WITH a lengthy lockdown expected, Peninsula Aquatic Recreation Centre is offering free home workouts for people to complete while stuck inside.
PARC classes and workouts are available for free on the PARC Your Way website. Peninsula Leisure CEO Kath Thom has encouraged Frankston residents to jump on board.
“We are committed to keeping our community active and engaged. PARC Your Way allows everyone to work out, whenever and wherever it suits them,” Ms Thom said. “Contributing to the local community is so important to us, and by delivering PARC Your Way for free, it means we can continue supporting community health and wellbeing while PARC’s doors are closed.
“It’s so important to feel connected, and do our best to stay active and focused on our health and wellbeing, especially during this difficult and uncertain time.”
The online platform includes a library of recorded classes, and access to free live streamed classes. Visit parcyourway.com.au to find out more.
There are plenty of outdoor areas in Frankston which can be used for residents looking to work out outside within their five kilometer range. They include Sweetwater Creek, Seaford Wetlands, Frankston Nature Conservation Reserve, Langwarrin Flora and Fauna Reserve, Seaford Pier, and Frankston Pier.