Zumba, a Latin dance based, high calorie burning class is ideal for all over body toning and an exhilarating way of keeping fit. Having proven extremely popular already, Ellie Pond, the Nucleus Gym Manager has included three classes per week in the new timetable.
For those less inclined to dance their way to fitness, Boot Camp is an excellent alternative. The six-week programme consists of twice weekly sessions which take place outside in the Park grounds. Members are put through their paces, by both Ellie and her colleague Matt Snelling, using a combination of cardio and body weight exercises to get maximum benefit from the 40 minute sessions.
The Nucleus health and fitness centre (http://thenucleus.uk.com) is an extremely popular part of life at Chesterford Research Park with a thriving membership made up of both Park tenants and members of the local community. January has seen a sixth fold increase in the number of new joiners compared to previous months, taking total membership to 369.
Katherine Maguire, Park Manager commented of the new timetable: “Both Ellie and Matt are extremely enthusiastic and their motivation certainly seems to inspire our members to make the most of their time in the gym. The new classes are certainly proving very popular and it’s great to see some new faces taking advantage of the facilities.”
Situated at the heart of Chesterford Research Park, (http://www.chesterfordresearchpark.com) The Nucleus health and fitness centre provides members with realistic opportunities to enhance and support a healthy lifestyle and the Nucleus fitness team are passionate about enabling people to live happy, healthy and productive lives. Open to both tenants and non-tenants alike the gym not only provides a varied programme of classes but is also equipped with the latest cardiovascular and resistance machines, an extensive free weights area and dedicated stretch area.
For further information regarding gym membership please call Ellie (01799) 532256.
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Chesterford Research Park is being developed as a 250 acre low density scheme to provide high quality accommodation in an attractive environment for science and technology based companies of all sizes. To date, more than 240,000 sq ft of laboratory and R&D space has been let and occupied. Further phases of construction will extend the development to approximately 600,000 sq ft (56,500 sq m). The Park is being developed as a joint venture between Aviva Investors and The Churchmanor Estates Company Plc. http://www.chesterfordresearchpark.com and http://www.thenucleus.uk.com