STARS of Dublin's men's and ladies' football teams were amongst nearly 100 enthusiasts who took part in a charity fitness event in aid of a good cause recently.
Eamon Fennell and Sinead Aherne swopped their boots for bikes as part of a spinning night at Just Classes Fitness Studio in Malahide, organised to raise funds for Pieta House Centre for Suicide Awareness and Self-Harm.
Just Classes owner, Aidan Mahon, was the man behind the evening, where the € 10 entry fee went to the charity and the eager participants worked up a sweat while having fun and garnering much-needed funding.
The revolutionary pay-as-you-go fitness studio was launched in the seaside town in the autumn, offering participants the chance to get in shape for less.
Just Classes allows enthusiasts to plan a routine around busy lifestyles, while guaranteeing value for money, bringing together expert fitness instruction, the joy of successful dietary advice and the convenience of only paying for each class taken.
A range of enjoyable classes are available, which are both challenging and invigorating to all levels of fitness, from hitech spinning to celebrity-favourite kettle bell weight classes.