Weston sheds most pounds in contest

At Fitness Excellence this spring, weight was shed and inches were lost in the first ever 100 Day Challenge.

At Fitness Excellence this spring, weight was shed and inches were lost in the first ever 100 Day Challenge.

Armed with a personal trainer and a journal, contestants were supported all the way through the 100 days.

Shayna Weston was the biggest winner by losing more than 18 per cent of her body weight. Starting at 144 pounds and 27.2 per cent body fat, Weston dedicated the next 100 days towards her long time goal. In the end she lost an amazing 26 pounds and 16.5 inches. She received seven training sessions with trainer Megan Cofield, and she was made to answer for her eating habits by keeping a journal.

At Fitness Excellence, we make it easy for you to achieve your goals. We offer personal training, sports training, group training, nutrition guidance, tanning and infrared sauna. We also offer an assortment of memberships. If you don’t like long term commitment, try our one, three or six-month term memberships. Or activate a punch card for $60 plus HST.

Classes are included in memberships. Visit www.fitex.ca, Facebook or come in and have a tour.

With the success of the first 100 day challenge, Fitness Excellence is looking at starting a new challenge this fall. Call 250-897-3552.

— Fitness Excellence

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