Real peo­ple, real re­sults at ProAc­tive Fit­ness 24/7

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Spring Chal­lenge win­ner 62-year-old Lor­raine has gone from strength-to-strength with ProAc­tive Fit­ness 24/7. Lor­raine fol­lowed the nutritional plan (inc recipes), train­ing plan, and per­sonal trained each week to win the 2013 ProAc­tive chal­lenge with a 9.85kg loss in just six weeks. When ProAc­tive Fit­ness re­lo­cated down­town op­po­site the Ware­house in Septem­ber last year, Lor­raine started her jour­ney to fight the back pain she had been deal­ing with for the past 2-3 years. She started with flex­i­bil­ity and strength work un­der the guid­ance of train­ers Rob and Sher. Within 3-4 months she re­duced her pain lev­els from a self-re­ported 8-9 to a 4-5. She did not be­lieve she could ever be pain free but with on­go­ing train­ing, in­cor­po­rat­ing the Fit-Vibe (the only vi­bra­tion train­ing in town) she con­tin­ued to strengthen her body and re­duce her back pain. Now Lor­raine is al­most pain free. She en­joys do­ing her per­son­alised pro­gramme at the club and in­cludes spin classes to in­crease her fit­ness. ‘‘A year ago I could not have imag­ined do­ing a spin class but now I am in there lov­ing ev­ery minute..’’ Lor­raine beams. Rob and Sher en­cour­age Lor­raine to try dif­fer­ent types of train­ing in the club. ‘‘We need to keep our body chal­lenged and work­ing in dif­fer­ent ways. ‘‘Cre­at­ing a bal­anced, strength­ened and flex­i­ble physique pro­vides long-term ben­e­fits and a bet­ter qual­ity of life,’’ per­sonal trainer Rob says. Now a year down the track Lor­raine is con­tin­u­ing with her work­outs with the help of Rob and Sher to achieve her next fit­ness goal to en­sure she has con­tin­ued en­ergy, strength and the best qual­ity of life.

ProAc­tive Spring 2013 chal­lenge win­ner 62-year-old Lor­raine Al­lardyce los­ing 9.85kg in just 6 weeks with the help of train­ers Rob David­son and Sher Ran­dle.

Jes­sica Stani­land Client Sup­port Wakatipu Basin, Ar­row­town, Glenorchy

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