The next 10 week block of Pilates and Barre Fusion at Studio Zuid starts today! If you’re not familiar with Barre Fusion, you can read all about a class I tried out last year. The BarreFusion classes are all taught in English and are on Thursdays at 19.00.
The Pilates classes, on the other hand, are taught in Dutch. Don’t speak it? Don’t let that put you off. It’s a pretty international studio so I’m sure you could ask questions in English if need be. The Mat Beginning classes run on Thursdays at 20.00.
The cost of both courses in €130 for 10 weeks.
Take a look at the Studio Zuid website (in Dutch and English) for further information and contact / registration details.
I also recommend watching this video which explains more about the Pilates method that is taught at Studio Zuid.
I’ve heard people say that triathlons are only for proper athletes and the super fit. But why? Perhaps it’s because of the distance, or that you have to complete three different events in one? There are actually quite a few options with triathlons, and they are completely doable for first timers, as well as the more experienced among us.
Now I know this blog is all about sport and exercise in Eindhoven, but today I’m taking a detour to Wijchen, near Nijmegen. The reason? The Strong Viking Obstacle Run that two friends and I completed on Saturday.
Kids get sick = I get sick = no chance of real exercise = little motivation.
It’s not the ideal formula, but it’s been mine over the past couple of weeks. And let’s not mention timing. It’s never the right time to get a chest infection, but even more so when my first Strong Viking Obstacle Run (the mud edition, no less) is fast approaching. And by fast approaching I mean it’s this Saturday. So I’ve been looking at my training schedule and wishing I hadn’t got sick, or had more time. But I did, and I don’t! I’m not a giving up kind of person though, and this is definitely not a giving up kind of post!