Get fit at The Westin Dubai, Al Habtoor City

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What's stopping you?

The hotel is offering two fitness promotions during March and April!

So, are you going to get involved?

Check out these promotions at The Westin Dubai, Al Habtoor City (click here for the location of the hotel – just off Sheikh Zayed Road) – where each of the promotional activities will take place.

PROMOTION 1

Feel Well at WestinWORKOUT

Every day is a fitness day and on Saturday March 18, The Westin Dubai invites you to join them for a feel fitter together day.

The day will be filled with fitness activities as access is offered to the WestinWORKOUT Fitness Studio all day long, coupled with complimentary stretching and fitness consultation by on-site experts.

With healthy bites and drinks, stay motivated to keep moving! Make the most of the facilities which include steam, sauna and hot tubs post fitness sessions to relax and stretch it out.

Date: Saturday March 18 at The Westin Dubai, Al Habtoor City
Time: 10am to 4pm
To confirm your spot, please RSVP [email protected] and mention the line: I WANT TO FEEL WELL AT WESTINWORKOUT ON 18TH MARCH
#HeavenlySpaAHC #WestinDubaiAHC @HeavenlySpaAHC

PROMOTION 2

Get Fit for Real!

Following the success of the Westin’s grand opening with #1004forREA, they are back with a new promotion for the recently opened WestinWORKOUT Fitness Studio. For AED 1004, guests can take up a 3-month membership and start fresh.

Sign up now and get Fit for Real!

The Westin Dubai, Al Habtoor City – Call +971 4.437.3300 or email [email protected].

The offer is valid until April 30
#HeavenlySpaAHC #WestinDubaiAHC @HeavenlySpaAHC

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Are you fed up of suffering from pain or injury?

PURE Pilates is here to help.

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Regular Pilates will eventually lead to a higher level of health and fitness and here are Susanna's top six reasons why Pilates can solve back pain issues. 1) By using Pilates as a form of corrective exercise, the body can strengthen and repair itself through movement. People who suffer from pain often get relief as discomfort generally stems from imbalances and stress. 2) Pilates creates core strength. 3) What makes Pilates so effective is that it addresses the underlying structural imbalances in the body that lead to back pain. 4) Pilates promotes flexibility. 5) We usually think of our alignment as our posture, but good posture is a dynamic process, dependent on the body's ability to align its parts, responding to varying demands effectively. When alignment is off, uneven stresses on the skeleton, especially the spine, are the result. Pilates exercise, done with attention to alignment, create uniform muscle use and development, allowing movement to flow through the body in a natural way. 6) Pilates increases body awareness.
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Sport360 has come up with a simple three-step plan that you can follow and help improve your fitness goals.

We’ve tried to keep things as basic as possible so you can incorporate the following key points into your daily lives.

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Exercising, particularly cardio activity, boosts both your cardiovascular and muscle strength.

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Sometimes, with a busy working week and lots going on, your routine and eating pattern may suffer as a result.

But, if possible, try and avoid eating late.

Consuming food well into the evening, especially after 9pm, gives your body little time to digest it and as a result keeps your body on ‘high alert’ when it should be winding down to sleep.

Eating late sometimes means blood pressure can rise when you are sleep because food releases more hormones.

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