Fit­ness fairy dust

Boot­camp free for two months

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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.

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TOUGH ENOUGH: King Wil­liam’s Town res­i­dents get ac­tive at the Pink Fairy Multi-Sports Adventure boot­camp

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