A free fitness program at Stockland’s North Lakes community is paying big dividends for locals who have shed a combined 496 kilograms since classes
Live Life Get Active provides free weekday training sessions in the park plus helpful education on health and nutrition.
The program at North Lakes has been running for more than two years with the latest statistics showing attendees have lost a total of almost half a tonne of weight and an incredible 554cm of waistline.
A total of 665 members are now registered for the Stockland-sponsored sessions which run from Monday to Friday.
David Laner, Regional Manager at Stockland, said the North Lakes program had been a huge success and one of the most popular Live Life Get Active locations for Stockland.
“We are proud to sponsor Live Life Get Active training camps at many Stockland communities around Australia to encourage our residents to be active and healthy, and to also meet new people,” Mr Laner said.
“Congratulations to the North Lakes participants on this outstanding achievement and keep up the good work.”
Live Life Get Active is a private social initiative created to encourage Australians to become fitter, happier and healthier.
Proud ambassador and Olympian and Commonwealth Games champion Jane Flemming said it was fantastic to see the collective weight loss and waistline reduction reported by North Lakes members.
“This is exactly the type of results we established Live Life Get Active to achieve and I would also like to congratulate everyone involved in the North Lakes camps,” she said.
North Lakes classes are held at 9:45am each weekday during school terms and feature boxing, cross training or yoga sessions running for 45 minutes.
Anyone interested in attending can register online at www.livelifegetactive.com and then start booking sessions. Participants also receive a free tailored nutrition plan and can track their progress and monitor weight loss and fitness.
Live Life Get Active is suitable for adults of all ages, body shapes and fitness levels and has a ‘go at your own pace’ philosophy to exercise.