25
September

Free Fitness Sessions on Southsea Common

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People in Portsmouth can now take advantage of free fitness sessions organised by British Military Fitness (BMF).

Anyone who wants to get fit and in shape can attend. There will be several trainers at Southsea Common where folks can enjoy interactive drills and other cool fitness related things.

One reason for the BMF providing the free exercise sessions is that they know how many folks are often having problems starting with exercise routines. The sessions aim to encourage more people to get started becoming fit and healthy.

Harry Sowerby, their director at BMF said to the press the Minister able to bring people together to have fun while I can get fit and improve their lifestyle.

‘We really want to motivate those shy of exercise to come down to the Common and give it a go.’ he said to the reporters.

While the BMF may convey a tough image you do need to be afraid attending their training classes. They will use a softer approach suitable for everyone. Mr Sowerby says that he knows how intimidating it can feel for some when they want to return to exercising. “We wanted to create a weekend where everyone was in the same boat could restart a exercise machine together as a group”, he said.

If you happen to live in East London and want to do something for your fitness you should check out London Fields. London Fields offers may interesting fitness courses including yoga, pilates Hackney and weight loss.

 

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25
September

Some of The Best Italian Golf Courses

I had some friends asking me for tips about where to go in Italy for a good game of golf.  The Telegraph has a helpful article over at http://www.telegraph.co.uk/luxury/travel/1314/italys-best-golf-courses-by-costantino-rocca.html

Golf Breaks ItalyTheir very helpful post by Italian golfing star Constantino Rocca covers a number of the best golf courses in Italy, among them Alberono and Bergamo, two personal favorites of mine!

The article also mentions the green fees so you know about those in advance although they’re generally very moderate in Italy.

For me, Italy beats most European destinations when it comes to golf holidays. The climate there is always just “perfect” and the courses are amongst the most beautiful I have ever seen in the midst of the fantastic Mediterranean landscape.

Personally I like going to Northern Italy because then we can also combine my golf break with exciting day trips to Verona, Milan and Venice. It’s simply a perfect holiday all around. Here is more info on golfing abroad that you should check out if you love golf as much as I do.

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