Good Boost at Arun Leisure Centre

Low impact water based exercise with the latest AI technology

September 29 2021

good boost aqua classes

Good Boost is a multi- award winning social enterprise delivering personalised exercise programmes with the latest AI technology.

The programmes are designed for aqua fitness, aqua rehab and aqua natal, allowing for a diverse population to be more active in water.

Good Boost Technology delivers a personailsed programme to suit individuals needs helping to maximise your health and wellbeing and is suitable for customers with existing health conditions such as diabetes, arthritis, back pain, obesity, or joint problems, even expectant mothers.

The benefits to using the Good Boost programme...

Individually- tailored aquatic exercises selected by AI

Exercises adapt and respond to feedback like a therapist

Designed by specialist Physiotherapists and clinical experts

Improves fitness, pain, function and quality of life

The programme is A.I clinically approved with expert input and evaluation.

Working with partnerships such as Swim England, World Health Innovation Summit (WHIS), supported by Microsoft AI for GOOD, and is recommended by charities such as Versus Arthritis, and Arthritis ACTION.

Times:

Tuesday 11.45-12.30pm

Wednesdays will be 1.30-2.15pm

Cost:

DD & Advance members £0

Pay as you go members £4.70

For more information email: sarah.parker-hatchard@freedom-leisure.co.uk

"I enjoy the exercises, but most of all, I enjoy the company. The first time I came along, I could hardly walk, and this is a couple of years later and I've lost six and half stone. I'm able to move better, my muscles are better. My posture has changed hugely. I used to be hunched over before because of my fractured neck and back. Good Boost, because its in water, it's easy for me to do the exercises."

Bridget

" It just eases the pain, gives you mobility and decreases stiffness"

Yvonne

"The staff are great. It's good because you're in a controlled environment, So you're not getting out of your depth if you don't want to. The exercises build up too, so you gradually build up your confidence, it's great"

Paul