Peekaboo press ups with newborns at first mum and baby fitness class – Knutsford Guardian

A NEW parent and baby fitness class has launched in Mid Cheshire getting a huge thumbs up from all ages.
Leading Military Fitness hosted its inaugural class with a twist for new mums, where instead of using kettle bells to tone their bodies they used their newborns instead.
There were peekaboo press ups and baby shoulder pulses in the innovative new take on fitness classes.
Knutsford Guardian: Newborns and toddlers can join in the workout sessionsNewborns and toddlers can join in the workout sessions (Image: supplied)
 
Dave Marshall, owner and operator of Leading Military Fitness, said: “I’ve had lots of new mums enquire about joining the boot camp but don’t have child care in the day so can’t come to my classes.
“All I have done is create a class for them to start training again.
“At the same time they are excellent role models to their children and they get some baby bonding too.
“It’s already a huge success!”
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Leading Military Fitness has classes in Lostock Gralam, Northwich and Knutsford as well as Stockport and Kelsall on different days of the week and there are plans to hold sessions in other areas too.
For more information visit leadingmilitaryfitness.co.uk
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