Purity Studio – Andover, Hampshire

The new Purity Studio opened it’s doors in Andover, Hampshire, on Thursday 3rd July 2014. The evening started well, with the first pole dancing class ever to be held there, being full!

All pole dancing lessons are 1 student per pole, giving plenty of pole fitness time to each1005094_10151460539297085_1771427998_n student. Jolene has over 10 years of teaching pole dancing, and performing, and even been a UK Finalist for Miss Pole Dance 2008. She enjoys teaching all aspects of pole, from pole dancing routines, to pole fitness.

Aerial Hoop classes also known as Lyra will be starting on Tuesday 15th July 2014, with a maximum of 3 per hoop. Jolene completed her Aerial Hoop Instructor training with Spin City in Newbury.

INSANITY Live classes are set to start on Tuesday 15th July 2014, this high intensity plyometric interval training, will push you to the max, and get your metabolism high, to increase fat loss. Jolene completed her training with Beachbody UK in April 2014, and has also completed the 60 Day INSANITY challenge.

Summer Offers:

  • All 6 week Hoop and Pole courses are £60
  • Your first lesson with Purity is free for either Pole, Hoop or INSANITY
  • Memberships are available
  • Loyalty PAYG scheme

Future plans for the Studio include, more day time classes of Aerial Hoop, Pole Fitness and INSANITY, for adults as well as children.

1st class

Do I need to do Insanity everyday?

The launch of Insanity at Wellington Academy in Ludgershall, Tidworth went really well last Wednesday, 23 hard working participants turned up and pushed themselves to the max!

I have been asked the same question by a few people, which is, ‘do I have to do Insanity everyday to get the benefits?’

The answer is, ‘no’. I think this question has come about, as most people have seen the infomercials, or even done the 60 day challenge for themselves at home already. The Insanity LIVE classes are very similar to the main bulk of the home workouts, lead by Shaun T. But what you will find with the DVD challenge, is that not everyday is high intensity interval training, which is the main thing insanity is known for. One day a week is rest, one day recovery, and one day cardio and abs. This leaves a maximum of 4 days a week of intense interval training.

Don’t get me wrong, the more exercise you do, will mean you get better and faster results, but it is also good for your body to have different forms of exercise. The home DVD challenge covers a few different areas of exercise, which is great for those who don’t do anything else. Plus adding in the fact it is 6 days a week to help you get into a routine of it, keep you focused, and also making it intense. As the Insanity challenge markets itself for being the most extreme home work out ever.

I personally recommend doing Insanity twice a week, and also mix in a rest day, flexibility training, and some other form of exercise. If you are already doing many other forms of exercise then once a week would be enough for you. Keep fit should be fun, so keeping things varied helps the mind focus better, thus meaning you continue on for longer, and getting the maximum results you can.

Launch 2014 Classes are on weekly at Wellington Academy Sports Centre, come and train insane with me, Jolene on Tuesdays at 8.30pm, Wednesdays at 6pm and Saturdays at 9am, call/text 07961 054 863 to book your space.