January 2011 we combine swim, gym and nutrition – to help you fullfill those New Year resolutions

Did you make a New Years resolution to become fitter this year, or to lose weight, or to eat more healthily. Well we can help you there.
see our web site www.life-wellbeing.co.uk for this years programmes and affordable prices.
Lose it with Life offers you a varity of ways of exercising and improving your health.

We serve the whole community from young children learning to swim to our seniors programmes.

Our fully qualified Fitness Instructors will be pleased to prepare a programme to suit your needs, call in and visit Alli, Sara, Claire, or Luc.

We can offer either traditional exercise programmes in the gym combining, stretch, cardio workout and strength training or more specific Vibro Plate exercise, which combines massage and core muscle strengthing. All at affordable and competitive prices.

Get ready, get set, GO !

In the Pool

We teach the ASA National Plan for teaching swimming ” the journey through aquatics” which starts with a foundation programme developing early years water confidence.

Children start with our “Parent and Baby” sessions and pre-school sessions.

Did you know your child develops their basic movement range during the ages of 5 years to 8 years for girls and 6 years to 9 years for boys. During this stage of growing up children should be taking part in activity that builds their FUNdamental movement skills, with the emphasis being learning through FUN.

There are 7 stages in the earley “journey through aquatics”

Stage 1   developing basic safety awareness, basic movement skills and water confidence. Swimmers will still use arm bands, floats etc.
Stage 2   developing safe entries to water,including jumping in, basic floating, travel and rotation unaided to regain upright positions. Still with the aid of floats and arm bands.
Stage 3   developing safe entries including submersions, travel up to 10 metres on front and back, progress rotation skillsand water safety knowledge.
Stage 4   developing and understanding the of bouyancy through a range of skills, refining kicking technique for all strokes, and swimming 10 metres to a given standard as directed by the ASA.
Stage 5   developing watermanship through sculling and treading water skills, and complete rotation, also performing all strokes to the given standard as directed by the ASA.
Stage 6   developing effective swimming skills including coordinated breathing, developing the water safety aspects and understanding of preparation for exercise.
Stage 7   developing quality stoke technique up to 100 metres incorporating skills learnt and combining them to develop a linked routine and complete successfully an obstacle course that combines a variety of skills accomplished throughout stages 1 – 7. 

Your child is now a competent swimmer and will go on to enjoy swimming for life.

Offer the gift of swimming lessons to your child today,
call us on 01539 443243 and book onto one of our swimming courses with our friendly swimming instructors.

Arriba Weight loss classes, Linda Stott a qualified nutritionalist, runs 12 week weight loss sessions known as the Arriba Weight Loss Challenge. These teach you how to balance the food you eat, control your calories, to understand how to eat the correct amount of fibre and protein each day for a balanced diet. These classes are held on a weekly basis and for more information on these classes speak to Linda direct on 01539 560313.  

Make it your New Years resolution to feel healthier, lose those unwanted pounds, strengthen those muscles, stretch out and become more flexible.  At LIFE we are here to help you achieve those goals and lead a healthier lifestyle.

We are your local wellness centre, visit us on our website www.life-wellbeing.co.uk or call in and view our friendly facilities and speak to one of the members of our staff who are trained to help you.

Wishing you a Happy and Healthy New Year.


About lifeandwellbeing

Life leisure centre in Troutbeck Bridge, Cumbria
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