Women's Fitness

The rise of VIRTUAL FITNESS

‘I offered to do some live workouts on Instagram TV and it all snowballed from there’
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‘I started running barre classes in a tiny studio we’d built in the garden!’

Jennie Brown’s barre classes in her garden studio have gone international since the pandemic hit

‘I qualified as a PT after the birth of my first child 12 years ago and quickly focused on pre- and postnatal fitness. As my life has progressed, so has my interest in women’s health. While doing a course about the menopause, I learned how low-impact exercise, such as barre, could be kinder on the joints. Although I’d had no experience of

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