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SALFORD WEIGHT LOSS CHALLENGE
 

Star date: 25th May 2010

THE BEST BET THIS SUMMER!

A gamble you can't refuse comes courtesy of two new 12 week courses that are opening up at The Cornerstone in Langworthy and at the Hope Pub on Eccles New Road. They challenge Salford people to lose loads of weight. And he or she who loses the most pounds wins £300.

Sound good?

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A Gamble You Can't Refuse… Lose To Win!

The Arriba Community Weight Loss Challenge is a unique 12-week course that's being run nationally but is opening up in Salford for the first time. The non profit making scheme gets everyone to chip in £39, less than a tenner a month, and the three people who lose the most weight get cash prizes. The biggest (weight) loser gets £300.

"The classes are non-profit making as the registration fee is given back in prize money at the end of the challenge to the 'biggest loser'" says coach Jane Allemby "My passion is to educate, inspire and motivate people to set health and wellness goals in a fun and supportive environment."

As part of this, a `wellness coach' will give one to one support and a personal analysis of body fat, muscle mass, hydration levels and your metabolic age, while group sessions include talks on things like nutrition, body composition and healthy snacking.

While the course runs for 12 weeks, the idea is that everyone leaves the course with the knowledge and motivation to achieve safe and long term weight loss.

The Community Challenge is registered with the government's Change For Life Scheme and look like the best bet this summer, outside of England going out of the World Cup on penalties, of course…

The courses are launching over the next few weeks…

 On Monday evenings  at The Cornerstone, on Liverpool Street in Langworthy
• On Tuesday evenings at the Hope Pub Function Room, on Eccles New Road

To find out more information, or to book a place, call Jane or Kim on 0161 708 8279 or 07853 830915

Check out the website www.myweightlosschallenge.org

 

 

 

 

 

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