Cambridgeshire based charity Steel Bones (for civilian amputees) has announced a new functional fitness club for people with limb loss.

The 12 week pilot for the all round fitness programme is set to launch on 27th September at The Beeches Community Centre in Isleham from 7pm -8pm, and will continue to run every Wednesday at the same time.  

The one hour weekly session for people with limb loss will be led by a level 3 fitness instructor with extensive expertise and experience in working with Amputees.

The weekly session will include nutritional education, healthy lifestyle essentials plus a simple functional exercise programme appropriate for each participant.

Steel Bones will be providing mentoring and motivational support in-between sessions via email and/or social media.

Places are available on a first come first serve basis and registration is essential, along with the completion of a medical information sheet, allowing for a tailored fitness plan for each participant.

The first session is free, and the following 5 sessions will be charged at £15.00 per person.

To book a place email or call 07809 244895 or contact us through our facebook page STEEL BONES.


Note to editor

Steel Bones is a registered charity working to connect the amputee community and inspire and support both amputees and their families through providing latest news, signposting to useful services and recommendations on therapists, personal trainers and career opportunities.