The Xperiences Fitness Jobs (XFJ) program, which has been available in Dublin since March, aims to make fitness classes more inclusive and flexible for those who are new to fitness, and will work with organisations to improve accessibility, safety and wellness.
The new program will include more than 70 locations across the country, with the first XFJ class scheduled to be held on Friday, May 26, at The O’Connells in Dublin, and the following day at the National Fitness Centre in Co Cork.
XFJs will also be able to attend a free XFj class at The Dublin School of Fitness, a special event held on a Monday and a Saturday.
The new program has been designed to bring in a broader range of people to the programme, which is now running in a phased manner.
“We have seen a huge increase in the number of people attending our classes and we are looking forward to working with them in the future,” XperIENCE CEO Michael Kelly said.
“Our new classes are tailored for people with a range of physical needs and physical fitness levels, which are the types of people who will benefit from the programs changes.”
XFJs classes will be free, although those who need accommodation will be charged €30 for the first class and €40 for each additional class, and they will be available for rent onsite.
The XFJS training program will also include the use of fitness equipment, which will include yoga mats, treadmills, stationary bikes, stationary bike helmets, and more.
For more information about the XPeriences Fitness Job program, visit: www.xperiencesfitnessjobs.ie