Why Group Exercise Is So Great For Beginners

If you are trying to keep your summer body as you head into the colder months, or if you are starting to get into exercise for the first time in a while, then group exercises are the place to be. While there are many tips and tricks online for how to exercise on your own, there are some inherent advantages that group exercises of any type have over these. There are group exercises for every level of fitness, so don't feel like you have to miss out just because you are a novice, here are three reasons why you should get involved as soon as possible!

Real, In-Person Demonstration Of Exercises

There is a massive difference between seeing an exercise online and trying to recreate it on your own, which is where a lot of people struggle. With group exercise, not only do you have an instructor there, in person, to show you how it is done, but you also have friends around you who can give you advice on what you need to do and how properly get into position. That means you will never run the risk of accidentally doing an exercise wrong for months or even years at a time, which could potentially be an injury risk.


It is hard to emphasize just how important stretching can be before and after exercising, but so many people don't know the correct types of stretches they should be doing before their workout. Sometimes, dynamic stretches are better, and other times, you should stick to static variants. There is also a whole range of different types that target different muscles and parts of your body, and you can't be expected to know them all on your own. These stretches help you feel so much better after you're finished and also help you avoid injuries by keeping your body flexible.

Peer Pressure

Peer pressure is traditionally seen as a bad thing, and in some cases, it certainly is, but when it comes to group exercise classes, it can be very beneficial. You will not want to miss your exercises for fear of missing out on time with friends and new buddies you have just met, which increases your chance of keeping up with your exercise schedule. This means you won't fall into that dry spell so many people do during winter but keep up the fitness levels the whole year-round and be ready for summer when it rolls around again!