New group exercise timetables launched at leisure centres

New group exercise timetables have been launched at leisure centres across County Durham.

There are over 250 weekly group exercise classes on offer, and with a recent £76,000 investment in cycle energy bikes at Teesdale, Woodhouse Close, Meadowfield and Abbey leisure centres, there has been no better time to get fit, stay active and feel great.

Durham County Council leisure centres offer classes for all ages and abilities. Gentle exercise options are available for beginners; or those looking for a more intense workout might want to try MetaPWR, a power circuit class that uses weights and other fitness equipment to work the muscles and boost the metabolism for a full body workout.

East Durham resident Kaye Stephenson said: “It offers a variety of routines that are designed to test agility, strength and conditioning. I feel that I am able to push myself and get the same results without spending countless hours exercising. I think I am on the way to finally getting that summer body I’ve been longing for.”

Visit to download your local timetable.

For more information about group exercise, swimming or gym activities, contact your local leisure centre or visit


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