Class Spotlight | Fierce Fit Squad

By: Steffie Handley


Want to be a part of your very own clique? Not the ‘Mean Girls’ type, the Fierce Fit type!UntitledWhat is a group fitness class?

A group fitness class is a shared exercise session where you can achieve your fitness goals collectively. You are able to gain similar benefits as a 1:1 training session with the added bonus of other friendly faces!

How does working as a group help?

One added bonus of working out as a group compared to one your own is that you can work alongside other ladies and achieve your goals together!

The benefits of group classes:

  • Improve your fitness – work as a group to achieve your personal fitness goals
  • Fun workout – working alongside others can really help to motivate and keep the spirits high when the exercises get tough
  • Social – a class situation allows an opportunity to make friends and share your fitness journey, hints and tips
  • Accountability partners – being partnered with someone of similar ability you can really win and lose as a team



How can we help? Fierce Fit Squad

Fierce Fit Squad is our group workout that gets you partnered up with someone of similar ability and smash those goals together!

Fierce Fit Squad is ideal for people who need that extra bit of motivation to achieve their fitness goals. This class allows you to exceed your goals with the added bonus of friendships, accountability partners, laughs and most importantly, the shared “don’t give up” attitudes.

Our Fierce Fit Squad class promotes partner working with exercises including, boxing, battling ropes, kettlebells and much more!

To be a part of our Fierce Fit Squad come and join us on a Friday 7-8pm.

Steffie Handley

Steffie Handley

I graduated from University of central Lancashire with a social worker based degree, (Care, Community and Citizenship). I knew I wanted to help people but was unsure of which path to take, I found myself lost, I finished university and still not a clue what to do. During my time at university I no longer found time for physical activity, my love for food grew and my weight slowly crept up. I knew something had to change as I felt friends were moving on around me and I was stationary. This was the kickstart I needed to go on my fitness journey which has seen me shed over eight stone in weight, complete my first marathon in Geneva raising money for UNICEF, qualify as an Advanced Personal Trainer and Nutritional Advisor.

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