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Participate in fun Decathlon classes for an instant energy boost this weekend

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Going to the gym or learning a new sport is a great way to blow off steam which is much needed after the past few weeks of staying home and keeping safe. Decathlon has once again released its range of sporting activities and classes across all levels and ages to take part in for the upcoming weeks.

Join in some competitive fun with Functional Training [Free]

28 August Saturday (5:00pm-6:00pm)

Tired of exercising solo and looking to spruce up your workout routine? For those that find one-to-one PT too intimidating and enjoy sports with a group of friends, this is just the class for you. The functional training enables participants to motivate each other, track progress and provide some fun competition amongst the group – a productive workout is guaranteed when you sign up! Note that all participants would have to be fully vaccinated to join in the session.

Try your hand at Kick-Boxing [Free]

29 August Sunday (4pm-5pm)

Get ready to sweat it out with Decathlon’s Kickboxing HIIT class organized by Clubb3ast where you can expect to make both your body and your soul feel better afterwards.

Let loose and enjoy the sport as our fun and encouraging instructors to take you through the ins and out of this exceptional sport! Note that all participants would have to be fully vaccinated to join in the sessions.

Reinvigorate with some Pilates Basics [$25.00/per class]

27 August Friday (6:30pm-7:30pm)
3 September Friday (6:30pm-7:30pm)
10 September Friday (6:30pm-7:30pm)

End the work week strong with a Pilates class by SP+ to relax and reset for the weekend ahead. Take part in this Pilates Basics 60-min group (beginner-friendly) session which aims to gain awareness of postural alignment, core engagement and promote mobility throughout the body. All attendees are recommended to be prepared with a Yoga Mat/Towel (compulsory for unvaccinated clients), TraceTogether Token/App as well as a Covid Vaccination Record/Report.

For those that prefer to work out at home and are looking to invest in sports equipment that is both sustainable and aesthetically pleasing – the Domyos Woodbike aka the stationary exercise bike of your dreams has arrived.

L-R: Wooden Exercise Bike Woodbike (Wooden Part 1/2) $270, Wooden Exercise Bike Woodbike (Mechanical Part 2/2), $260
The iconic Woodbike is designed to blend seamlessly into a room, marrying interior design with fitness and providing an effortless merging of a fitness item into your home. Not like any other stationary bike, its beautiful wooden frame is made from solid French beech wood that has the strength and durability of metal but leaves a smaller environmental footprint since it is renewable – making it one of the best eco-friendly options out there. The gel saddle and smooth paddling ensure comfort and functionality; you can even connect your smart device to track your workouts and progress whilst on the bike.

If that’s not enough to entice you to get one for your own, Decathlon further contributes to the environment and has teamed up with Reforest Action and pledged that with every tree used to make the Domyos Woodbike, 10 more will be planted. The Woodbike comes in two easy-to-assemble parts, the wooden frame and the mechanical components which are sold separately.

For more classes and information, check out Decathlon Singapore where you can find a full list of classes that you can take part in daily with new classes being added constantly. We hope you will consider featuring these classes in your upcoming relevant stories.

About Post Author

Surabhi Pandey

Surabhi Pandey, a former Delhi Doordarshan presenter, is a journalist currently based in Singapore. She is the author of ‘Nascent Wings’ and ‘Saturated Agitation’ and has contributed to over 15 anthologies in English and Hindi in India and Singapore. She writes on topics related to lifestyle and travel and is an active reporter on the tech startup ecosystem in Southeast Asia. She is the editor and founder of The Vent Machine.
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