Fitness fairy dust
Bootcamp free for two months
Pink Fairy Multi-Sport Adventures launched their bootcamp on Tuesday at the BUCO Obstacle Course in King William’s Town in order to help the community to get fitter, stronger and healthier.
The obstacle course was sponsored by BUCO in King William’s Town and built by Dean Dusterhoft for the recently held Adventure Race.
Bootcamp founders Mike and Klara Webb said the sessions were on Tuesdays at 5pm at the Daleview Equestrian Academy and the fee was free of charge for the months of September and October.
“All levels of fitness are welcome and no one gets left behind. We will take them through their paces along various trails and through sections of the BUCO course.”
Mike and Klara are both qualified exercise instructors and avid adventurers with many years of experience.
“We want to get the community out and about in nature and at the same time get healthier and this is a perfect way to do so,” said Mike.
Schools are also encouraged to contact the Webbs to book times to use the equipment and trails during the day at a very nominal fee.
For more information, contact Mike on 084-597-8254, Klara on 076-092-3288 or visit Pink Fairy Multi-Sports Adventures on Facebook.
TOUGH ENOUGH: King William’s Town residents get active at the Pink Fairy Multi-Sports Adventure bootcamp