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Combat force

Friday, 19th July, 2013

Senior Activities Officer Ashley Pollard getting ready for the first Combat Force Fitness program tomorrow. Senior Activities Officer Ashley Pollard getting ready for the first Combat Force Fitness program tomorrow.

PCYC Combat Force Fitness is back by popular demand.

BH PCYC Club Manager Rowena Lawrence said the combat force fitness boot camp will be starting up again tomorrow.

It is an eight-week program designed to get people into shape.

“We run the program from 9am to 10.30am on Saturday mornings,” Rowena said.

“People pay $80 up front for the eight-week program.”

Rowena said they ran the program recently and received great numbers.

“We’re hoping to get good numbers again. We’ve got people coming back but we would like to see some new faces.

“The program is for people of all fitness levels. It does require people to be dedicated, but you get good results.”

She said if this doesn’t suit people they also run a circuit fitness course every Tuesday night.

“We do minute interval stations in our boxing shed.

“It breaks it up and makes it more fun and interesting. It is a full body-based workout.

“Again, it is suitable for all fitness levels and you can work at your own speed.”

The circuit class cost $5 per session and you have to be a member of the PCYC to attend.

“We run circuit class from 6pm to 7pm on Tuesday evening,” Rowena said.

“We are hoping to get more people back on board. If you want to look good for summer, it’s time to start working out.”

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