David Lloyd launches Blaze Rebels programme as more families choose to exercise together
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David Lloyd launches Blaze Rebels programme as more families choose to exercise together

David Lloyd Clubs has added new family-focused programming to its offer
Blaze Rebels was launched earlier this year as a family HIIT class
Designed for those aged 8 and above, the workouts mix safe MMA, cardio and strength training
Participants spend three minutes in a zone before moving on to the next one, completing the entire circuit twice
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David Lloyd Clubs has launched a new family-focused programme in response to the trend of families exercising together.

A family HIIT class, Blaze Rebels combines mixed martial with cardio and strength training in a safe and child-friendly way.

Designed for those aged 8 and above, the workouts start with a warmup followed by two rotations through the workout zones and a cool down to finish up.

Participants spend three minutes in a zone before moving on to the next one, completing the entire circuit twice.

Families taking part can track their workout on interactive screens using MyZone technology, with the aim of keeping children engaged and striving towards giving their best in each session.

"Delivered by an expert Blaze trainer, our Blaze Rebels classes incorporate lighter dumbbells and bags to ensure kids feel challenged but are still able to complete the circuits," said David Lloyd Clubs.

"Our specially-selected playlists give plenty of motivation and at 35 minutes from start to finish, a Blaze Rebels class proves that you don’t need to dedicate hours of your day to working out to feel the full benefit.

"HIIT is known for being an effective way to work up a sweat — and quality time spent with the family is always a bonus.

"The ​​sessions are a great way to instil a love of exercise, bond over shared experiences and tackle new challenges together."

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