Participants will be put through their paces by highly-qualified personal trainers, whilst getting to know one another
The world’s only international personal training business, Ultimate Performance Fitness, is running a speed dating circuit workout at three of its UK gyms this Valentine’s Day at 7pm.
The class will involve 10 high-intensity workout stations, where 10 men and 10 women can work out in couples for two minutes before moving on to the next exercise and the next person.
Men and women will rotate around the circuit in opposite directions so they will get to workout with a new partner at every station.
Members of the public can register their interest here.
Tickets are £20 and are on a first-come-first-served basis. All proceeds will be donated to the World Heart Foundation.
Participants will be put through their paces by highly-qualified personal trainers, whilst getting to know one another. Afterwards, the group will have the opportunity to use UP Fitness’s shower facilities and dress up to go to a top local restaurant and continue the evening.
The circuit workout will include standing shoulder press, battle ropes, dumbbell squats and barbell hip raises, hanging leg raises, planks and an intense stint on the Watt Bike. However, the workout will be scaled to cater to all abilities.
Celebrities including Ross Kemp, Olivia Coleman, Gemma Atkinson, James Haskell and Gwendoline Christie have all enlisted the help of UP Fitness’s world-class personal trainers.
Adam Crofts, business development manager at Ultimate Performance Fitness, said, “A lot of people struggle to find a partner they have something in common with and as we are a world-leading personal training business, we thought why don’t we lend a helping hand and create an event that will bring people together who love working out?
“The class is going to put the singletons through their paces, but there will be plenty of opportunities to talk and get to know one another, we don’t expect them to hold a conversation whilst doing a press up! Then afterwards, those who’d like to, can get cleaned up and come out for dinner to finish off the evening. It’s certainly going to be a Valentine’s Day like no other!”