FIVE WEEK SUMMER SHRED
STARTS NOVEMBER 2!
Registrations for our last Challenge of 2020 are open next week! Monday 26 October- Sunday 1 November. Then we kick off as a team on Monday November 2 💪😁
Join us for five weeks of great group fitness and building healthy habits ahead of the silly season on its way 😜 $10 to enter which forms the CASH PRIZE POOL 💲
You'll get a Challenge booklet with five weeks of tasks plus the support of our amazing private group. All you gotta do is commit to a minimum one class a week (only $2 a class!) and be ready to make a change 💜
Share with your mates, your whānau, anyone you think should join you on this awesome project! And we'll see you soon 😊
Big love to Sport Canterbury and the Green Prescription team for their support. They know where it's at: healthy habits and fitness fun for a happy life 😁
Fitclub at the Hub is 100% not for profit community fitness club, and a registered charitable trust. No selling, no pressure, no judgement - just support to live a healthy lifestyle! Family friendly :) Kids welcome at all Fitclub classes.
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This month we want to challenge Neighbourhood Supporters to come together and give generously from the heart this holiday season. With so much going on this time of year it’s easy to get caught up in the festivities and forget about others, especially those having a difficult time.
Whether it’s an elderly neighbour who lives alone to a family on your street working hard to make ends meet, reach out to someone who could use a little extra joy in their life and remind them what the holiday spirit is all about!
Other ideas include fundraising for a local charity, doing a food or toy drive, organising a ‘Secret Santa’ gift exchange on your street, giving a present to a neighbour who helped to make your 2020 better, or even host a community Christmas lunch.
Let us know how you’re giving back in your community in December by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org