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Talk Health, Be Active – New Project from Park Club

05-Oct-2017

Park Club Chatham are offering FREE health MOT’s, nutrition advice and exercise to support the community to improve their health in Medway, Kent.

Physical inactivity is high on the agenda as a nation, with it being reported that over 20 million people in the UK are currently physically inactive.

There are numerous health issues associated with physical inactivity, both physically and mentally; Park Club Chatham aim to tackle this to improve the health of the community in Medway.

Designed to improve the health of inactive local residents in Medway, the ‘Talk Health, Be Active’ from Park Club offers participants free health MOT’s, exercise sessions and weight management advice to support the local community to lead healthier lifestyles.

Being committed to improving the health of the local community, the sentiment from Park Club is that they are encouraging local inactive residents looking to improve their health to get in touch and take advantage of the sessions available.

The project provides free 12-week courses with a view to improving participant’s health and physical activity levels. Participants will receive a health MOT on the 1st and 12th week using latest technology, as well as free exercise sessions and nutritional advice to work towards improving results and sustaining a healthy, active lifestyle. There will also be different options available following the 12-week courses to help participants continue the healthy lifestyle changes they have made.

The project is also open to workplaces, delivering health MOT’s for employees and providing advice on making improvements.

There will also be monthly ‘Talk Health’ drop in sessions inviting local residents to come along and ask for advice and guidance from qualified fitness professionals.

The project starts Monday 9th October 2017 at Park Club Chatham, where health MOT’s are available to get started; however Park Club do state registration for the project must be made before the first session.

For more information or to register your interest you can email Park Club at info@parkclub.co.uk or call Park Club Chatham on 01634 565349, or visit the Park Club website.

 


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