LiveFit host two 'FUN-raising' classes for Bell

2017-03-07 06:01
‘LiveFitters’ get ready for the ‘FUN-raising’ classes on Saturday, March 4 in support of Bella (aka Bell). The one-hour classes promise to be lots of healthy fun for a worthy cause. Photo: supplied

‘LiveFitters’ get ready for the ‘FUN-raising’ classes on Saturday, March 4 in support of Bella (aka Bell). The one-hour classes promise to be lots of healthy fun for a worthy cause. Photo: supplied

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THE team at LiveFit are hosting two “FUN-raising” classes for Bella (aka Bell) on Saturday, March 4. It is open to everyone but each class is limited to 24 people so book soon to avoid disappointment by

The classes take place from 7am to 8am and from 8am to 9am at LiveFit gym, 33 Macfarlane Drive in Gillitts. The cost is R100 per person, per class and all proceeds go towards Bella Polkinghorne’s medical costs. The class involves functional circuit-based training and promises to be lots of healthy fun.  

LiveFit is an exclusive personal and group training facility that offers everybody the opportunity to experience the benefits of fitness. The aim is to create a greater training experience for all. At LiveFit they believe that health and fitness is a lifestyle and their experienced trainers enforce specific training techniques to ensure that each client achieves their desired fitness and fat loss goals. LiveFit promotes exercise that is performed correctly to get the best results and to avoid injury and are, in turn, disciplined when it comes to form and technique.

For more information on the Bella FUN-raising campaign, please - Supplied



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