PD Warrior class


#1

So hot today and nearly didn’t go to my Warrioer class. I pushed myself and I am so glad I did, it was very enjoyable although hard work.

They did have the air con on full blast though.


#2

We’ve been moving halls to try to find one that’s both cool enough and big enough. A couple of weeks ago we were a class of twenty-one people in a relatively small studio and the air-conditioning units definitely couldn’t keep up but last week we were in a lovely airy hall with plenty of space (and only 13 people turned up).


#3

My class is a pretty small one and yesterday only four of us. I must admit after not going for 3 weeks due to holidays etc I got up this morning aching all over. Yesterday I was fine.


#4

Hi Margs and singing gardener. Can i ask where your pd classes are? I attend one with 2 others but unfortunately our physio is leaving the country so we’ll need to find someone else.


#5

Hi all

Well I went out looking at different builds with my kids and yes it was. Not to hot, but as the news told us to stay out of the heat I had many funny looks from other people looking outwards from those buildings

Kind regards
Raz


#6

Hi all does anyone know where the PD classes are in. Birmingham?? I have found a few but I really didn’t fit in due to my age, and this I bet a lot on this forum and out find it hard to fit into such a weight aga group,

Regards Raz


#7

Hi Divine1, my class is in Billericay Essex. It’s a 20 minute drive away from me but well worth it.


#8

The class I go to is in Harlow, Essex. Also a 20 minute drive from where I live!


#9

Thx for the replies. Im hoping the physio will line us up with some one. Would like to see more groups rolling out UK wide!