Feel good inside and out by taking our You Lose, We Gain challenge

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Want to get fit but lack the motivation to shape up and slim down? Then take our new You Lose, We Gain challenge and turn your unwanted pounds into cash for the Hospice!
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Published on: Wednesday 16 Dec 2015 at 11:27

Our challenge events fundraiser Jade Clarke said: “After the overindulgence of the festive season, our first-ever sponsored health kick is a great way to start 2016 by boosting your own health and fitness while doing something wonderful for your local Hospice that will leave you looking good and feeling great both inside and out.”

The nine-week programme, which is being run in partnership with the body experts from NX Professionals, launches with a full Body MOT and weigh-in at The Link in Harlow on Saturday, January 16 when participants will also receive advice on how to boost their fundraising by encouraging friends and family to sponsor them for every kilo or inch they lose.

Over the course of the You Lose, We Gain challenge, participants will benefit from the full support of NX Professionals and the St Clare fundraising team to help them smash both their physical and sponsorship goals.

There will also be the opportunity to attend three exercise classes incorporating circuits and HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training).

Caroline Collins from NX Professionals said: “We are extremely proud to be sponsoring St Clare’s You Lose, We Gain challenge and, as a team we will provide as much support and direction for those who sign up to see some real results.

“We are passionate about encouraging health and wellness as part of an on-going healthy lifestyle and by partnering with the Hospice can reach out to others to share our experience and knowledge with healthy tips and strategies to kick start 2016.”

Places for St Clare’s You Lose, We Gain challenge are limited to just 30 people, so to avoid disappointment register today.

Alternatively, contact Jade on 01279 773750 or [email protected] for more information.

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