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Norwich gym to take on charity challenge

AN independent gym in Norwich is gearing up to take on a charity event which will help raise money and improve the fitness of local people.
The Big C’s Challenge 35 will take place at Complete Fitness later this month where owner Simon Hill and lead trainer Charlie Shepherd, backed by gym manager Stuart Horn, will be offering 35 one-to-one training sessions in 35 hours each for a donation that will go straight to help cancer patients and their families through Big C.
Each individual session usually costs £35 and Simon’s team are not only giving up their time, but also their sleep around the clock from 1am on Friday September 9 until midday on Saturday September 10, when to mark the end of the last session the barbecue will be lit in celebration.
During the 35 hours the gym will be open for people to use the equipment as usual and all pay as you go fees will be donated to Big C.
Simon said: “We wanted to officially launch Complete Fitness by making a noise and expose people to the individual style of training we offer here.
“Big C does fantastic work for people with all kinds of cancer in our area and we all know that exercise contributes to good health, resistance to some illness and enables us to cope with stress and difficulties.”

Go backPosted on 7th September 2016