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WOLA, which stands for Work Out Los Angeles, is offering virtual group fitness classes each day via Zoom.
Classes are donation-based, with a percentage of funds being donated to charities fighting the coronavirus pandemic. Those who cannot afford to donate at this time are still welcome to participate, WOLA cofounder Craig Juda said.
The 45-minute classes are held at 9:30 a.m. on weekdays and 10 a.m. on Saturdays. On Sundays at 11 a.m., WOLA offers a 30-minute family fit class that features partner-based exercises that can also be performed solo.
“In the recent weeks, virtual classes have been an outlet for our WOLA community to be physically active with their family and friends,” Juda said. “New people are joining every day from all over the world, allowing the WOLA family to grow outside of Los Angeles.”
“This has been something that we are thrilled to share during this chaotic and isolating time,” Juda added. “Growing our fitness community is healing and heartwarming. We have lots of smiles, laughter and stories being shared on Zoom by all ages. We remain committed to the idea that families who do fitness together live a more connected life together.”
For the password to join the Zoom meeting, send @wolafitness or @craigjuda a private message on Instagram.
For information, visit instagram.com/wolafitness.
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