Biggest losers work for city

The Corporate Fit Challenge participants from the City of Courtenay proved that working for the City isn’t their only strength.

The Corporate Fit Challenge participants from the City of Courtenay proved that working for the City isn’t their only strength.

The group of 10 employees (including one spouse) lost a total of 110 pounds and 71 inches with a six-week fitness and nutritional overhaul, led by Island Pilates and Fitness (IPF).

“We are honoured to shape up area businesses,” said Leanne Zdebiak-Eni of IPF. “It’s a win-win situation. The challenge helps reduce health care costs, improves work productivity and creates happier, healthier employees.”

The Corporate Fit Challenge is an internationally recognized wellness program that helps create healthier, happier workplaces by inspiring change in diet and exercise. The initiative is led by certified fitness professionals who provide support and motivation.

Island Pilates and Fitness is enrolling businesses for the New Year season of Corporate Fit Challenges. To secure a space for your business, call 250-703-2673 or e-mail info@islandpilates.ca today.

— Island Pilates and Fitness

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