym, group exercise may be a good option. You not only get support from the instructor but also other class members who can help you along your journey.
Many of the group exercise in Sutherland participants have gone through similar struggles with weight and fitness. They are always open to sharing their experiences and advice on how they got there. This allows you to access a vast amount of information that will help you reach your goals.
Most people are going to group exercise classes with their friends and work colleagues. You must show up. You will be asked questions the next day by the people who did not turn up. The instructor will also notice your absence and ask you "were you there" at your return. Or you will face the consequences.
You are more likely to keep to your workout routine. Research into group exercise shows that 80 to 85% of people who exercise in a group setting are more likely to follow their program and reach their goals.
Group exercise allows for social interaction. This is a great way to meet new people and an instructor who can allow class members to socialize while they work out. After meeting in class for the first time, many group exercise participants meet in other social settings.
It's enjoyable – motivational music, a fun instructor, and sweating with other people are all part of it! You can always switch to another class if you don't find it fun. Finding the perfect class is not easy. But once you do, you will love it and be able to achieve your goals.