Class and a glass at Tramshred 

I used to love clubbing. During the late 90s my Saturday nights would involve house music, Hooch and big-box-little-boxing to Josh Wink.

Nowadays my Saturdays usually involve House of Cards, a glass of wine and trying to get my kids to stay in bed. 

I wouldn’t go back to my clubbing days, but sometimes I do miss really letting loose on the dancefloor. 

So when I saw the new Tramshred workouts at the Tramshed (see what they did there?!) in Grangetown, it looked right up my street. 

Tramshred is a series of dance themed exercise classes, with a live DJ, followed by …….wait for it……..a prosecco brunch! Genius 

Nat and I before Tramshred

My friend Nat and I arrived just before 11am on the Sunday wearing our best work-out gear. I wasn’t sure if I was ready for a gym session or a party! About 40 people were there, mainly women, in fact there were only two men taking part. Not sure why, but possibly the disparaging assumption that it was ‘just’ an aerobics class.

Instructor Steve doing his thing at Class and a Glass

The session was actually quite challenging. Steve, the instructor, used boxercise-style high-impact exercises to encourage weight loss, muscle toning and cardio vascular endurance. Not a ‘grapevine’ in sight! 

The live DJ pumped out amazing tunes while we punched, kicked and jumped (last week was drum & bass week. They also do dance and house week and 90s R&B which is next on my list). By far my favourite parts were when Steve encouraged us to ‘free-style’. It was hilarious bouncing around and raving in a nightclub on a Sunday morning. I loved it.

After – a very sweaty selfie!

When we cooled down it was time to reward ourselves with a glass of prosecco in the Waiting Room, the bar at the Tramshed. 

The bar also serves a brunch menu, so we ordered a couple of avo toasts (£5) and some coffees and spent a good couple of hours catching up. A lovely way to spend a Sunday. Although my legs were aching for days!

Avocado on toast brunch at Tramshed

The next three Tramshred Class and a Glass sessions take place on 30 July, 6 August and 13 August. 
Tickets are priced at £12.50 or £7.50 without the glass of fizz (but why wouldn’t you?) www.classandaglass.co.uk/tickets

Tramshed Cardiff, Clare Rd, Cardiff CF11 6QP.

I was given two free class and a glass tickets for Tramshed. I paid in full for my breakfast and coffee. This is an honest review. My legs are honestly still aching! 

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