GrooveCycle founder Sarah-Jane Aboto invited The Sport Review along to her Summer GrooveCycle Party at Reebook Sports Club, and I didn’t hesitate to accept the offer.
Having previously sampled GrooveCycle 45/60 and GrooveCycle Dance, I anticipated an entertaining 60 minutes of exercise, fun and dancefloor fillers.
And it didn’t disappoint as some of the tunes in Sarah’s set included Michael Jackson’s smash-hit Beat It, Lionel Richie’s groovy All Night Long, Karen Harding’s beat-dropping Say Something and Rihanna’s We Found Love.
Not only were their great tunes, but there were games, too. Pass The Parcel was a particular highlight and had some great prizes, including FitBits, Ray Bans and mixology session at the Pearson Room – and not forgetting the GrooveCycle golden pass.
To end the night on the right note, their highly-anticipated GrooveCycle goody bags didn’t disappoint which ensured all party goers left with a smile.
Products included Bounce Balls, 9Bars, the GroovyFood Company’s Agave Nectar, VitaCoco coconut water and coconut oil, Savse Smoothies, Urban Fruit, ActivBod, Protein Haus and Blo Blow Dry Bar vouchers and a Reebok Guest Pass.
After this show-stopping, goody-packed party, we can’t wait for Sarah’s next GrooveCycle event.
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