All fun at Physical Cultures Club

LOTS OF FUN: The girls from the Fraser Coast Physical Culture Club show off their awards.

A DAY of fun was had by those that competed in the Fraser Coast Physical Culture’s inaugural club competition at Aldridge State High School.

“It went wonderfully,” instructor Sally McKitrick said.

“We had about 35 girls compete.

“It went well. I was really impressed with them.”

McKitrick said the girls performed at a level above what they usually produce in class.

“I’m very proud of them. It was a great day.”

Physical Culture is an Australian sporting association which teaches a combination of ballet, aerobics, gymnastics and jazz dance all rolled into one.

The six choreographed routines are designed to develop strength, good posture, grace and flexibility through movement, rhythm, co-ordination, balance and musical interpretation.

Physical Culture is an activity for all females from the ages of 3 upwards and offers fun, fitness, friendship and flexibility, McKitrick said. For more information call 4196 5115.



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