Penrith Council launched Live Life Get Active’s free fitness program at Tench Reserve on the Nepean River last month.
The fitness classes will run at Tench Reserve (opposite the Coffee Club) at 9.30am Monday to Friday during school term. Classes are run by qualified professional trainers. For residents aged 18 and over. Register/book: livelifegetactive.com.
Supported by Penrith Council and the funding partner Bank of Queensland Penrith, the new program kicked off with an official launch, attended by Live Life Get Active chief officer Amanda King, representatives of the funding partner, Bank of Queensland Penrith, Penrith Council and residents.
After the official proceedings 15 people took part in the first class – active boxing.
Live Life Get Active is a social initiative that provides free fitness classes to help people be more active in an environment that is fun and motivating. They also offer free health, fitness and nutritional education online.
Live Life Get Active have 95 ‘Active Camps’ around Australia with 31,000 members.