B&FC's 11-minute workout video helps businesses get fit for the future
Staying fit is more important than ever. Wellbeing is what helps us thrive - especially during these turbulent times.
Which is why Blackpool and The Fylde College (B&FC) has produced an 11-minute total body workout video - scientifically proven to be one of the best fitness routines you can get in such a short space of time.
"Physical fitness is closely aligned to mental health," said Dave Thackeray, digital and communications manager at B&FC.
"During challenging times it's important that we put exercise high on our list of priorities. This workout is short enough that anyone can fit it in. And we've already had great feedback from our staff and students that it's making a real difference to their day."
The workout was first featured in the New York Times. But it was missing a video to show people how to do it - which is when B&FC's fitness instructor Ross Powell teamed up with videographer Andrew Robinson to make the short movie following social distancing guidelines.
Dave added: "We're thrilled with the result and hope it will also be useful to employers across the region as they commit to keeping their employees health and fit for the future."