Fitness, fun and friendships

 

 

Local trainers Kate Rushworth and Cherie Garland decided that it was time to give back to the community with their time and knowledge and last October introduced a way for people to hit the streets in a safer environment and it has grown into quite the community in Pukekohe.
“We have a mixed group of people (walkers and runners) who join us three mornings a week at 6am for a walk or run.
As we have grown, we find we have runners finding similar paced runners to run with and walkers finding similar paced walkers – so they aren’t alone doing their walk/run and they are wanting to turn up due to the friends expecting to see them”
As trainers they run group classes and one of the class participants wanted to attempt a recent Tough Guy Tough Girl challenge so Kate and Cherie got the Body Blast walkers, runners and class members together and went to Woodhill!
“An amazing day was had with fun, laughter, friendships cemented – along with lots of mud!” Cherie says.
For more information on the activities, contact Kate and Cherie on bodyblast5am@gmail.com or Kate on: 021 775 691 or Cherie on: 027 222 0 222.

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