Spalding’s Health and Fitness Show was a huge success on Saturday with more than 300 visitors.
The show, organised by Give It Some Fizz Fitness, Sports and Education, was put together to showcase ways of helping local people get fit and active and feel good.
People had the chance to speak to health, fitness and well-being experts – with everything from rambling to zumba on offer, and even try out local fitness classes.
The show, held at the South Holland Centre, kicked off with an energetic step class by Tracey Vowels of the Fitness Company, followed by her Nifty Fifties class.
Janet Gill brought some sparkle to Spalding with a Fit Steps demo. There were high energy aerobics and a High Intensity Interval Training class by Lorraine Elston for the Castle Sports Complex.
Lorraine also did a demo for Vitality for the Over 60s and the participants showed.
e had lots of amazing feedback from the show and hope to organise another show next year
Claire Thomas, from Padma Yoga Studio in Spalding and her clients demonstrated yoga and instructor Helen Lea put on some lively zumba sessions.
Plenty of people had a go on the smoothie bike brought to the show by South Holland District Council – including MP John Hayes.
Poet and writer Benjamin Zephaniah had heard about the show and popped along.
Other exhibitors included Heroes Gym, Tonic Health, Forever Living, Give It Some Fizz and many more.
Organisers Zoe Myall and Holly Barrett said: “We wanted to bring together health, fitness and well-being providers in the area to show just what is on offer here – and that there really is something for everybody no matter your age, gender or background.
“We had lots of amazing feedback from the show and hope to organise another show next year.”
Any exhibitors wanting to take part in the next show can contact Zoe on 07921 553849 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org