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26/09/2021

Gym teams up with charity to host fitness challenge

CrossFit Limavady
Cancer Focus Northern Ireland has teamed up with gym CrossFit Limavady, to bring an innovative and inspirin fitness challenge for local people. The six week challenge, led by local men Andy Chapman and Michael Walsh, aims to help 20 individuals change their lifestyle for the better and help reduce the risk of certain cancers. At the programme induction, which takes place on Tuesday next, January 15, all 20 participants will have their measurements recorded and again at the end of the programme. Participants will attend a number of scheduled weekly fitness classes. (Tuesday and Thursday at 7.30pm and Sunday mornings at 8.30am). A healthy eating plan will be put in place from week one, and tips and advice will be offered throughout the six weeks that can be used by the participants once the programme comes to an end. Entry is free but all participants are asked to fundraise a minimum of £300 for Cancer Focus NI. Half of the places are gone, so to guarantee your place, contact Emma on 07731375022. Photo shows Michael Walsh (left) and Andy Chapman of CrossFit Limavady with Cancer Focus’ Emma McCann at the laun ch of the challenge.

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