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Alpine health & fitness launches new fitness programme

29 August 2011

Alpine health & fitness launches new 'revive' fitness programme

Alpine Health & Fitness are set to launch a brand new 12 week fitness, nutrition and weight loss programme in September that will appeal to anyone wanting to shape up for summer.

The inspirational new programme named Revive, will focus on helping participants find the motivation to reach previously out of reach fitness goals through both one on one and team training sessions, accompanied by a strong focus on nutrition.

Participants will be divided into teams and Health and Fitness Manager Richie Heap said regular competitive challenges will keep the workouts fresh and challenging.

"The team element definitely adds a competitive edge to any programme and from experience we know we get the best results from people when they not only have their own goals, but a sense of duty to perform well for their team. Revive will provide people with all the support and tools they need to not only enjoy a big difference to their bodies within the 12 weeks, but kick start a permanent change in lifestyle," Richie said.

Participants will not only reap the physical rewards of their efforts but sponsors Sofitel Hotel, Hush Spa and The Shoe Clinic have contributed towards a $1,500 prize package that will go to the individual who achieves the greatest success during the 12 week challenge.

An information night open to anyone interested to hear more about the programme will be held on Wednesday 7 September at 6.30pm upstairs at the Queenstown Events Centre and all attendees will go in the draw to win 50% off the Revive programme. Registrations of interest for the Revive information night can be made at http://www.lakesleisure.co.nz/health-fitness/revive.html or at the Alpine Health & Fitness reception desk.

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