LiveWire Fit to Tackle exercise advisers and mentors organised a fun Halloween bootcamp session at the Halliwell Jones Stadium.
Members of the public and present participants in the Fit to Tackle program donned spooky costumes and were put through their paces in a halloween themed training session entitled the pyramid of Pain. Included in the evenings festivities was the Tunnel of Terror which saw teams of 4 running through a dark corridor with various terrifying characters leaping out from the shadows. A disco provided suitable horror based tunes as the Fit to Tackle participants went through a large range of exhausting but fun circuits. Each visitor payed £3 for the session which will all be put into investing in new equipment to make the already hugely successful program even better.
Paul Corless, Cardiac/Cancer rehabilitation advisor at LiveWire Warrington explained ” The night is a Fit to Tackle fancy dress Halloween bootcamp, all the money we raise will be invested back into equipment for the next course and it is about having fun too”
Now in its 12th intake the Fit to Tackle program is a highly successful weight loss and fitness bootcamp. LiveWire and The Warrington Wolves Foundation joined forces to offer the men and women of Warrington a chance to join the free 12 week beginners fitness and weight loss programme. The programme includes a variety of sessions which run 3 times a week on a Monday and Wednesday evening and Saturday morning from The Halliwell Jones Stadium & Orford Jubilee Park. Sessions include utilising the stadium steps/facilities, circuit training, HIIT training, and touch rugby
Throughout the 12 weeks members also receive healthy lifestyle tips and advice from LiveWire’s trained health and wellbeing advisors.
Full details of the programme are available here
Live feed from YourLiveWire and The Warrington Wolves Foundation Spooky themed #FitToTackle
Posted by Warrington worldwide on Wednesday, October 31, 2018