Saltar launch energizes 5th anniversary of celebrity fitness palembang icon
Celebrity Fitness Palembang Icon Mall held its 5th anniversary on Wednesday, 13 November 2019. You can enjoy Saltar in more cities, in Botani Square Bogor, Paragon Mall Semarang, Lotte Mall Bintaro, Plaza Indonesia, Lippo Plaza Yogya, Palembang Icon, Lippo Plaza Sunset Bali, Paris van Java Bandung, Galaxy Mall, and Tunjungan Plaza Surabaya.
Celebrity Fitness Palembang Icon Mall held its 5th anniversary celebration on Wednesday, 13 November 2019, marking yet another successful year of operation. Indonesia’s largest fitness chain launched its first club at Palembang City in 2014 and has since made fitness one of the top go-to activities for the local people.
Feni Soemitra, head of marketing Celebrity Fitness Indonesia said, “We have been raising excitement for fitness lifestyle among the locals since our opening in 2014, bringing in top infrastructures, exciting workout programs, and talented instructors to help our members train in a fun and sensational environment. It feels amazing to see this club reach its fifth anniversary with a powerful impact on the city’s fast-growing adoption of a healthy lifestyle, and what better way to celebrate than energizing the community with the launch of our new Signature Class Saltar.”
Saltar (which means ‘jump’ in Portuguese) is a 50-minute group fitness trampoline class that is all about jumping exercise. It takes everyone’s favorite activity of jumping on a neighborhood park’s trampoline to indoor and enhanced it with simple cardio moves, uplifting music beats, and a whole lot more dynamism with the guidance of Starmaker Instructors.
For beginners and experts alike, Saltar guarantees not just fun, but also have many benefits for the body. The workout is designed to build core strength, endurance level, leg muscles, blood circulation and cardiovascular fitness, all the while burning major calories. The trampoline can hold up to 120 kg of weight, offering safe bouncing effect that minimizes joint impact often occurring in normal jumping exercise.