Steady progress for Fit 4 Life candidates
THE candidates in the Royston Fit 4 Life initiative are continuing to shed the pounds on their fitness programmes. Chris Fuller, Tracey Law, and Anne Wrobbel are all working hard on their tailored work out regimes, having been given four-month memberships
THE candidates in the Royston Fit 4 Life initiative are continuing to shed the pounds on their fitness programmes.
Chris Fuller, Tracey Law, and Anne Wrobbel are all working hard on their tailored work out regimes, having been given four-month memberships of Royston Leisure Centre as part of the Fit 4 Life scheme, which is being run in partnership with The Crow.
Gemma Burge, Royston Leisure Centre's fitness manager, said: "They have made steady progressions with their programmes and are starting to feel the difference to their health and their body. The important thing is to keep working hard."
Part-time chef Mr Fuller said: "I am very pleased with by progress so far and I didn't expect to lose weight and tone up so quickly. I am very motivated and loving the workouts."
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Mrs Law added: "I am very happy with my programme and enjoying the experience. I am really getting in to my workouts."
The trio have just over two months to work with the Leisure Centre's fitness experts as they seek to improve their fitness and move towards a healthier lifestyle.
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