Ever get tired of doing the same old fitness routine?
Well bore-no-more, as Scottish fitness fanatics will have the chance to try out a host of the latest, fun fitness trends later this month.
Landing in Glasgow’s Argyle Street Arches on Sunday 19 May, Sweat It Festival opens up 60 unique fitness sessions from the traditional right through to the adventurous and wacky.
With slots available to book now, attendees are being encouraged to swap drumstick lollies for a cardio drumstick session inspired by the infectious, energising fun of playing the drums, or to unleash their inner joy with a spot of laughter yoga.
Workout favourites like spin class, Clubbercise, hot yoga and Pilates will also be available, while more adventurous festival goers can give Parkour a go or get to grips with mindfulness for an enhanced sense of wellbeing.
The boutique health and wellbeing festival will also see retired Commonwealth cyclist Charline Jones on hand. She will share how she took her experience in professional sport into the world of at-home workouts and will put the people of Glasgow through their paces with a special high-intensity session.
The event will also have live cooking demos, a Sweaty Betty pop-up shop and and Aloe Vera shot bar.
Emma Lynch, Sweat It Festival Director and Creator, said: “Sweat It is all about creating a relaxed and welcoming space for fitness enthusiasts, as well as anyone looking to improve their lifestyle. It’s a real feel-good event.
“We wanted to have fun with the programme so there’s all sorts of activities to get involved in this year. Don’t be shy – we would encourage anyone that’s interested in spending the day getting fit and having fun to come down to Sweat It.”
Sweat It Festival, 12-6pm, Sunday 19 May.
Tickets are available to buy now here.