LOCAL leisure provider LiveWire has launched a new membership platform to help customers stay active at home.
LiveWire@Home, costing just £5.99 a month, has been launched by the not-for-profit Community Interest Company that manages leisure services on behalf of Warrington Borough Council, during the current lockdown, to help customers who have had to take a break from the gym work out at home.
It is also ideal for those who don’t yet feel comfortable returning to the gym, or who are unable to due to health reasons.
LiveWire@Home features a range of classes from regular LiveWire instructors, which can be enjoyed live or on-demand. Classes include Zumba, Yoga, Pilates, Indoor Cycle, Legs Bums and Tums, HIIT as well as Les Mills options including BodyPump and GRIT. Lifestyles low impact classes also feature.
Kev Forester, LiveWire’s Commercial Director, said: “We have been overwhelmed with messages of support from our members, explaining how much they miss their exercise regimes (and our staff) when their local leisure centre is not available.
“We’re therefore pleased to be able to offer this platform as a way of helping our members to stay fit and active, and to also help with the positive association of seeing the familiar faces of our friendly and motivating team at a time and place that suits them”
Warrington Borough Council’s Cabinet Member for leisure and community, Cllr Tony Higgins, said: “The LiveWire@Home initiative is a fantastic way to stay connected to leisure services during lockdown. It gives everybody the opportunity to stay fit and active while our leisure centres remain closed.
“By signing up for a membership, you can take positive steps towards improving your physical and mental wellbeing from home, while providing vital support for our leisure services during these challenging times.”
For more information or to sign up visit https://livewirewarrington.co.uk/livewireathome/