Romsey Rapids Sports Complex members and staff raised £212.30 for Les Mills workout for water event in early September.
Both events were in aid of a great cause set up by Les Mills. Les Mills are a fitness company who provide a range of classes suitable for all ages and fitness abilities. The event ‘workout for water’ saw Les Mills and UNICEF in a partnership built on the common goal of creating a world where every child survives and thrives with the provision of clean water to those who don’t have access to it.
Places Leisure’s Test Valley contract manager Danny Churcher said: “We were really pleased to be able to support such a worthy cause and combine this with a fun event that incorporated a range of physical activity sessions.
The members really engaged and everyone that took part seemed to really enjoy themselves. I was also happy to see the staff get involved and help raise money for an important charity, which support children all over the world.”
Members took part in a gruelling two hour studio class on Saturday 7 September featuring a mixture of Les Mills exercise programmes. Members battled through a class which featured 20 minute snippets of the following:
- Grit Cardio
On Wednesday 4 September staff members from the complex took part in an hour’s rapids and flume loop to raise money for the event. The complex has a 30 metre rapid channel, a medium speed 205ft long flume with 46 steps leading up to it. Six staff managed to complete the loop a whopping 102 times, meaning the flume was rode nearly twice per minute!
Romsey Rapids Sports Complex encourages events for great causes at every opportunity. If you have an upcoming event feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org