Get active and connect with others
Are you interested to try new engaging activities and physical activity classes, whilst also being part of a social community?
Move it or Lose it have started an online club to increase quality of life through improving your physical, mental and social life.
What’s included in the online club?
- Exercise – The Move it or Lose it Club has a wide range of exercise routines, both seated and standing, to help with fitness, strength, balance, flexibility and coordination.
- Other activities – There is also a weekly itinerary of activities such as book club, quizzes, cookery demos, healthy eating tips, art class, mindfulness and talks from their resident pharmacist and experts in healthy ageing.
- Social – It is also a great way of socialising with other club members, you can just use the sections of the Club you find most valuable.
Free for one month!
Use this code for a month free: XMASCLUB
Move it or Lose it want to give away as many one month memberships as possible over Christmas to help tackle isolation and loneliness.
You will also receive a free resistance band to help improve your strength at home!
Once you have your user name and password you will then have access to the Club for one month and can cancel your subscription at any time.
You will be asked to enter your card details but will not be charged, just ensure you click ’submit’ after you’ve entered the code.
After the one month
There is no commitment and you can cancel at any time simply by cancelling you subscription or contacting [email protected] to cancel for you.
After this one free month you will be charged £4.99 if you don’t cancel your membership.
“Although on my own, I feel I am part of a class because of being able to share with others of similar interest. It’s a social without going anywhere. Love it all.”
“The Social Club allows me to interact online with people on other parts of the country, while the Live Club provides a series of interesting and stimulating talks. I can thoroughly recommend it.”
“It’s easy to just sit and do nothing so the club has been a bit of a lifeline for me. There’s something to look forward to every day and get involved in and I’ve actually been exercising more.”