Fitness orientated Posts
“Don’t make me do it!”, but his cries are in vain. “I’ll be good from now on!” He begs as dusty trainers are laced-up by his eight year old son. “But it’s cold and I’ll miss ‘Saturday Kitchen!” The echoes of his pathetic plea could be heard by anyone who happened to be passing a
I use the park daily; meeting up with my friends, conker hunting and for circuit training. When I was in primary school, meeting with my friends happened almost every weekend. We preferred Moorside Park to Coronation Park and we would play football on the concrete 5 a-side pitch or on the grass. Conker hunting is
A thick yellow mist had descended and I was unable to make out much bar the ghostly white figures besides me, themselves clamouring to get out into the clear air once more. All of us disorientated and in one all too sudden moment, lost. I could hear my sister calling my name; I headed towards
I started attending the ‘Circuits in the Park’ in Moorside Park about eighteen months ago. I had heard about the sessions through Dan, (from Pioneer Fitness) that he was running sessions there each Saturday afternoon, no matter the weather. I ventured out to the park one Saturday afternoon, not quite knowing what to expect! Would
Radio Merseyside Tony Snell in the Morning (28.08.2014) Louise and others talk about the Community Fitness Sessions in the park. The fun and enjoyment people have had . . . . . also the health and medical benefits that can follow Community Fitness – click poster or this link for more pictures
Fitness sessions for children aged 9-14 £1 per session or £5 for 6 sessions
The Park now has a thriving fitness community Take a look at the Fitness section of The Blog In 2013 Sefton Council and NHS Sefton installed outdoor gym equipment across 37 sites within the borough (Moorside Park being one), the equipment was promoted as a “free community resource to encourage people to become more active”.