Hello from Louise

Do you live in Milton Keynes and want to become fit! and tone up your body?....then come to Louise’s Aerobics for motivating & fun classes.

I'm a fully qualified aerobics teacher who has taught classes at various Leisure Centres & Health Clubs in Milton Keynes for the past 12 years. I also run a few of my own classes starting at just £3.50 (unless stated otherwise), which represent excellent value for money.

Suitable for beginners and all age groups

You just need to bring a mat and a drink.

Aerobics is a form of physical exercise that combines rhythmic aerobic exercise with stretching and strength training routines with the goal of improving all elements of fitness (flexibility, muscular strength, and cardio-vascular fitness).

What is aerobics good for?

A good regular aerobics workout will benefit your body in many ways:

  • Aerobics will strengthen your heart muscle and lungs by making them work harder and with regular exercise, you can lower your blood pressure and cholesterol.
  • Aerobics will stimulate the circulation of blood and lymph around your body, and so help strengthen your bodies immune system.
  • Aerobics will help you burn calories and reduce your body fat.
  • Aerobics will raise your serotonin levels, stimulate your brain to release endorphins and so give you a natural "high" and easing any stress or anxiety.
  • Aerobics will improve the shape and tone of your body.
  • Aerobics will increase your body strength so you are less prone to injury.

Aerobics includes a range of movements and exercises that will work on all areas of your body, from gentle jogging on the spot to star jumps, lunges, twists, stretches and tummy crunches.

I will take you through different levels of movement starting with gentle low-intensity warm-up exercises including stretches as well as some light jogging, and stepping. You'll be taken gradually up to high-intensity exercises that will really help you burn calories. You will get quite out of breath and will feel your heart working.

I will then take you back down "through the gears" to gradually lower your heart rate.