Each year, a whole lot of people take New Year’s resolutions, still, just 8 percent of them become successful with that, stated a new study by University of Scranton on the new year’s resolution. Some top resolutions are fitness and health related. And, as a result, fitness gyms are full of new members as well as people fills the healthy food sections at a shop.
Barber Gym’s Marine Corps Community Services Fitness and Health Promotion team could offer the service you require. The classes and programs offered vary from fitness to exercise courses even to classes on weight control and nutrition.
MCCS Fitness and Health Promotion’s director Veronica Nelson told that most of their programs are available and on-going to all of their members. At times, though they offer people extra incentives to live healthier, like ‘Mission Slimpossible’ program which begins later this month.
Mission Slimpossible, which is an 8 week long challenge to live healthier and lose weight. Teams of 2 can sign up till 24th January. Prizes include t-shirts, Semper Fit lunchboxes and a top prize which has not been announced as of now. Teams could earn all these earlier mentioned prizes by losing weight and with proper work out, and also taking classes on nutrition and healthy eating.
MCCS dietitian Lauren King stated that they offer several different classes on basic nutrition and healthy eating. Teams could attend different classes as well as earn points while learning healthier lifestyles.