A group of 10 participants cast off their clothes to take part in the first Nude-ercise class in Southampton. Former recruitment consultant Helen Smith, 35, led the circuits-style workout, which included jumping-jacks, sit-ups, push-ups and partner work. The first class included people aged between 33 and 70 years old, but Smith welcomes adults of all ages to try the activity. While the class is a nude activity, women can wear sports bras for comfort and participants can wear trainers for some exercises if they wish. Smith, from Basingstoke, Hants, came up with the idea after someone on a forum asked her whether she did nude fitness training. Smith left her job in recruitment two years ago to become a full-time fitness instructor, and she runs various classes and boot-camp workouts.
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Britain certainly has some interesting ways of getting people out of the house, and a surprising amount of these ideas include getting nude in front of other people. The newest fitness trend coming out of the UK is no less astonishing. Just recently, ten people decided to give the naked exercise regimen a try and cast their cares — and their clothes — to the wind. She gave them a series of exercises, like circuit-style workouts that included jumping jacks, sit-ups, push-ups, and partner work. All of those sound fine
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